Mini Golf Club Game Available for Free for Windows Devices

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If you like playing golf but your plans have just been ruined by a rainy day, don’t get upset. Thanks to this cool Windows game you will be able to play golf from the comfort of your home.
Mini Golf Club
Mini Golf Club is a challenging game that lets you become Tiger Woods for a while and play like him. The only difference is that you won’t make money out of the game. Of course, just as in any golf game, your goal is to hit the ball into a series of holes on a course using as few strokes as possible.

There are all sort of factors that influence the number of strokes you need to put the ball in the hole, such as the wind speed or the course layout.

Mini Golf Club has high replayability thanks to the advanced physics engine. This means that you can play the same level multiple times, yet the game experience will be different each time. Also, the replay system allows you to record your gameplay locally and replay it later.

The game can be played on touchscreen devices but it works just fine with you keyboard and mouse. Mini Golf Club is also compatible with the Xbox. You can also compete against your friends thanks to th turn-based matches for up to 4 players feature. Other features include:

  • More than 80 unique and tricky holes
  • Special boosters and moving obstacles, to make things even more challenging
  • Realistic physics based gameplay
  • Visually stunning graphics, it fells like you’re on the golf field
  • Lifelike sound effects

The game is free and gets constant updates, so we guarantee you won’t get bored. You can download it from the Windows Store. 

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