15th Annual Milwaukee Summer Putt Putt League

Hey Milwaukee!

Looking for something fun to do this summer?

It is time to sign up for the 15th Annual Milwaukee Summer Putt Putt League.

Started by the Midwestern Unconventional Sports Association 15 years ago, the Milwaukee Summer Putt Putt League brings out a crowd of Mini Golfers for an 8 week sprint of players putting their best for the prize of Tour Champion!

It is a lot of fun and a great way to meet new people! Last year was mine and Missus Mini Golf’s first year with the league. I tied for first place as co-champion and Missus Mini Golf topped the leaderboard for the women.

This year, it could be you!

I’ll be your tour host as we travel to different courses each Monday night. All you have to do is turn in your scorecard to me when you finish your round. I will then upload your score to the league scoreboard.

On a side note, if you can’t make a Monday, you can always make it up during the week and send me pictures of your scorecard.

Hole-in-ones are rewarded with lottery scratchers and there are weekly prizes for the course winner.

The registration fee is $20 (this helps cover prizes and end-of-season pizza party) and each player will pay the green fee upon arrival to the course. (Many courses offer discounted rates for the league) Must be 18 years old or older to participate.

Additional details for the league will be posted on the league web page here and questions can come my way as well.

Get registered today as registration will only be open until June 18th!


See you on the green! ⛳️

Mister Mini Golf 😁

3 thoughts on “15th Annual Milwaukee Summer Putt Putt League

    1. Hi Christian…we are looking for someone to run the league as I will be running the newest thing in Mini Golf entertainment, Jack-Putt. I’ll keep you posted on the league. Thanks for reaching out.

  1. Dang it. I finally planned to join something and its over. That’s funny and rather typical. – CV

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