A firm, straight putt down the middle on this simple opening hole could very well start your round with an ace.
Stay down the middle on hole #2 and you'll end up on the lower green putting for a birdie. Pushing it to the right or pulling it to the left will cause you some trouble.
Get it up and just over the lip on hole #3 and you can make a quick hole-in-one.
Hole #4 is played over water, so strike your ball firmly down the middle to launch it onto the green where an ace is possible.
Tee it up on the left side of the tee box on #5 to have a better shot through the sloping gap and at the pin.
If you time it right and hit it firmly straight down the middle, you have a real chance of holing it out with one shot on #6.
On hole #7 stay right and up on top, and you should score either an ace or a birdie.
A firm stroke straight down the middle at the 45-degree wall might just give you a chance at another hole-in-one on #8.
Play your shot on #9 down the left side and about halfway up the slope in back to roll it into the cup for a possible ace.
On multi-level hole #10, sink it in the middle hole and you'll be in great shape on the bottom island putting green. If you don't...
you'll find youself scrambling to get off the mid-level green and down to the pin.
Hole #11 takes a firm stroke down the left side to get the ball up and around the horseshoe-shaped loop. Over-hit it and you're in the bunker.
Another straight, firm putt down the middle on hole #12 will give you another opportunity to card an ace.
Straight putters also do well on uphill hole #13, where a relatively easy chance for a hole-in-one awaits.
Watching out for the tree on the right side of the tee box, glance your shot off the right side of the round middle bunker to score well on hole #14.
On hole #15, a straight firm shot right down the middle of the fairway should give you a great birdie opportunity.
Hit the middle 45-degree bunker dead center on hole #16 and you might just hole it out with one stroke.
If you play this acute-angled hole #17 properly, you'll get close enough for either an ace or a two-putt.
One of the great finishing holes in miniature golf, #18 requires you to hit it just firmly enough to stay up on the top level where the hole is. Hit it too hard and now you've got a real challenge on your hands. Enjoy!