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July 15, 2009

Desktop Miniature Golf


Ok, I know there some of you who work in places where you can't check in here whenever you're bored or otherwise engaged in doing something close 2 nothing (but different than the day before).

For you, there's this nifty stealth miniature golf set that looks to anyone passing by like a book about miniature golf.

Only you will know that it's much more than that.

From the website:


The Miniature Book of Miniature Golf

A nine hole golf course right on your desk or table top.

True to the best miniature golf courses, each hole has a silly theme and tricky traps, but with a little practice you'll wield that 2.5" putter and play through like a master.

Great detail: sink a ball and it's teed up and waiting on the next page.

Includes two balls.




July 15, 2009 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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