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Second annual glow in the dark mini golf

September 16, 2016

Gianna Miceli / The Courier

ASAP held their first “after hours” event of the 2016-17 school year for students at Monmouth College on Wednesday, September 7. A total of 185 individuals came to play at the second annual glow in the dark mini golf in the Field House. 18 holes were set up with different obstacles involving hills, loop-de-loops, and turnabouts.

When asked why ASAP has continued to bring back glow in the dark mini golf, club President Casey Shute explained, “It went over very well last year and we had a good turnout. Students were excited and asking for the event to come back. It was an easy decision.” This year’s turnout was just as impressive.

Senior Morgan Gulley, parcipated in both this year’s and last year’s mini golfing extravaganza and thought that the event was a great way to relax during the first few weeks of getting back into the college groove.

The executive board of ASAP has all intentions of bringing back mini golfing each year, as long as the students continue to want and enjoy it.

When asked if changes should be made to the glow in the dark mini golf, Morgan Gulley stated “It is good the way it is and there should be no improvements made.”

Gulley brought along freshman, Sharon Kuhlemier, to get a little taste of what ASAP does for the student body. Kuhlemier, a golfer, was excited saying, “It is really nice. Plus, it’s a great way to have some fun with an awesome theme.” She eagerly insisted that she would be participating in any future ASAP events because of how enjoyable the first one was.

Gianna Miceli
Features Editor

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