Our annual mini-golf challenge held September 29th at Pirate's Cove on International Drive enjoyed a great turnout. Just after 5 p.m., players took to the "mini links" with smiles and competitive spirits, which failed to be dampened by the onset of rain. Plowing through puddles, players splashed their way through temporary water hazards, sinking their putts into overflowing cups. A few players sought refuge in the course's man-made cave, while others braved the elements emerging soggy but satisfied at the event pavilion, where free ice cream treats awaited them. Top prizes this year were for lowest score and most holes in one. To view full-size event photos, click here.
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