Fore! If you spend any time at all on the green you have heard that before!  You may even have had the occasion to shout it yourself.

There are countless reasons why you should hit the green on occasion.  Some might look at it as a way to get a bit of exercise, do a bit of networking or just to get out and get some fresh air.  Golf is a great personnel sport and just as fun to be played in teams. There is always a need to celebrate a great shot, a good game or show that new player he is excelling.  This mini project is perfect for creating that neighborhood "Ace" award or used to create a plaque for your local charity tournament. 

We have designed a few neat features into this mini-project that will make it even easier to use and re-use.  These features include:

  • The golf green is not textured so V-Carving is easy.
  • Plaque has a flat bottomed dished center so it will accept almost any model and will also let you get the most "Z" depth out of the added model.
  • The ribbon wraps over the plaque to make for many great layouts and is easy to V-Carve!

Go grab those irons and hit the green (unless you have a weekend CNC project on the go... you really should finish that first).


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Hack this project!

Pick-Up League No.1 - Hack 1.jpg

The "Hole 10 - Par 3" plaque above is made using the models from 2 projects:

The font used to simulate the v-carving is called Cambria.

WOW... that's a hack!

The Pick-Up League - Golf project contains the following models and project sheet.


To get you started on your next weekend project we have included this assembled layout.

Project Sheet

Food for thought.
Ideas for other combinations of this project.

In case you need...

The vector outlines for all of the models in this mini-project you can download them from this link:

DXF - Outlines

In case you wanted to know... 

Font used in the renderings is called - 

  • Cambria

Font used in the Project Sheet for this mini-project is called - 

  • Cambria



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This CNCminiProject was created to give you a reason to try golf again!