Mini-golf

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[[File:Epic staredown.jpg|250px|thumb|Two mini-golf competitors are staring deep into the abyss of each other's soul prior to their match, trying to spot that weakness to exploit during their upcoming [[War|confrontation]]]]'''Mini-golf''' is an excruatiatingly demanding sport that the general public has come to appreciate tremendously in recent years. It requires an impeccable cardio-vascular capacity, an extraordinary muscular endurance and a mental toughness that is second to none. These physical traits usually take years and years of perfectionning before an exceptional human specimen can make it in the higher circles of the prestigious Organization of Mini-Golf ([[OMG]]), bringing oneself fame and fortune. The technique and psychological focus the athletes can produce under extroardinary physical pressure is simply mind-buggling. Sadly, due to the grueling nature of the sport, it has been rumoured that some athletes resort to the [[Doping in sports|use of performance enhancing drugs.]] Let's take a sneak peek at what it's like to live the mini-golfer glamorous life and being adulated by millions of fanatic supporters worldwide.[[File:Mini-golf.jpg|thumb|Everything is in the "swing"!]]
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==History of the sport==
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The sport was discovered in 1719, when 26 year old Ezekiel Smith ran for 4 hours in hot pursuit of a rat who had stolen his golden watch, swinging a wooden plank with increasing rage. After the vermin finally gave up, totally out of breath, Mr. Smith struck the rodent with his apparatus, which ricocheted 3 times on the cowshed walls to finally land right in an empty bean can. An exasperated Mr. Smith saw that a swallow was about to pick up his newly liberated watch and scared it off by screaming: '''"Biiiirrrdee!"''' From this noble event, a virtuous sport was born.
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==Modern mini-golf==
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===General rules===
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While the totality of the OMG members are great sportsmen, it is totally understandable that due to the intense nature of the sport, some squirmishes seldom occur on the course, which is why 7 referees are assigned to a game. One has to look no further than the well-known case of [[Tiger Woods|Lager Froods]] and [[Phil Mickelson|Shill Fickleson]] in 1998, when the two normally amiable fellows started swinging their putter wildly in an effort to make contact with each other's skull between the 17th and 18th hole in a heated tournament where $8.75 million were at stake. The contest was broadcasted live in 396 countries with an estimated audience consiting of 13 billion spectators. The public quickly forgave the likable Froods for the incident, as did the jury when he was acquitted of first degree murder. He was welcomed back in the game by flocks of die-hard supporters.
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===Doping allegations===
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As with all other extremely demanding sports, some bad apples have been caught redhanded.
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==A day in the life of a mini-golfer==
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|<center>'''The will. The intensity. The excitment!'''</center>
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Epic staredown

Two mini-golf competitors are staring deep into the abyss of each other's soul prior to their match, trying to spot that weakness to exploit during their upcoming confrontation

Mini-golf is an excruatiatingly demanding sport that the general public has come to appreciate tremendously in recent years. It requires an impeccable cardio-vascular capacity, an extraordinary muscular endurance and a mental toughness that is second to none. These physical traits usually take years and years of perfectionning before an exceptional human specimen can make it in the higher circles of the prestigious Organization of Mini-Golf (OMG), bringing oneself fame and fortune. The technique and psychological focus the athletes can produce under extroardinary physical pressure is simply mind-buggling. Sadly, due to the grueling nature of the sport, it has been rumoured that some athletes resort to the use of performance enhancing drugs. Let's take a sneak peek at what it's like to live the mini-golfer glamorous life and being adulated by millions of fanatic supporters worldwide.
Mini-golf

Everything is in the "swing"!

History of the sport

The sport was discovered in 1719, when 26 year old Ezekiel Smith ran for 4 hours in hot pursuit of a rat who had stolen his golden watch, swinging a wooden plank with increasing rage. After the vermin finally gave up, totally out of breath, Mr. Smith struck the rodent with his apparatus, which ricocheted 3 times on the cowshed walls to finally land right in an empty bean can. An exasperated Mr. Smith saw that a swallow was about to pick up his newly liberated watch and scared it off by screaming: "Biiiirrrdee!" From this noble event, a virtuous sport was born.

Modern mini-golf

General rules

While the totality of the OMG members are great sportsmen, it is totally understandable that due to the intense nature of the sport, some squirmishes seldom occur on the course, which is why 7 referees are assigned to a game. One has to look no further than the well-known case of Lager Froods and Shill Fickleson in 1998, when the two normally amiable fellows started swinging their putter wildly in an effort to make contact with each other's skull between the 17th and 18th hole in a heated tournament where $8.75 million were at stake. The contest was broadcasted live in 396 countries with an estimated audience consiting of 13 billion spectators. The public quickly forgave the likable Froods for the incident, as did the jury when he was acquitted of first degree murder. He was welcomed back in the game by flocks of die-hard supporters.

Doping allegations

As with all other extremely demanding sports, some bad apples have been caught redhanded.

A day in the life of a mini-golfer

The will. The intensity. The excitment!
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