After the success of last year’s summer and fall mini golf leagues, Tabers, in conjunction with Maine Mini Golf Tour, is pleased to announce the return of its weekly mini golf league.

Beginning Wednesday, April 28, the weekly league will operate from 5:30-7:30 p.m. each Wednesday through August 4.

“The league was a great time for everyone last year,” Tabers owner Dan Hargreaves said. “By creating a fun, competitive, family-friendly event like this league, we’re hoping to give people a chance to spend time together doing what they like to do.”

There will be prizes each week for first, second and third place. Anyone who participates in at least half of the scheduled 15 weekly league nights will be eligible for end-of-season prizes based on cumulative scoring average.

“The Tabers league is fun and exciting, but also efficient, so that it fits in both the venue’s schedule and the players’ lives,” League co-creator Justin Pelletier said. “Mini golf is a sport that has a growing national following, and bringing a slice of competition to a game that really anyone can play will make it fun for all who want to participate.”

Each weekly event will cost $10 for adults, $8 for players 12 and under, and will include two rounds of mini golf.

After everyone completes their two rounds, scores will be tabulated. Each week, scores will be entered, recorded and posted at the golf shack.

Proper social distancing etiquette will apply at the course.

For more information, visit the Tabers golf shack, or email [email protected] with the subject: Tabers League.


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