Cabin fever cure: Mini golf at home

If you build it, they will stay

The home of the world’s longest mini golf hole (and also the world’s shortest, easiest and hardest) is in the same situation as every other business in the state – which is to say, it’s temporarily closed. But that doesn’t mean mini golf can’t happen.

Chuckster’s Family Fun Parks has a challenge for you: Build your own indoor miniature golf course – and win.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Use whatever materials you have to be creative and build your own indoor miniature golf course.
  2. Send Chuckster’s photos of your best holes or post them on the Chuckster’s Facebook page.
  3. Win. The best will win a gift certificate for use when the season resumes.

Here’s a great detail – if you don’t have a putter or golf balls, email Chuckster’s and they’ll leave some by their gate in Chichester (9 Bailey Road) that you can take and keep.


Gear up, get creative, and win a round at one of the most extensive mini golf courses anywhere.

Here’s a look at hole 13 – the world’s longest mini golf hole.

As mini golf aficionados will tell you, Chuckster’s is the real deal. Here’s a flyover of the Hooksett location:

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