I decided to do the putting challenge again because I enjoy seeing individual creativity. No matter how old, we all can find joy in building something that was once only a thought. As I watched the videos, I remembered how this activity also brought families together as they watched their golfer independently create, or work together with siblings as their creation progressively took over the home. It also provided an opportunity for the golfers to overcome challenges, persevere and celebrate victory with their family. It is truly awesome to see!
"This was a fun challenge! Thank you for such a creative way to teach and involve them."
"After two rebuilds & hundreds of putts..."
"After several hours of trial-and-error and a great lesson in challenge, failure and perseverance... Thank you for this exercise-it was very valuable for us, in many ways!"
"He did it, all by himself."
"After several days of shots coming so close, but having weather and day light run out, this was the closest we were able to capture on camera by the deadline."
The coaches had a touch time picking the winners this year. In the end, we looked at the designs to first determine the difficulty of the hole where the ball would land and then we looked at the probability of the ball making it into the hole.