Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Eastbourne - Putting (Pitch & Putt) Course - Minigolf Course Played #221

The second seaside visited on Sunday 15th May 2011 was Eastbourne, and the first Minigolf course we headed to was at Princes Park. We'd heard there was a 9-hole Putting course there, but we found an 18-hole course that was more 'Pitch & Putt' than Putting! It became the 221st course played on the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour, and the first where me and Emily teamed up for a round - with me 'Pitching' and Emily 'Putting'!

The course had recently re-opened and we were some of the first players to give it a go this season. It's a quite testing set-up and could do with having more than three flags on the course!

It's worth giving a go if you're a fan of Pitch & Putt.

Pitch and Putt course in Princes Park, Eastbourne

Pitch and Putt course in Princes Park, Eastbourne

Pitch and Putt course in Princes Park, Eastbourne

Pitch and Putt course in Princes Park, Eastbourne

Pitch and Putt course in Princes Park, Eastbourne

Pitch and Putt course in Princes Park, Eastbourne

Pitch and Putt course in Princes Park, Eastbourne

The next course we played on our tour was over the road at the Fort Fun Adventure Golf.

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3 comments:

dbentall said...

I saw this strange course from close-up yet didn't play it - still has only three flags !! Just one 'old boy' playing speaks for itself ...

Richard Gottfried said...

I remember we couldn't play one of the holes as some 'youngsters' were having a BBQ on the green!

Anonymous said...

I would have just continued playing. Pitch the ball and then yell "duck!". They'd have no choice but to move quickly or get hit.
As a young man myself, it annoys me when other youngsters give the rest a bad name by doing stupid things.