|An animatronic shark on the Pirate Mini Golf course in Hatfield|
The first 'actual' shark obstacle we found on a minigolf course was at Pendine Bay in Wales on a mammoth road trip in 2009.
|The shark hole at the Crazy Golf course in Pendine Sands|
Preceding our trip to Pendine Bay we'd visited and played the excellent Strokes Adventure Golf course in Margate. The 16th hole there is called 'Shark's Teeth'.
|Playing the Shark's Teeth hole during the 2007 Kent Open tournament at Strokes Adventure Golf course|
|Playing the 16th hole at Strokes in 2014|
The kiosk of the Pirate Mini Golf at the Galleria in Hatfield has a big bitey shark above the counter!
|The Great White shark is basking on the minigolf course in Hatfield|
We often visit Felixstowe in Suffolk and a recent addition to the indoor Adventure Golf course at Manning's Amusement Arcade is a shark!
|Emily and a minigolf shark in Felixstowe|
I've been to Littlehampton twice. On the second occasion I managed to play the Sharksville Adventure Golf course.
|The shark on the advertising board was a different type of character|
|The one that didn't get away was a different species of shark too|
|Look closely at the shark at Sharksville and you'll see he's wearing a bow tie!|
The 231st course we played on the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour was the 'Sea Dwellers Crazy Golf' at the Golden Palm Resort in Chapel St Leonards, Lincolnshire. However, none of the holes had a shark on it.
|We spotted this shark bin at a seafood shop in Whitstable in 2014|
Shelley at Putterfingers also spotted a shark obstacle on a miniature golf course - it was on a Disney TV show called Shake It Up!
On our travels we've seen a lot of crocodiles and alligators lurking on courses too.
If you see any sharks on a minigolf course do let me know!
Related blog posts:
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour
- Strokes Adventure Golf in Margate
- Crazy Golf at Pendine Sands
- Sharksville Adventure Golf at Harbour Park in Littlehampton
- Pirate Mini Golf at the Galleria Shopping Centre in Hatfield