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The Toledo MudHens' season has ended but they have found a way for fans to keep enjoying the team's park, by turning the outfield into a mini golf course.

By Extra Mustard
September 11, 2014

The Toledo MudHens' season has ended but team officials have found a way for fans to keep enjoying the park, by turning the field into a mini golf course.

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The course winds its way through the outfield before heading towards the basepaths, with one hole finishing on top of the pitcher's mound. 

Fans can now book tee times for "The Links at Fifth Third Field," which will be open to the public for just four days in September, before the grounds are converted into skating rinks for "Walleye Winterfest."

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Getting to play natural grass mini-golf is cool, getting to play it in a baseball stadium is amazing.

- Brendan Maloy

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