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Pool/Minigolf Hybrid
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Take a standard billiards table. Add bumps, ramps, obstacles, bridges over streams, windmills, etc. Make sure all horizontal surfaces are still covered in felt.

Now play pool on it: standard pool games like 8-Ball or Cutthroat.

drzeus, Oct 01 2010

Pool-Golf http://harleysville...oductName=Pool-Golf
This is merely minigolf using a pool cue. [drzeus, Oct 01 2010]

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       You could take it to the next level as PinPül, including bumpers, flashing lights, extra cueballs, and a slight incline to the table.
bungston, Oct 01 2010

       Brilliant! One Soggy Bun! [+]
Grogster, Oct 01 2010

       I can see this as a series of 18 tables with ever-increasing amounts of obstacles. You tee off at on end of the table and try to make it onto the pocket at the opposite corner in as few strokes as possible.
DrWorm, Oct 02 2010

       I ran this a project for a group of my students a few years ago - ie design a snooker table that incorporates the features of a crazy-golf course. Some of the results were fab.
xenzag, Oct 02 2010

       Cool. Any pictures [xenzag]?   

       Agree with [2_friesl], please post some, if you're able & permitted.
mouseposture, Oct 02 2010

       I don't like it.
Voice, Oct 02 2010

       [Dr. Worm]: that already exists (see the link). I'm going for something more towards the billiards end of the spectrum.
drzeus, Oct 03 2010

       You need a more frictive surface than felt, to prevent the balls pooling, as [21Q] suggests. That would make it a little more like golf, with difficult lies created as balls stop on sloping surfaces.
infidel, Oct 03 2010

       //need a more frictive surface// [bungston]'s variant is an alternative solution to the same problem.
mouseposture, Oct 03 2010

       + This would be fun!
xandram, Oct 04 2010

phundug, Oct 04 2010

       I don''t think I know that one [phundug] - could you hum a little bit of it?
TolpuddleSartre, Oct 05 2010


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