NZ Mini Golf Open 2021

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2021 Open Poster

We are proud to announce the 5th Annual New Zealand Mini Golf Open taking place this November 2021 at Enchanted Forest Mini Golf in Onehunga, Auckland!

New Zealand Mini Golf Open

Amateur Men & Women divisions - 3 rounds of 18-hole stroke play.  Lowest total score wins.

Youth division - 2 rounds of 18-hole stroke play. Lowest total score wins.

Pro division - 8 rounds of 18-hole stroke play.  Lowest total score wins.

as well as Adult & Youth Teams (based on combined Youth and Amateur scores)

Schedule

Saturday 20th November

  • 10:00am Player Check-In Opens & Practice
  • 10:20am Player Briefing
  • 10:30am NZ Open General Womens, Mens and Youth Tee-Off
  • 1:00pm NZ Open General Division Prizegiving
  • 2:30pm Pro Division Tee-Off

Sunday 21st November

  • 9:00am NZ Open Practice
  • 9:15am NZ Open Pro 6th Round Tee-Off
  • Re-seed Prior to Final (8th) Round
  • 12:00pm Prizegiving

Venue

Enchanted Forest Onehunga is a local favourite for Auckland players and is one of the city's top mini golf courses.

A map of the 18-hole course is available here

 

Before the Event

Practice is welcome before tee-off.

The practice fee for registered competitors is to be confirmed shortly.

 

Key Rules

  1. You are welcome to bring your own golf putter or simply use one from the course
  2. Only genuine golf balls or European mini golf balls are permitted
  3. Hit within the marked tee-off area at the start of each hole
  4. Maximum strokes per hole is 7
  5. If a ball exits the lane, it can be placed at the point of exit without a penalty stroke
  6. The ball may be moved one official score-card length away from the edge
  7. Don't be a dick

Players should read through the more detailed rules at https://nzminigolf.com/rulebook

Course-Specific Rules

  • Hole 3 has a swinging log that will be tied back to remove the obstacle from play
  • Hole 12 has two holes - both are valid

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The NZ Open will take place at COVID-19 alert level 1.  Our top priority is everyone's health and safety so if any part of New Zealand is above alert level 1, we will review how practical and safe it is for the competition to proceed.  In the event the NZ Open must be cancelled, a full refund will be provided.  Unfortunately we cannot invite international players due to the restrictions on travel into New Zealand.