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Coolest Homemade Golf Cake 26

by Andrea W.
(Yukon, OK)

Homemade Golf Cake

Homemade Golf Cake

I made this Golf cake for a friend who's father was turning 70 years old. He loves to golf.

I used chocolate candy molds to make each golf ball and the golf bag. I used white chocolate in the golf ball molds. I used brown butterscotch chocolate for the golf bag, but, at the top of the mold, I used white chocolate for the clubs. My husband cooked three round 9" chocolate marble cakes. He is better at making even layers, so he jumped in to help!

I frosted the cake with a vanilla base coat. I froze the cake for about an hour and then added a second coat of white vanilla frosting. I wrapped an Argyle-themed wrapping paper around the outside of the cake to add color. I placed the chocolate golf bag and golf balls on the top of the cake. I brushed edible silver dust on the white chocolate clubs to make them appear metal. I was very pleased with the end result.

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Coolest Putt Putt Golf Cake 37

by Georgette J
(Appomattox, VA, USA)

Coolest Putt Putt Golf Cake

Coolest Putt Putt Golf Cake

For my son's 10th birthday, he wanted to have his party at the local Putt-Putt Fun Center, and a cake to match. We searched this site and others, then made a few changes and came up with this Putt Putt Golf Cake.

I started with a 1/2 sheet cake. Iced the entire cake green. I made each hole out of fondant. The #10 hole is the "loop-de-loop" per my son - this is the one hole he wanted. The loop is made from orange colored fondant. The mountain is made from rice krispy treats molded to the design I wanted (sort of), iced and then covered in fondant. Same for the bridge. The waterfall is blue icing piped with a star tip. I added fondant rocks coming down the mountain and a few in the water. The holes themselves are white icing piped with a #3 tip. I added icing grass around the bottom of the cake and on the corners, with a few patches on top.

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Put Put Birthday cake

by Teresa Sabbagha
(Bloemfontein South Africa)


This one I made for a boy who turned seven and had a birthday party at the Put Put course, the whole party had a Put Put theme and that's why I decided on this cake.

This is a basic chocolate sponge, with chocolate and green icing, I used Kit Kat for the bricks around the whole, the outlay my husband helped me with, using a lighter green for the artificial grass and darker green for outside. The little man was one I had and my husband made him a little putter.

The little boy was very excited and they enjoyed the cake very much.

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Coolest Mini Golf Cake 17

by Lisa Greenwood
(Connecticut)

Mini Golf Cake

Mini Golf Cake

This mini golf cake is a 14 inch round covered with marshmallow fondant. I used additional fondant for the golf greens and flags and candy for the 'stone' edging.

The windmill is made of sugar cookie dough which I cut and frosted. The trees are made with fondant which I rolled into a long thin rope and then wrapped around a cereal straw.

This was a cake for a group of four boys celebrating their 5th birthday together at the local mini golf. Each child's name is written on one flag.

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Golf Cake 16

by Rob and Jen
(Kanata Canada)

Happy

Happy "3rd Tee"th Birthday

For my brother in-laws 30th birthday we decided to re-create the 3rd hole from a famous golf course.

So for the golf cake we used fondant for the fairway and greens and a #235 for the grass. Trees were made using fondant and ice cream cones as well as fondant and pretzels.

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