Indoor Miniature Golf Activity
For each team:
- empty toilet paper roll
- 3 foot wooden dowel
- ping pong ball
- paper plate with a Number written on the bottom and a 3 inch hole cut out
- blank index card for score card
Scotch tape and markers for all
Great for a winter, rainy-day meeting.
This activity has 3 parts - build your equipment, design your golf hole, and play the game.
Each team is given their toilet paper roll, wooden dowel, ping pong ball, and paper plate.
They should create a golf club from the dowel and toilet paper roll by cutting two holes in the roll and taping it to the dowel.
They should customize their golf ball with markers.
Each team is given one section of the play area. They are responsible for creating a golf hole in their area. The paper plate should be set upside down - this is the golf hole. The tee-off location needs to be defined and obstacles placed strategically to make the hole challenging.
Once the golf course is complete, each team starts at any open hole. You can have one member of a team take all the shots at a hole and then another member do the next hole. Or, have each member take one shot and then passs the club to the next member. Teams track their score on each hole and move on to the next hole.
When all teams have played all holes, the winning team can be determined from all score cards.
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