Regular golf, to me, is slightly less boring than watching the grass grow. There is a reason if you spell it backward it is “flog”…because I am fairly certain I would choose a flogging over having to watch (or play) golf. Miniature golf, on the other hand, I actually kinda like. For one, it doesn’t take forever and a day to get through the course. For two, the obstacles can be fun, and even if you’re not playing you can get into someone else trying to beat them. Why not take some time today to play a game? Besides, it’ll take your mind off the debacle that is the latest “improvement” to Facebook.

Miniature Golf Day
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