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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2016

 

Minigolf
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Minigolf
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Minigolf
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Minigolf

39, JingCheng 16th St, B1, West Dist
停業 Closed

Taichung residents young and old finally have the chance to enjoy minigolf, thanks to this 600-square-meter, 18-hole course, designed, opened and managed by Frenchman Alexandre Ducrocq. Located in a spacious basement just off GongYi Road near the ZhongMing South Road intersection, this science fiction-themed venue, including psychedelic-looking wall murals, is highlighted in florescent colors, glowing under black light. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Anna Yang

A. Individuals and groups from age 5 and up follow competition rules to play through the 18 holes (usually taking about an hour), each designed with varying levels of difficulty and a specific par. A point is added for each stroke it takes to sink the ball, with the lowest overall score winning.

B. The cost is NT$200/person (groups of 6 people can play for the price of 5). Each player gets a scorecard and florescent-colored ball and putter.

C. Each hole has its own sci-fi inspired name, such as "Asteroid Field", "Superman" and "Stargate".

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