|Crazy Golfing on the classic Arnold Palmer Putting Course in Prestatyn|
Back in 2009 we headed off on a tour of Wales and ended up visiting 93% of all the public minigolf courses in the country!
|The Minigolf course at Gowerton Golf Range|
Between the 9th and 21st August we drove 983 miles, played 28 courses and visited 15 more that were unplayable. Unbelievable that it was six years ago already!
|Crazy Golfing at Tywyn Leisure Park|
|Crazy Golf at Knightly's Amusements and Fun Park in Towyn|
|Crazy Golfing in Aberystwyth|
|Playing the Crazy Golf course in Swansea during round two of the 2009 Cystadleuaeth Minigolff Cymraeg (Welsh Minigolf Tournament)|
|Playing the highest minigolf course in the UK - the Rocky Pines Adventure Golf course atop The Great Orme in Llandudno|
Here's the list of courses we were able to play on the trip:
125 Swansea/Abertawe (Singleton Boating Lake) - Crazy Golf
|Visiting the last remnants of the abandoned Crazy Golf course in Llanfairfechan|
The courses we were unable to play were:
27 Aberystwyth Cliff Railway (Constitution Hill) - The 'Games Room' did have a broken minigolf arcade machine that was out of order
30 Porthmadog - Swedish Felt (arrived at 5.30pm, course closed at 6pm but would not let us play)
31 Porthmadog - Putting (arrived at 5.30pm, course closed at 6pm but would not let us play)
We're looking forward to more trips to Wales in the future. We're regularly visitors and next time we'll hoping to give the new Treetop Adventure Golf course in Cardiff.
Check out our blog post of English to Welsh translations for Minigolf!
|There are a fair few ways to say 'minigolf' in Welsh!|
Related blog posts:
- Minigolf Tour of Wales - Stats & Facts
- Minigolf etc. - English to Welsh translations
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour
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