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Virtual golf designer hosts Design-a-Hole contest

on Thursday,March 10,2011 20:03

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It's not often that one gets to combine a passion for video games and golf, but the annual Design-A-Hole contest hosted by Incredible Technologies offers competitors just that. The company is well-known for its Golden Tee Golf arcade game, which can be found in bars around the country.

Co-creator Jim Zielinski said that, after receiving different ideas for courses over the years, the company decided to host the contest for designers interested in submitting their ideas for holes.

"We decided to give them a chance to show us their stuff," Zielinski said. "I like holes that make players think and make choices. I want them to offer a risk/reward variance. It's got to be challenging, but feasible. And, of course, fun."

The winning design will be included in Golden Tee Golf 2012. The designer will also be given the opportunity to host the Golden Tee World Premiere in his or her hometown bar.

The contest closes on April 15.

Since its founding in 1989, Golden Tee Golf has been played by millions of people in 100,000 units installed in bars and pubs across 12 different countries, according to GoldenTee.com.

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