|A view of the Pirate Mini Golf course from the gallery at the Galleria|
On Tuesday 19 May I headed over to Hatfield, Hertfordshire to meet up with my old mate and Dodgeball rival 'Rowdy' Russell Fenner for a game of minigolf on the Pirate Adventure Golf course at the Galleria Outlet Shopping Centre.
|There's a HUGE octopus/kraken on the minigolf course|
Unfortunately the course was closed. We'd planned to have a round after work at 6pm, but the course was closed from 5.30pm.
|Visiting the 599th course on the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour|
It had been open when I first arrived. While the Galleria is open from 10am to 8pm on weekdays, the Pirate Adventure Golf course is only open 10am to 6pm Monday to Saturday, and 11am to 5pm on Sundays. Looking on the website it does state that the last entry is 30 minutes before closing.
|There's a big shark on the course|
|The swimming shark on the Galleria's minigolf course!|
The result of our contest was put down as a no-score draw.
|Me and Rowdy Russell were unable to have a minigolf battle on the course|
|So no pirate treasure went to the winner|
|And the loser wasn't fed to the sharks|
|The course itself is an 'Eternit' type of miniature golf, with a felt surface|
For more information on the Pirate Adventure Golf course and the Galleria shopping centre check out the links below.
The course was the 599th visited on the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour since September 2006.
In June 2014 we played a similar layout from the same group when the course was 12-holes.
Related blog posts:
- Indoor Minigolf, Crazy Golf and Adventure Golf courses
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour
- Course visit #560, course played #336
- Pirate Mini Golf website
- The Galleria Outlet Shopping centre website
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