How to choose a miniature golf course for your home
This week on The Washington Post’s golfing guide, we’ll look at the best miniature courses to get your golf game rolling this weekend at home.
But before you start thinking about the next hole, there’s one last thing you need to do: take a look at this map of golf courses in the county.
It’s a nice, easy-to-use tool for those who don’t want to travel to one of the county’s numerous miniature golf courses, which is where the fun begins.
The map is organized by county, with the red dot marking the county line and the blue dot the golf course line.
The county lines are drawn to give a sense of distance, with some small golf courses having just two holes each, while others have three, four, or five holes on the course.
There are also some smaller holes that are not part of the golf map, like a small hole that is a short drive to the golf courses edge.
And for the most part, the county golf maps are very similar, though some are a bit better than others.
The maps are available for download from the county website.
The red dots are the county lines.
The blue dots are miniature golf course lines.
Click the links to download the maps for your county.
Here are some highlights from the maps: PNC course at Middletown (5 holes) is the smallest golf course in the Pinnacles.
It is in the northwest part of Orange County, about a 45-minute drive away from the PNC golf course.
The course is about 2,000-acre, so it’s a bit small compared to the more sprawling PNC-owned miniature golfers.
The courses greens are grass, but they’re mostly gravel and are very shallow.
PNC offers two courses on its golf course at Davenport, and its course at Pine Grove is a smaller, one-hole miniature golfing course that is open to golfers who want to get their golf game started at home on their own.
But Pine Grove isn’t as popular, and so Pine Grove Golf Course is the better choice for those looking to play golf from a distance.
PGA course at St. Augustine (3 holes) has been in operation for over 50 years, and is located in the southern part of Southern California.
The golf course is located on the north side of the city, so that it is easy to find if you want to hit a little distance from your house.
The PGA is located near St. Petersburg, so you won’t need to drive all the way to the city for a good shot.
But you will need to make the trip to St. Pete if you plan on visiting from a golf course near the airport.
Pinnacle Golf Course at Palm Springs (4 holes) in Palm Springs is one of only two golf courses open to the public in the region.
The other is the $4.5 million Pinnacle National Golf Course, which sits on the southern edge of Palm Springs.
The four-hole course, which opened in 2007, is open from dawn to dusk from June through September.
The first hole is open for golfers to play during the day, but it closes at night and opens again at 8 p.m.
The second hole, which also offers a bit of a drive, is also open to play from dawn until dusk from May through September, so there’s no rush to get out to the course and start playing.
And, if you like the idea of playing from the comfort of your own home, you can also visit the Pinnacle on a golf cart, which has its own private area and plenty of seating for about 15 to 20 people.
It offers a view of the sunsets from its patio.
Golf courses and miniature golf holes are generally in the most northern part of a county.
The bigger, more sprawling miniature golf sites, like the PGA and Pine Grove, are located in counties along the coast.
There is a great deal of overlap between golf courses and miniature holes in Orange, Riverside, Ventura, and San Bernardino counties.
But Pinnaps and miniatures are in some cases the most geographically diverse.
There’s plenty of variety in terms of the distance golfers need to travel from one golf course to another.
So even if you aren’t in the area for a weekend of golfing, you should visit a PGA or miniature hole to get some good distance from the rest of the country.
Pinnapackas miniature course in Orange (3.5 holes), a popular miniature golf hole in the Orange County area.
Pannapacka miniature golf facility in San Bernardino (2.5 courses) is in Riverside County, which borders the county that includes Orange and San Bernadino counties.
The smaller Pannacka Golf Course (4.25 holes) at Palm Canyon is in Yolo County, in the San