Each October the world's best professional miniature golfers convene in Myrtle Beach to
compete for the game's most coveted title.
That's right, professional miniature golfers.
Men at work: Don't tell these guys miniature golf is child's play.
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Hans Olofsson dons the coveted green windbreaker.
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Players use turf discolorations and even cigarette burns to identify aiming lines.
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"Ask David Feherty what he thinks of this lie!"
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Post-round drinks at Oscar's: Players say the camaraderie of mini-golf tournaments keeps them coming back.
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Jeanne Hedrich kept score during the final round.
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Olivia Propova, 11, traveled 5,000 miles from the Czech Republic for the tournament.
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Distractions are part of the game at the Mini Masters.