The first minigolf course is in Mariefred. John tells me its a picturesque town on Lake Mälaren and in addition to the minigolf there is a miniature railway too. Sounds marvellous and it looks great there.
|What a nice setting for a game of minigolf|
|The miniature railway looks great too|
|The course is a Swedish Felt type|
The second course is in Siggesta Gård, on Värmdö and is more of a fantasy course compared to the Swedish Felt layout in Mariefred. It also looks brilliant and a course I'd definitely like a round or two on.
|The course looks quite tricky, with some long holes|
|Quite a u-turn!|
|A fenced off feeding cow as an obstacle!|
|Followed by a GIANT teacup and saucer|
|Quite a normal hole after the teacup|
|The course looked like it was proving popular|
|A road bridge takes you to the green on this hole|
|A building you play into / out of!|
Earlier this year John sent me some great snaps of the snow covered 'Bangolf' minigolf course at the Hellasgården in Nacka, Sweden and courses in Sandhamn and Sigtuna. It's always lovely to see different courses from around the world.
In 2011 Emily and I viisted Sweden to play for the Great Britain team in the WMF Nations Cup international tournament in Stockholm.