To summarize the goal: roll the ball under the fortress, down the hill, across the bridge, and into the hole.
Just teeing up, it's a nice pirate lady with her son. With the collapse of the gem market, a little leftover treasure makes for good golfballs.
In the picture above you can also see how they've dressed-up the putt-putt course a bit amidst the old ship's wreckage -- a makeshift hull and even a fake cannon, for the kids.
Over on the other side, we can see the boy's father has putted first, and seems to have gotten his ball stuck under the fortress.
Chalk it up to lousy maintenance -- they are pirates, after all.
On the lower level, Brickbeard and a redcoat captain are finishing up the hole. Beware of the water hazard.
It looks like the redcoat captain is a lousy putter... splash, rolled right into the drink!
Brickbeard laughs, as his lead grows to 3 points.
Lastly, a close-up of Eldorado Fortress. It's one of my favorite sets (and one of the few I still have built), and I'm pretty pleased with how the micro version turned out.
I don't have any of my old bluecoats with me, so a printed flag will have to do. At least I didn't use a redcoat flag!
This MOC a companion to my small entry, which MOC'ed up the 7th hole with a much steeper hill.
I hope you enjoyed. More pictures can be found on my flickr. The other pictures include an overhead view, so you can marvel at how obsessive-compulsively I've ensured the ship's ribs all line up. Comments and criticism welcome.
[Updated 11 pm with better photos]
Edited by SlyOwl, 08 December 2009 - 10:36 PM.