On the 21 March 2015 the minigolf course complex in Hastings, East Sussex celebrates its 40th birthday!
|The first few holes of the Crazy Golf course in Hastings|
On the 28 February we were back in Hastings ahead of the BMGA British Club Championships - held on the Pirate Golf course - and so took a look at the Adventure Golf course and the classic Arnold Palmer Crazy Golf course.
|Each October the course is home to the World Crazy Golf Championships, an event Emily and I have competed in since 2007|
|The lucky last hole on the left and the infamous 18th hole - the site of triumph, defeat and incredible moments in Crazy Golf over the years|
|A plateau hole on the Crazy Golf course|
|The classic windmill standing in the background|
|A view of the Crazy Golf course in Hastings. It was the 39th played on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour|
We've visited the town many times since 2007 and spent a lot of time putting around on the courses.
|Minigolf adventurers in Hastings|
Two of the courses we've played are no longer there. The Miniature Golf course on the seafront was removed and turned into the Pirate Golf course in 2011, while the Adventure Golf course at White Rock Gardens also closed in 2011 and was changed into an outdoor laser tag arena!
For more information, prices and opening times of the seafront miniature golf courses check out the Hastings Adventure Golf website.
- Hastings Adventure Golf website
- Hastings Adventure Golf on Facebook
- Hastings Adventure Golf on Twitter
Related blog posts:
- Arnold Palmer Crazy Golf in Hastings
- A walkround the 18-hole Arnold Palmer Crazy Golf in Hastings
To celebrate the 40th birthday of the Crazy Golf course in Hastings you can get a 2 for 1 voucher at Hastings Adventure Golf.
Visit the Hastings Adventure Golf website and fill in your details to be sent a 2 for 1 voucher for use on Saturday 21 March 2015.
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