Back in April 2012 we embarked on a mammoth leg of our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour and visited a bumper crop of 49 miniature golf courses!
|At Beaches Crazy Golf in Seahouses|
On re-entering England the 18-hole Crazy Golf course at The Bunker on Seafield Road in Seahouses, Northumberland became the 494th course visited overall when we arrived in the town on the 9 April, and the next day became the 297th course played.
|A view of the Seahouses Crazy Golf course|
Driving through the town you can't miss the course as its sat right next to the road!
|The Beaches Crazy Golf course is right next to Seafield Road in Seahouses. Note the historic plaque built into the wall - the public gardens were opened in April 1980|
Each of the holes on the Beaches Crazy Golf course have a local landmark theme and name. The course is well worth a play, with some interesting, tricky obstacles and hole layouts.
|Crazy Golf in Seahouses|
In damp weather conditions on the 10 April 2012 we played a match-up on the course as part of our 'North West England, Scotland & North East England Tour Challenge' . In the contest I defeated Emily with a score of 36(par) to 45(+9).
|Emily playing a criss-cross of two holes at the Seahouses Crazy Golf course!|
The course was the last of the thirteen we were able to play on our roadtrip, and the 48th visited overall during the holiday.
For more information, photos and prices for the Seahouses Crazy Golf course check out The Bunker website.
|The Crazy Golf course and The Bunker clubhouse in Seahouses|
During the trip we managed to play the world's first miniature golf course - at St Andrews.
- The Bunker Seahouses
Related blog posts:
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour - List and links for all Miniature Golf courses visited to date
- Visiting a further 49 Minigolf and Crazy Golf courses in England and Scotland
- View of the course 1
- View of the course 2
Seeing the picture of the Farne Islands hole is enough to bring me out in cold sweats!!
Ah, your favourite hole in all of minigolf ;-)
I think I did OK on it, but that's where the wheels came off Emily's game.
Laying up is key - don't over hit and end up at the back!
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