Grand Country Resort Farm Mini Golf (Pig Course) – Hole 3: Presented by Endorsed by Lomma Championship Miniature Golf Courses

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Grand Country Resort Farm Mini Golf (Pig Course) – Hole 3

Branson, Missouri

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The Grand Country Resort has 5 courses. Two courses are ADA compliant and three courses which are not.

This is the third hole of the Pig course at the Grand Country Resort Farm Mini Golf. Hole 3 is a great concept that fell a little flat on execution. In theory it’s a great concept of hitting up the ramp on the left for a skillshot but neither actually make it to their respective holes and honestly why bother when the easy shot is to just go to the hole. I would have blocked the path to the right with a difficult obstacle that was possible but challenging thus forcing a play on the ramp. The ramp should also have a gutter to collect any shot and send it out away from either cup.

Mister Mini Golf Pro Tips

Play the tee as far to the right as comfortable playing as you will then have the stone as a backboard should you need it.

ADA Accessibility Notes: Grand Country Resort has five mini golf courses two that are ADA compliant and three that are not.

For more details on course accessibility, always check in with a course you are visiting as they may be able to do additional accommodations. In addition, a great resource is the ADA Checklist for Miniature Golf Courses.

Check out the prior hole here:

Grand Country Resort Farm Mini Golf Pigs Course – Hole 2

The Grand Country Resort Page is located here:

Grand Country Resort

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