LEGO Ideas: Working Mini Golf Course Achieves 10k Supporters

One of the latest LEGO Ideas projects to reach 10k supporters on the platform is Working Mini Golf Course by user LEGOParadise. It is the 12th project to join the Second Stage 2021 Review Phase.


This latest project joins: Imperial Island Fort, Movie Set, and Lifeguard’s Shack, A-FRAME CABIN, Space Balls, The Costume Store, BTS "DYNAMITE", BOSTON DYNAMICS SPOT 1:4 SCALE MOTORIZED MODEL, Medieval Tavern, The Tavern Under the Snow, and Women of Computing, as the latest projects to reach the Second Stage 2021 Review Phase.


From the project creator:


Challenge your friends to a fun tabletop golf tournament with this fully playable Mini Golf Course!

Pitch, putt & swing your way through 3 unique holes featuring a variety of landscapes and moving obstacles: Hole #1: Get started with a simple angled shot and watch as your ball bounces off the edges in a zig zag pattern!

Hole #2: Practice your precision as you hit your ball up a ramp across a narrow wooden bridge. Best to avoid the water hazards!

Hole #3: The ultimate test of your golf skills! Climb the moving staircase and then dodge the spinning blades of a miniature windmill!


Just choose your minifigure, place it down on the green, and you're ready to start swinging! Each location includes a built-in mechanism that allows you to easily control your minifigure by turning a handle on the side.

As soon as you score, your golf ball automatically rolls along into a convenient collection tray so it's much easier to grab.

Then once you're ready, you can pack up everything into an awesome golf buggy to drive around to the next area!

All of this is built into a 32x32 stud landscape including colorful flowers, a tiny waterfall, rocky hills and a winding path which connects everything together. It's the perfect size for both humans and minifigures to interact with, and the detailed design combined with the functional play features would make it a really unique LEGO set that is fun for all ages!

Thank you and I appreciate your support!


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