Here you can find out more about the size and the different types of our AdventureGolf courses, about its history, sponsoring and possibilities for funding, as well as about cost-effectiveness and revenue of AdventureGolf courses.
Adventuregolfparks is the game of miniature golf that comes closest to the “real golf”. It is played on artificial grass courses and the Swiss Golf Association’s body of rules is the basis for the use of rules, even though they’re being applied in a simplified and comprehensible fashion. The courses are mostly between 8 and 50 meters in length and equipped with strong terrain deformations. Reading these deformations properly and choosing the right length to play the ball is the difficulty in this game.
Our Adventuregolfparks courses are based on big golf courses and are realized on a scale of 1:10. Consequently, the courses have a length of 8 to 50 meters. For a full-fledged 18-hole Adventuregolfparks course, it is sensible to dispose of an area of at least 1.500m2 to 5.000m2, or more if desired. Accordingly, an area of about 800 to 2000m2 is required for a 12-hole course, and an area of about 700 to 1200m2 for a 9-hole course. Visual thinking and the necessary creativity are what make the game alluring. The courses are bordered with a higher lawn on the sides, called ruff. If the ball leaves the course, it will be slowed down in the ruff and has to be played back onto the course. The courses should be played with 3 to 5 strokes. Standard miniature golf clubs or golf putters and normal golf balls are used. The goal is a hole-cup with measurements identical to those of big golf. The obstacles consist of sand bunkers, water hazards and big boulders. However, other obstacles can be integrated into the courses as well. There are no limitations to your inventiveness.