The game of mini-golf was invented in Victorian England because women weren't supposed to raise golf clubs over their shoulders. By the 1950s, the greens on mini-golf courses were made of dyed goat hair.
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In the 1950s, dyed goat hair was used for mini-golf putting greens. 00:40
Coney Island's first roller coaster traveled at 6 miles/hour. 02:28
Crayola means "oily chalk" in French. 05:51
Written by Curiosity Staff July 29, 2015
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