This case involves a slip-and-fall accident at a mini-golf course. The plaintiff was playing mini-golf at a large course. Twenty minutes prior to the plaintiff’s arrival, it had rained heavily, but no warnings were provided to the plaintiff. Additionally, there were no warnings at particular holes regarding conditions that may be dangerous while golfing. Most of the surface at the different holes was comprised of an astroturf, which would become slippery when wet. At the hole in question, the player was expected to hit the ball up a hill, where it flattened out, only to have another hill, and then proceed to the hole. In the space between the two hills, there was a large triangle object which acted as a hazard. The plaintiff struck his ball, but it stopped in the area between the two hills. As the plaintiff went to hit his second stroke, he slipped on the incline in between the hills, and made contact with the triangle hazard. Subsequently, the plaintiff sustained a broken wrist and a concussion.