|1||Get an autograph of a competition miniature golfer. The autograph must be addressed to you and indicate that it is for the #PKSH2.||20||
|2||Complete Practice Activity #1 of the Putter King Miniature Golf Math Lesson Level 3.||20||30 bonus points if you also complete the Final Project for Putter King Math Level 3.|
|3||Photo competition - submit your most artistic / creative miniature golf photo.||5||50 bonus points available depending on the quality, artistic style, and creativity of the photo.|
|4||Picture of the Putter King wobblehead next to 8 different colored golf balls.||15||40 bonus points if you also take a picture of the Putter King wobblehead next to 8 different European competition style miniature golf balls (smooth surface balls).|
|5||Video of yourself scoring a hole-in-one on the Ninja Hole in Putter King Adventure Golf (you must be visible in the video).||25||20 bonus points if you film yourself getting an eagle on the Grand Canyon Hole in Putter King Adventure Golf.|
|6||Set up a miniature golf hole in an office or school and film yourself playing the hole.||40||
|7||Video of yourself making an opposite hand hole-in-one.||35||90 bonus points if you are also blind-folded.|
|8||Picture of completed scorecards from 5 different miniature golf courses. Each round of golf must have taken place after the start of this scavenger hunt.||35||None available.|
|9||Submit a picture of yourself next to a unique miniature golf obstacle.||15||40 available bonus points depending on how unique the obstacle is.|
|10||Video of yourself convincing a miniature golf course owner to give you a free game pass.||35||
|11||“Speed golf”: Video of yourself finishing 5 miniature golf holes in under 40 seconds. The video must be one continuous shot with no editing.||40||
|12||“Longest putt competition”: Video of yourself making a long putt (you must be able to measure and report the distance of your putt).||See list to right.||
|13||Picture of yourself playing all 4 different types of miniature golf courses: beton or concrete, eternite, felt, MOS (minigolf open system).||35||40 bonus points if you are wearing the Putter King t-shirt in each picture.|
|14||Video of yourself making a one-handed hole-in-one on a windmill hole.||105||None available.|
|15||Consecutive hole-in-one challenge: Video of yourself making as many consecutive hole-in-ones as possible. The video must be one continuous shot with no editing.||95||
*Course must be of the like that it could potentially host a competitive miniature golf tournament (i.e. no home-made courses, portable courses, etc.) If in doubt, please inquire with us.
|16||Create a Rube Goldberg inspired miniature golf hole.||50||250 available bonus points depending on the complexity and creativity of the hole.|
|17||Video of yourself playing on a hole with each obstacle in our list of the Top 10 Nostalgic Miniature Golf Obstacles.||240||
|18||Video of yourself making a “Rapid-fire shot”.
Rules: you must putt in a rapid-fire manner, each subsequent shot must be
hit before the previous ball goes in and each ball must be a hole-in-one.
You can use a helper to clear the balls from the hole.
You can also use a helper to set the ball on the tee.
You must make 4 consecutive shots.
|85||100 bonus points if you make 10 consecutive rapid-fire hole-in-one shots.|
|19||Get your local TV station to do a segment on miniature golf (you must be interviewed for or appear in the segment).||350||200 bonus points if it is a national station.|
|20||Video of yourself successfully making a trick miniature golf shot.||40||200 available bonus points depending on the difficulty and complexity of the shot.|