A new way to play miniature golf could be heading to waterparks.

According to a press release, Traverse City, Mich.-based Adventure Golf Services has launched its new concept, SplashGolf, which it created to help fill a need for more passive activities in the waterpark industry.

"We have recognized the age-old issue of blending active and passive activities in waterparks, and this product does the job," said Scott Lundmark, president of the . "We also wanted to bring the water up onto the course and bring the player into the water for a completely new and fun experience."

The 4,000 square foot, ADA accessible, 9-hole course features a zero depth splash pad covered with colorful flexible seamless paving material, which can include custom designs or images to accommodate any waterpark theme.

In addition to "floating" on patented panels that act as the splash pad base, there are a variety of interactive water elements, such as spurting fountains, water cannons and horizontal water blasts and more. Read More