Saturday, March 3, 2007
Hole Design by Dayton Castleman
This hole consists of a ramp leading up to a thin raised putting surface with 18 holes (the number of holes on a standard golf course) that spell “hole in 1” in Grade 1 Braille. Each of these holes connects to a long (Goldbergesque) central conduit beneath the putting surface that carries the ball the length of the hole and drops it with a resonant “plink” into a tin cup. Special flashing LED lighted balls, popular for sneaking onto fancy golf courses to play at night (not that I would know personally, of course…) are provided to play the hole.
Posted by John Preus at 7:35 AM