The set is built on a 32×32 base plate and showcases three playable mini golf holes, with three minifigures included for builders to choose from. It’s the right size for both minifigures and humans to tee off from, with moving obstacles to make things harder.
The first hole is par one, a simple shot straight up the hill to get people used to playing on a miniature course. The next two holes get more complex as it rises to par two, with water hazards, a moving staircase, and a windmill to get past.
Each hole has a mechanism that allows you to control your minifigure’s swing with a handle on the side. Once finished, you can ride back home on a brick-built golf buggy.
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