An Upper Saucon Township miniature golf course is celebrating a milestone anniversary in a special way.
Putt U, on Rt. 309, will celebrating its 20th anniversary by holding “The Craziest Mini-Golf Tournament Ever” on Saturday, July 14 at 9 a.m., with plans to donate $4,000 to local charities.
“In this special tournament, golfers must play 18 holes with anything but a regular putter,” according to a news release from Putt U. “No golf clubs are allowed, so players are encouraged to bring the most creative and outrageous gadget they can use to putt with.”
Prizes will be awarded to the person with the lowest score and the person with the “best putting gadget.”
The two winners of Putt U’s tournament will each receive $20 in cash and the qualified charitable organizations of their choosing will each receive $2,000. The only limitation is that the winners’ selected charities must serve local residents.
Two local charities that mini-golfers will be competing on behalf of are the Allentown Rescue Mission and Dream Come True, Putt U confirmed.
Registration for the tournament is $20, and the cost includes refreshments, door prizes, a commemorative T-shirt and a pass for a future round of golf.
Registration is limited to the first 150 golfers.
All golfers must be pre-registered to participate.
Visit Putt U, 5201 Rt. 309, Center Valley, or call 610-798-9800 to register.