Weekly courses will be available for several months before being cleared from the list.
You can see how difficult a course is in one of two ways - either by reading the course description, or by looking at the icon to the right of the course name.
Playing a 9-hole course won't get you a Jackpot Spin, but it will give you an opportunity to play a specific set of holes over and over until you master them.
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- "Weekly" courses: As you might expect from the name, these courses are generated every week by randomly pulling holes from the current "Standard" courses.
That means you'll see holes you've already played before but in an entirely different order than you're used to, making for a whole new game experience!
You probably won't get an amazing score the first time through a new course, but that's okay!
They're meant to be difficult to master, but it is possible to score below Par - sometimes even more than one shot below Par - on each and every hole in the game. ) Pay close attention to how the ball bounces off walls and obstacles, and especially what happens to the ball when it rolls over course features like sand, rough, and ice.
So before you can shoot the ball, you have to place the ball on the tee.
When you start a new hole, the game will give you some information about new elements you haven't seen before.
Playing the front or back 9 is good for practicing and honing your Mini Golf game skills, but you won't get a Jackpot Spin unless you play through a full 18-hole course.