In their own way, a lot of miniature golf courses—with their twisting layouts, devious obstacles, and over-the-top designs—can be considered art. Even if their sole purpose is to encourage tourists to pay to knock a ball around. But this spring the Walker Art Center and the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden decided to…
Take one pink golf ball, one water fountain for it to float atop, one putter to strike it with, and one person to do said striking, and what do you have? You have the greatest putt-putt shot of all time.
Attention Putt-Putt Tycoons: now is your chance to leave your mark. The folks who turn scary, ghost-filled Governor's Island in New York Harbor into a summertime funzone want you to design their minigolf course.