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  1. 1. Mini Golf Research Rachael Swenson, Nick Elmore
  2. 2. Current Viable Solutions (Obstacles) I like the idea of a hill that you have to hit the ball so it goes up and down. freegameaccess.com This one has many different kinds of hills and jumps that we could incorporate for our designsrobingames.com I like this loop, because it’s practical because the ball won’t just fall when it get to the top. games.multimedia.cx All of the obstacles are very exciting, because of their originality. I especially like the windmill and moving ramp. otherlandtoys.co.uk
  3. 3. I like the idea of a jump that could have to go to another platform. lisisoft.com I like the swirly hole. It is an uncommon design that is slightly difficult to get past. technabob.com Current Viable Solutions (Putters)I like all of the bright colors. Theyare visually appealing and make theproduct appear more exciting http://www.promotionalpromo.com /keywords/r/rubber-head-putters- 3843229--junior/ These putters have more geometry and look more interesting.http://thettablog.blogspot.com/2009/05/ttab-finds-design-of-moi-putter-head.html This one is ambidextrous and it also had a center line allowing the person who is putting to see if they’re lining the shot up correctly. trademe.co.nz
  4. 4. CalculationsShaft/Lie Angle  Shaft is the angle of the shaft as measured from horizontal.  USGA Rules require putters to have a maximum 80-degree lie angle.  In a forum many golfers said they used a 68 degree lie angle Shaft/Lie AngleStandard Hole Size 4.25 inchesStandard Loft Angles  3°  4° Loft Angle  2.5°  3°  4°  2.5°  2.5°  3.5°  Average Loft Angle = 3.125 Angle of the front of the Vertical line putter
  5. 5. Putter/Obstacle MaterialsMaterials  Composite Materials  Titanium Alloys  Tungsten  Mild Steels and Stainless Steels
  6. 6. BibliographyC a nuck, T . (2010, Ma r ch 21). Put t er l i e angl e . R et r i eved fr omht t p :/ / w w w. g o lf wr x . c o m/ f or u ms / t op ic/ 3 5 5 8 6 2 -p u t t er - l i e-a n g l e/K el l ey, B. (2011). A do i t yoursel f approach t o put t er fi t t i ng . R et r ievedfr o m ht t p :/ / g o lf. a b ou t . c o m/ o d/ eq u ip m en t / a / di yp u t t er fit t i n. ht mL i s i o f t. (2 0 1 1 ). R et r i ev ed fr o m ht t p :/ / l i s is oft . c o m/M i k e, M . ( 2 0 1 0 , D e c e m b er 3 1 ) . G a m i n g p a t h o l o g y . R et r i e v e d f r o mhttp :// ga mes. mu lt imedia . cx/Other land . (2010). R etr ieved fr om ot her la ndtoys. c o. u kRubber head put t ers . (2010). R et r i eved fr omht t p:/ / www. pr omot i ona lpr omo. c om/ k eywor ds/ r / r ubber - hea d -put t er s -3843229--ju nior/T e c h n a b o b . ( n . d . ) . R et r i e v e d f r o m h t t p : / / t ec h n a b o b . c o m /W a d d e l l , J . ( 2 0 0 7 , M a r c h 2 6 ) . P u t t e r l o f t : wh y i s i t i m p o r t a n t . R et r i e v e d f r o mh t t p : / / t h e s a n d t r a p . c o m / b / b a g _ d r o p / p u t t er _ l o f t _ w h y _ i t s _ i m p o r t a n tW h a t i s a r e g u l a t i o n s i z e g o l f h o l e . ( 2 0 1 1 , J a n u a r y 1 3 ) . R et r i e v e d f r o mhttp :// www. c ha c ha .c om/ qu est ion/ wha t - is- a -r egu la tion -s iz e- golf - holeW elc h, J. L. (2009, Ma y 6). T t ab. R et r i eved fr omht t p:/ / t het t a bl og. bl ogsp ot . c om/ 2009/ 05/ t t a b -fi nds - des i gn- of- moi -put t er -hea d. ht ml

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