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I see people submitting multiple objects from the mini golf course but I'm not sure if I duplicate them or accept each one since they are each unique objects, like a light house or a windmill or a monster
I would treat it like a playground:
"Individual pieces of playground equipment that are submitted separately are not eligible, even though the playground at large maybe. Rather, the individual pieces of equipment should be marked as duplicates to there’s just the one Wayspot for the whole playground.
I don't think a mini golf course is big enough, to be counted as "Lage Areas" where the guidelines would be different.
Wayspots within large areas like parks, plazas, and fields are eligible as well, even if the larger area itself is a Wayspot. Just keep in mind that someone may have already made a nomination on various objects/placemarkers around entrances, which could lead to a rejection (as a duplicate)."
The only way I'd accept something g separate on a mini golf course is if it is phenomenal, like for example, there's one near me called jurassic golf, it has a massive t rex at the opposite end of the course front the main building, both of which can be reached from the street. I'd consider submitting and accepting that. (Ironically, I just went a checked, rhe t rex us in game, but the maim building for the mini golf and golf course isn't, work that out lol)
If the Mini Golf is 2 seperate courses, with a clear seperation (one near me has a Bugs Bunny and Dinosaur Course) I'd likely accept both.
If there is truly a spectacular structure, I'd be apt to accept that seperately. For comparison a "Church" might be a POI and a Statue in Church is a seperate POI. But it would have to be something that would be worth pointing out and explore worthy on its own.
That said there is a lot of varying thoughts on what makes things separate. Trail Markers are all seperate and yet part of the Trail. So there is definitely some gray area.