You've seen Mini-Golf Systems before, so you
may ask what's so special about this one?
Well this fully portable, nine (or 18) hole
mini-golf system is made up of individual rugged panels which are made of a composite from recycled
plastic. Each panel measures approximately 24" X 24" and weighs around 7lbs. per panel. The
perimeter panels have a 3" deep edge so that the ball stays in play.
The underside of the tile / panels showing
the "floating" cup and the underside reinforcing grid pattern
The Mini-Links jr.® miniature courses are
extremely durable, weather resistant, UV protected and colour safe.
One of the unique features of the Mini-links
jr.® is that because the greens are made up of connected tiles, each green conforms to what ever
surface it is placed on. The green follows the lay of the land and so a perfectly flat surface is
not required, and because of this flexibility the greens look and feel more natural just like a
real golf course. This is one reason why our mini-golf system is ideal for
permanently landscaping into an area.
NOTE: In order that we do not waste your valuable
time, or ours please be advised that our mini-golf systems can be quite extensive, from basic 9
hole, to 18 hole indoor "black Light" systems. Therefore, the mini-golf systems vary in price from
over eight thousand dollars to over one hundred thousand dollars. Only genuinely interested parties
should inquire for further information.
Set up is a
Step 1 Unpack the Tiles
Mini-Links jr.® system is perfect for both indoor as well as outdoor applications, and in
fact the 9 or 18 hole system is perfectly suited for permanent installation where by the whole
system is landscaped in to look natural. The patented floating cup ensures that the laser
cut turf always fits properly around the hole, guaranteeing a true roll. you can change the play
simply by repositioning the contour mats.
Did we mention how easy set up is?
Step 2 Assemble the green 05:00 minutes just like a giant Jig-Saw
The Mini-Links jr.® Greens are made tough enough for
the amusement industry, and for portability where required.
Anyone can do
Step 3 Place the Cups
Unlike most "wood" mini-golf systems
The Mini-Links jr.® will not rot, and you won't have to paint, stain
or add preservative each year as you do with wood systems.
could be simpler?
Step 4 Roll out the green
The Ultra Turf Club
Indoor-Outdoor putting carpet
Step 5 start earning money
What about Earnings?
takes about 15 minutes from opening the box to making your first putt!
that you have everything set up how much money can you make? Well now, that depends entirely
upon you. Firstly it goes without saying that you should set up your Mini-Links jr.® in a high traffic area such as a mall, festival, fair,
tourist attraction, air show, race course, hotel, theme park etc.
Next you need to decide how much to charge.
The average charge is $3.00 per player but that depends on you, the location you decide on,
and the amount of traffic. You can have two people play a round of mini-golf, or you could have
teams of four or more players teeing off against each other. Just use simple estimates like these
examples below which are based on $3.00 per player charge, and working only 10 days per
We make no express or implied guarantees as to
incomes you will earn. Incomes will vary per individual based on a number of
players per day = $300 10 days per month = $3000.00
players per day = $600 10 days per month = $6000.00 mth.
players per day = $150 10 days per month = $7500.00 mth.
The above examples show how
annual incomes could range from 36 to 90 thousand dollars per year assuming you can work year
round. In any event even if you were to be conservative and cut the figures in half they are
still not to shabby!
you work more than 10 days then those amounts of course will be higher. Do your homework and
compare what income you can generate per month against the cost. In the first example above you
could get a return on your investment in approximately 34 days!
Imagine having a system like this in a busy mall at Christmas where dad and the
kids can spend some putting time while Mom shops til she drops.
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How sturdy is The Mini-Links jr.® well here is what one of our clients from Northern British
Columbia had to say in an email!
Hi Terry I just wanted to let you know that my golf
course is all set up for another season! We had record snowfall this year, over 33 feet of fallen
snow, heavy snow at that! I left the black bases out all winter and I am pleased to say they
survived the weight of the snow. I know that on your website there is a picture of a hummer on top
of them but just incase you will be selling to any more "northern" customers, snow pack is not an
Try doing this on one of those wooden putting greens
Then contact us for a new replacement!
A typical layout of
The Mini-Links jr.®
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