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Here is a collection of our top mini putt games for you to play. These include the famous Cave Golf, the extremely addictive Minigolf Kingdom, the ultra fun Mini Putt Garden and 1 more! Mini Putt is a free online browser game that you can play at, belongs in the sports games category, added on the 9 Jan 2007 and played 3.17k times. This game has been viewed by generally 3.17k people with an average user rated score of 2/5 from 1.

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Backyard Mini Golf is a light-hearted yet challenging, online, multiplayer putt-putt golf simulation game for 1 to 4 players. Play 9 or 18 tricky crazy golf holes and try to get the ball into the cup in as few shots as possible. However, you have to contend with an array of quirky, backyard-themed hazards and obstacles such as hose pipes, rakes, sand traps, raccoons, and more!

Reasons to play this fun, mini golf game: As well as being an addicting golf-based online activity, this game also plays as a physics-based, interactive puzzle where you must decide on the best angle and power of each shot. Play as a solo golfer, or take on a group of your best friends or family members – Up to 4 players can play at the same time on the same computer some some crazy golfing fun!

Strategy and skills required: Just as with golf putting in real life, you must focus hard and keep a really, cool head at all times down on the course. Be smart and calculated in your strokes. Wild, dramatic swings very rarely work out in your favor. Use some creative thinking and sharp analytical thinking skills to figure out a good way to avoid hazards, and get the ball towards and into the hole. Be patient also! Try to carefully guide the ball in the direction of the hole if you obviously cannot make it in one shot. Also, if playing in Multiplayer Mode, carefully concentrate on and try to learn from your opponents' shots and mistakes! Learning from the errors of others is one of the smartest routes to success in any field!

How to Play: A Flash-based, multiplayer, mini-golf game of skill for notebook, laptop and desktop PC / Mac (with certain browsers). When the game loads, click on the number of players to play (1, 2, 3 or 4). Next, type in the names of each player and choose which color ball they will use. Then, choose whether to play the Front 9 holes, Back 9 holes, or all 18. When you are happy to start the action, click on the blue ‘Play’ button in the bottom right corner.

Each hole has a ‘Par’ score (indicated on the left hand side of the play area). Try to get your ball into the hole in as few shots as possible. There are three different starting locations for your ball at the beginning of each hole. Move the ball with your mouse cursor, and Left Click to place it in your chosen location. To take a shot, Click and Drag your mouse to adjust the power and angle of your shot (a putter and target marker icon appear). Then, release the click to execute the shot.

In Multiplayer Mode, each player completes the hole before the next player shoots. The player with the lowest score after all holes are completed is the winner. You can control the music and commentary (on / off) by clicking the icons in the bottom left corner of the play area. Happy playing against your own best score or your friends and family!

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Place your golf ball in the most convenient spot on the dark green mat at the begining of each hole. Click to drop the ball and move the mouse away from the direction you wish to shoot; a yellow line will show the direction and power of the shot. Click to shoot the golf ball.

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Golf is a outdoor game where each player plays his own small ball into a hole using various clubs, or, as defined in the Rules of Golf: 'The Game of Golf consists in playing a ball from the teeing ground into the hole by a stroke or successive strokes in accordance with the Rules.'

Elements of a golf course
Golf is played by holes. It should be noted that 'hole' can mean either the actual hole in the ground into which the ball is played, or the whole area from the teeing ground (an area of specially prepared grass from where a ball is first hit) to the putting green (the area around the actual hole in the ground). Most golf courses consist of 9 or 18 holes. (The '19th hole' is the colloquial term for the bar at a club house) For the shortest holes a good player requires only one stroke to hit the ball to the green. On longer holes the green is too far away to reach it with the first stroke, so that one or more strokes are played from the fairway (where the grass is cut so low that most balls can be easily played) or from the rough (uncut grass or ground not prepared at all).

Many holes include hazards, namely bunkers (or sand traps), from which the ball is more difficult to play than from grass, and water hazards (lakes, ponds, rivers, etc). Special rules apply to playing balls that come to rest in a hazard which make it highly undesirable to play a ball into one. For example, a player must not touch the ground in a hazard with a club prior to playing a ball, not even for a practice swing. A ball in a water hazard may be played as it lies or may be replaced by dropping another ball outside the water, but a penalty is incurred in the latter case.

The grass of the putting green is cut very short so that a ball can roll over distances of several meters, and 'to putt' indeed means to play a stroke on the green where the ball does not leave the ground. The hole must have a diameter of 4 1/4 inches (108 mm) and a depth of at least 4 inches (101.6 mm). Its position on the green is not static and may be changed from day to day. This hole on the green has a flag on a pole positioned in it so that it may be seen from some distance (but not necessarily from the tee). It is also termed 'the pin' and a hole is measured from the tee to the pin, usually in yards.

The borders of a course are marked as such, and beyond them is out of bounds, that is, ground from which a ball must not be played. Special rules apply to certain man-made things on the course (obstructions) and to ground in abnormal condition.

Every hole is classified by its par. The par of a hole is defined by the distance from tee to green. Typical values for a par three hole range from 130 to 230 yards (120-210 m), a par four hole from 300 to 475 yards (275-435 m), and a par five hole from 450 to 600 yards (410-550 m). Par is also the theoretical number of strokes that an expert golfer should require for playing the ball into any given hole. The expert golfer is expected to reach the green in two strokes under par (in regulation) and then use two putts to get the ball into the hole. Many 18-hole courses have approximately four par-three, ten par-four, and four par-five holes. The total par of an 18-hole course is usually around 72.

At most golf courses there are additional facilities that are not part of the course itself. Often there is a practice range, usually with practice greens, bunkers, and a driving area (where long shots can be practiced). There may even be a practice course (which is often easier to play or shorter than other golf courses). A golf school is often associated to a course or club.

Play of the game
Every game of golf is based on playing a number of holes in a given order. A round typically consists of 18 holes that are played in the order determined by the course layout. On a nine-hole course, a standard round consists of two successive nine-hole rounds.

Players usually walk (or sometimes drive) over the course in groups of two, three, or four, sometimes accompanied by caddies who carry the players' equipment and assist in playing. Each player has to play one ball from the tee to the hole. Once every player has brought a ball into play, it is always he or she whose ball is the farthest from the hole who is to play next. When all players of a group have completed the hole, that player who scored best on that hole has the honor, i.e. the right and duty to tee off first on the next.

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Each player acts as marker for one other player in the group, that is, he or she records the score on a score card. In stroke play (see below), the score consists of the number of strokes played plus any penalty strokes incurred.

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The two basic forms of playing golf are match play and stroke play. In match play, two golfers (or two teams) play every hole as a separate contest against each other. The party with the lower score wins that hole, or if the scores of both players or teams are equal the hole is 'halved' (drawn). The game is won by that party that wins more holes than the other. In stroke play, every player (or team) counts the total number of strokes for a set number of holes and the party with the lower total score wins. There are many variations of these basic principles, some of which are explicitly described in the 'Rules of Golf' and are therefore regarded 'official'.

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