My cousins have recently been on holiday in Norfolk and one of the places they visited was Hemsby Mega Maze where they discovered the game of Crazy Croquet!
Photos of the course by Sarah Roberts.
|Crazy Croquet at Hemsby Mega Maze|
|One of the Crazy Croquet obstacles - a long pipe and dustbin!|
|Two of the other obstacles at Hemsby Mega Maze's Crazy Croquet course|
|Two of my cousins preparing to tee-off on the Tractor hole of the Crazy Croquet course|
|Crazy Croquet is played using a tennis ball and a wellington boot on a stick as the 'club'!|
It looks like a bizarre hybrid sport and we'll hopefully give it a go next time we're in the area. Crazy Croquet could also be a potential new sport for my fellow Minigolfer, and champion Croquet player, John Moore too.
For further information about Crazy Croquet visit the Hemsby Mega Maize Maze website.
The seaside town of Hemsby is also home to two great miniature golf courses - the Lost World Adventure Golf Course and Stonehenge BIG Minigolf.
On the trip to East Anglia my family let me know they visited Wroxham Barns too, a great venue and home to an 18-hole Minigolf course.
- Hemsby Mega Maze
Related blog posts:
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour
- Types and Variants of Miniature Golf visited and played on the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour
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