We should get that chance, as the Foundation purchased the easy-to-store course, planning to do it again. I have few recommendations for the next tournament:
- Heavier blocks need to secure the sideboards so the curves don't come loose and direct balls off course. Books work well.
- Plastic noodles should not be used on sharp curves. The balls roll right over and away they go.
- Carpet around the cups be pressed to eliminate high lips.
Having now played a library course, I think it is probably a better event for larger libraries. I can hardly imagine getting eighteen holes into my smaller library. We might do nine, but that might not be enough. Most mini golf players expect eighteen.