All about flooble | fun stuff | Get a free chatterbox | Free JavaScript | Avatars    
perplexus dot info

Home > Logic
Richard's Devilish Mini-Golf (Posted on 2005-01-06) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Five professional golfers (including Fiona) opted to wind down from a big match with a relaxing game of miniature golf at Richardís Devilish Mini-Golf. They discovered, however, that mini-golf wasn't as easy as it looks. Each player scored extremely high on a different hole of the course, and eventually everybody was fuming about their loss and gave up. Using the clues below, can you find out each golfer's full name (one surname is Billings) and the hole he or she screwed up entirely?

1. George, Evans, and the one who blew it on the ball-eating Clown-Face all managed to control themselves after completing their worst hole and were able to return their putters intact.

2. Isaacís bad luck came at the Stoplight, where the ball got caught inside, just out of reach of his club.

3. George and Hannah both scored quadruple bogies on their worst holes.

4. Ms. Derby and the man who screwed up on the Loop-de-Loop snapped their putters on nearby trees after their worst holes.

5. The one surnamed Chang wasnít the one who hit a water hazard on the Viking Ship or the one who tallied a triple bogie on the Windmill.

6. Jacob Ambrose hit his ball with too much force on his worst hole, and took several strokes to get it out of the knee-deep sand trap and back onto the green.

See The Solution Submitted by Captain Paradox    
Rating: 2.9375 (16 votes)

Comments: ( You must be logged in to post comments.)
  Subject Author Date
i dont understandaldfj2005-04-14 22:14:01
SolutionMy Solution. Figured via my brain. :|Noni2005-04-08 15:41:09
Solutionclyde2005-03-04 18:55:32
How you did so farCaptain Paradox2005-02-13 23:53:09
SolutionEasy Solution - no programmingRA2005-02-13 13:23:12
SolutionMy answerLeanne2005-02-11 05:08:29
re: The answer I thinkesoterix2005-01-28 09:10:47
re: The answer?esoterix2005-01-28 09:07:55
The answer?Scott Gielow2005-01-27 17:01:18
The answer I thinkReiko Shinomori2005-01-27 03:46:19
re(2): I got It Too!Ashley2005-01-26 22:38:58
re: I got It Too!Ashley2005-01-26 22:37:32
I got It Too!Ashley2005-01-26 22:35:17
i got itJanus2005-01-26 06:10:07
I have figured it out with only the aid of Excel to chart my deductions. No programming or automation was used.Caleb2005-01-25 05:37:58
possible answerdave2005-01-24 10:17:45
Have to agreeShary2005-01-19 06:59:56
Solutioni got it..stacy2005-01-18 09:03:01
No Subjectkatie2005-01-16 01:14:59
Solutioni think i got itkatie2005-01-16 01:12:33
Dominique is correctJohn Copeland2005-01-15 17:57:46
SolutionI got it!!Dominique2005-01-14 22:26:59
SolutionNo SubjectKareem2005-01-13 18:14:16
Agree with NikkiSharla2005-01-12 23:31:17
re: No Subjectnikki2005-01-12 15:54:37
No Subjectangela2005-01-12 15:17:13
SolutionNo SubjectAJ Hicks2005-01-12 13:52:46
SolutionSolution (VB program used)Penny2005-01-07 00:40:07
SolutionSolution + Explanationnikki2005-01-06 14:07:34
Please log in:
Login:
Password:
Remember me:
Sign up! | Forgot password


Search:
Search body:
Forums (0)
Newest Problems
Random Problem
FAQ | About This Site
Site Statistics
New Comments (5)
Unsolved Problems
Top Rated Problems
This month's top
Most Commented On

Chatterbox:
Copyright © 2002 - 2020 by Animus Pactum Consulting. All rights reserved. Privacy Information