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Topic - Holly Wiencek
Befitting a game best known for Mad Hatter dimensions and a deep appreciation for all things pirate and/or windmill, the National Building Museum's minigolf exhibit is by turns whimsical and thought-provoking, kitschy and surreal. It's also brutal on visitors' scorecards.
"I don't know if anyone has shot par," said Holly Wiencek, a Building Museum intern. "Everyone I've heard from is way, way over."