Putt Putt Perfect 

A short documentary details a historic game of mini golf played in Richmond.

In the world of professional putt putt golf – yes, that’s a thing – only three perfect games have ever been played. The most recent of those games took place in 2011 in Richmond at the unassuming Putt Putt Fun Center off the Midlothian Turnpike. Grantland details the heroic feat in this short documentary.

And, if you just can't know enough about Richmond's putt putt history, here's an exhaustive report detailing the Professional Putters Association 2007 tournament here.

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