Nothing much had changed.
|The course on 28 February 2009|
|As the course looked on Valentines Day 2015|
The course is still in an abandoned, derelict state, but surprisingly the felt and frame of the 18-hole layout still looks to be in a pretty decent condition.
|At another unplayable course on the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour|
Interestingly when you look beyond the existing holes you can see the foundations of the course that was originally there. It looks like the course used to be similar to some of the Beton and Eternit courses more often found in continental Europe.
My guide for the day was Brad 'The Fist' Shepherd who had a walk round the course and reminisced about some of the holes-in-one he scored on the miniature golf course when he was a lad.
|Local lad Brad showed me around the Crazy Golf course|
The Woodlands Park Crazy Golf course was the 79th played on the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour.
Related blog posts:
- Minigolf Course Visit No. 79 - Woodlands Park, Gravesend
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour