Everyone in my family except me likes playing miniature golf. I get bored quickly, and I prefer taking photos of the colorful little balls.
True confession – these photos were taken last spring, on two different occasions. It’s still too hot to do much outside other than swim in the pool. By the time it’s cool enough for me to spend lots of time outdoors, Robin will have closed up Summer Stock for the season.
9 thoughts on “Miniature Golf Balls”
What colorful balls! I had only seen white and yellow ones before. I suppose it means everyone gets a different ball.
I suppose you would find the variety of mini golf courses fascinating as well. Outside Boston there is one that was rather patriotic and full of Boston architecture. In the Lake George area there was one that was all about pirates.
These two, one at Colonial Park and one at Asbury Park Beach, were rather plain in comparison.
I love your shots of the colorful balls. I actually like miniature golf. I think I liked it more than my daughter.
What wonderful textures and contrasts of color.
we get the benefit when you don’t like to play mini golf!
Love the first pic, it’s perfect Summer Stock.
So, was the first shot from Asbury Park and the second from Colonial Park? We love miniature golf and recently went to the Asbury Park course. Have you been to the course (Point Pleasant?) that is on a rooftop overlooking the ocean?
Yes, you got it right! I’ve seen the course at Point Pleasant, but we used to go there for the kiddie rides, before my kids were all old enough to play mini-golf. Actually, my husband and boys tended to get totally distracted by the arcade at Point Pleasant.
That’s funny. My family heads straight for the miniature golf course wherever we go!
Very colorful golf balls. I wonder how a purple color ball will look on the green?