|Playing a classic Crazy Golf Windmill hole at the Arnold Palmer Putting Course on North Parade|
The Saturday of our Skegness Seaside Weekender happened to be the same day as National Miniature Golf Day - so what better way to celebrate it than by playing five minigolf courses in the UK's top spot for the game.
|Seth Thomas at the Arnold Palmer Putting Course in Skegness|
Skegness currently has 110 miniature golf holes spread over ten Crazy, Mini, Adventure, Putting and Pitch & Putt courses! The most of any town in the UK.
|Having a round on the country's first-ever Crazy Golf course|
Our competition to celebrate the day for minigolf saw us play the two Arnold Palmer Crazy Golf courses on North Parade, Pebble Beach Adventure Golf at the Pleasure Beach, England's first-ever Crazy Golf course on South Parade and the Gold Mine Adventure Golf course at the Pleasure Beach.
1. Brad Shepherd = 102
2. Alan Norman = 103
3. Seth Thomas = 104
4. Richard Gottfried = 106
5. Emily Gottfried = 112
6. Chris Jones = 116
7. John Moore = DNS & DNF, but played 18-holes
8. Peter Jones = DNS & DNF, but played 12-holes
|National Miniature Golf Day Champion Brad 'The Fist' Shepherd playing the Pebble Beach Adventure Golf course in Skegness|
The National Miniature Golf Day Championship made-up four of the five rounds of the two-day Skegness Minigolf Championship that saw ten players take part.
National Miniature Golf Day is a quasi-official holiday that began in the USA. It takes place on the second Saturday in May each year.
If you missed National Miniature Golf Day this year don't worry. There's another 'Mini Golf Day' coming up - Miniature Golf Day is always on the 21st of September, which this year falls on a Monday!
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- Minigolf, Crazy Golf and Adventure Golf Courses on the Lincolnshire Coast
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