pitch and putt


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pitch and putt

n
(Golf) a type of miniature golf in which the holes are usually between 50 to 100 metres in length
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A Paisley golf pro has been backed by one of his peers in a bid to bring back Brodie Park's pitch and putt.
The site, described as an "extensive site primarily used for sport and recreation", was formerly a pitch and putt golf course.
Philip Blakemore dropped his trousers and squatted over a hole on the kids' pitch and putt at Parc Coed Helen in Caernarfon.
Almost 100 people attended the event, with 61 players aged between five and 80 taking part in different competitions on the full course, the new pitch and putt course and the putting area.
A REVIEW of a "pitch and putt" golf course in Penarth is underway following safety concerns raised by a parent.
A NEW golf initiative to give men, women and children a fun, easy and relaxed introduction to the game will start at Southport's famous par-three pitch and putt course on the seafront next week.
The even shorter Pitch and Putt courses usually have 9 or 18 holes less than 100 yards in length.
The city is also looking at reinstating pitch and putt courses and introducing adventure golf in parks to lure more youngsters and families into the sport.
Councillors are also looking at reinstating pitch and putt courses in the inner-city areas, including one at Stechford Hall, if funding becomes available.
One has a pitch and putt golf course and another a swimming pool.