The Masters won't be the only golf game in town during spring break. Mistletoe State Park is holding a Crazy Golf Challenge on Tuesday at 10 a.m.
Brenda Bettross, the program assistant at Mistletoe, is organizing the event. She says the day will include games of ladder golf, disc golf, "qolf" and more.
"Ladder golf is where participants toss golf balls strung together at a ladder to score points," said Bettross. "Bring a wedge club to play 'qolf,' a fun version of golf and croquet."
Admission costs $5 per person or $10 per family. There also is a $3 parking fee.
This is the event's first year, Bettross said.
"We just want families to come out and have a fun time," she said.
There is no limit on the number of participants, and prizes will be awarded.
Prizes include golf balls, golf towels, "qolf" balls, golf tee peg games, visors and Jones Creek golf balls. Other prizes include discount tickets and coupons from Adventure Crossing, Stevie B's Pizza, Putt Putt Golf and Games and Cici's Pizza, and a free disc golf pass at Wildwood Park.
For information, call (706) 541-0321 or visit www.gastateparks.org.
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