Get your foursome together?It?s Tee Off Time! A trio of loaf cakes are assembled and decorated with rolled fondant for this winning design you might serve at tournaments, birthday parties or on Father?s (or Mother?s) Day!
At least 2 to 3 days ahead of time, make the following: Club shafts: Thin a small amount of fondant with water to a glue-like consistency and use to attach foil to dowel rods. Set aside to dry.
Club Heads: Knead 1 pk. fondant and roll 3/4 in. thick. Cut irons and woods from white fondant. Reserve leftover fondant. Smooth and shape edges; insert dowel rods into club heads. Let dry 24 hours. Tint reserved fondant as follows: For red club head covers, tint two 1 1/2 in. balls; For golden yellow flag, tint 1 in. ball; for golden yellow/brown putter, tint one 1 in. ball. Lightly brush club heads with water to secure fondant. Roll out and cover irons and woods with appropriate color fondant; smooth and trim excess. Press and smooth a small amount of fondant where shaft meets club head. Score grooves on putter with small veining tool. Let dry at least 24 hours.
Flag: Roll out fondant 1/8 in. thick and cut out flag pattern. Brush water on 1/4 in. of fondant and wrap this portion around dowel rod. Let dry on dowel rods dusted with cornstarch to achieve waving motion.
Tees: Shape 1/2 in. balls of fondant into a teardrop; flatten one end and taper the other. Use large ball confectionery tool to cup inside top of tee. Set aside to dry.
Golf Balls: Roll two 1 in. balls of white fondant and make indentations with end of decorator brush dipped in cornstarch. If fondant is sticky, knead in a little cornstarch to help dry it out. Set aside to dry.
Bake loaf and two mini loaves with firm cake batter such as pound cake. Ice loaf cake, building up to achieve the soft look of leather when covered with fondant. Attach 1 full-sized mini loaf; trim 1 1/2 in. from second mini loaf and attach. Ice cakes smooth and sculpt to form pockets.
Tint 3/4 of other fondant pk. green. Cover bottom of bag with green fondant; trim off excess. Cover remainder of bag and smooth all areas with Easy-Glide Smoothers. Tint 2/3 of remaining fondant tan using ivory and brown colors. Roll out and cut two 12 x 1 in. pieces for horizontal trim and one 7 x 3/4 in. piece for vertical trim. Attach all pieces with brush dipped in water. Cut bag flap; attach to side pocket of bag with water. For tee holders, roll 1/4 in. diameter x 3 in. long piece; attach with water and shape. Roll one 3/8 in. diameter x 4 in. piece and one 3/8 in. diameter x 3 in. piece for top and side straps; shape, attach with water and press ends with veiner tool to secure. Roll remaining fondant and cut glove with cookie cutter. Use small veining tool to make ventilation holes on glove; cut and attach 1/4 in. x 1 1/4 in. piece of red fondant for glove strap. Roll and cut 1 1/2 in. x 6 in. towel; imprint terry cloth effect with end of tip 16; fold over side strap.
Pipe tip 2 bag stitching, pipe tip 3 zipper. Pipe tip 3 zipper. Pipe tip 2 zigzags and pull-out fringe on towel. Position clubs and flag in cake. Pipe tip 233 pull-out pompoms on cover; add tip 3 ties on cover openings. Print tip 3 numbers on flag and covers. Position putter, golf balls and tees.
It's Tee-Off Time Cake is rated
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Rated 4 out of
gramma nev from
Very time consuming with all the fondant clubs made the night before. Had trouble with the details on the bag but overall turned out good
Date published: 2012-08-29
Rated 5 out of
I was presented this cake project about a month before she actually needed it so it gave me plenty of time to prepare. But when it came down to making the cake, it was more time consuming and having the patience. When you read part of the instructions that says use a firm cake like pound cake, USE IT!!!!!! The girl I was making it for wanted a strawberries and cream filling... NO FUN AT ALL. The layers kept sliding, the strawberries and cream started oozing from the sides, the fondant had stuff adhered underneath. I had to really use my noodle and improvise to make it work just having to prepare days before you could actually put the cake together like a puzzle piece. Needless to say, it came out AMAZING and everyone LOVED IT. Just prepare yourself before you jump into making this cake and the end product will be most satisfying!!!!