We unexpectedly spotted a Crazy Golf course at Porth Island on our drive from Newquay to Padstow during our South West of England roadtrip in 2015.
|The most difficult hole on the course|
The course looked interesting, and similar to a Beton Concrete type of miniature golf course.
|At the 646th course visited on our tour|
However, the playing surface was one of the most bumpy we'd ever played on and coupled with the bouncy golf balls made for one of the most frustrating rounds of minigolf we've ever played. In fact we didn't even manage to finish the round, instead calling it a draw with the score level at 55 shots apiece!
|Emily teeing-off on hole 1|
|Playing over three cups before a tunnel and the actual final hole on this lane!|
|Very crazy Krazy Golf|
|The last hole was fairly straightforward...|
|...but had a funny green...|
|....with signs of repair...|
|...and a scary cup that we refused to putt into! Far too many cobwebs for our liking!|
The course was the 47th visited on our two-week holiday, the 377th played overall and the 646th visited on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour.
You can find the Crazy Golf course next to the Newquay Football Golf layout. Check out the website for more info.
|The Porth Island Football Golf course is different to FootGolf...|
|...most notably because it has a goal!|
Related blog posts:
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour
- Mini Golf in the South West of England
- Playing Krazy Golf on Porth Island, Newquay
- Newquay Football Golf
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