MagiCon 1992 WorldCon

Part 18 MagiCon Miniature Golf Course 2

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Hole #9 of The Enchanted Duplicator Golf Course. Built by the Altanta in '95 Bid Committee, the hole featured scale models of their hotels -- very futuristic looking.
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The Enchanted Duplicator Golf Course was built to honor MagiCon's Fan Guest of Honor Walter A. Willis, who is also an avid golfer.
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Hole #1 was built and tested in the NESFA Clubhouse. It featured a live volcano as its obstacle.
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Hole #2 features a model of the Alamo. Guess who sponsored this hole. It's a F.A.C.T.!
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Hole #4 was sponsored by MCFI (Massachusetts Cnvention Fandom Inc.) who used it to promote their bid for the 1998 Worldcon.
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An early stage of the Glasgow in '95 golf course hole. As they emptied more bottles in their bid parties, the hole got more obstacles.
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A detail of the Enchanted Duplicator Golf Course hole sponsored by the Glasgow in 1995 bid committee.
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After a strenuous back nine or ten holes of enchanted miniature golf, you were directed to the oasis of the fabulous fan lounge
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The "official" inspection. That's the backs of MagiCon Chairman Joe Siclari and his wife Edie Stern as they check out the Enchanted Duplicator Golf Course.
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Chairman Joe tries to make a putt before his beeper rings again.

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