While we're BIG fans of miniature golf, Emily and I do occasionally play a bit of regular golf, albeit mostly Pitch & Putt. We also enjoy playing grass Putting courses and we've visited a fair few of those on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour.
|Emily playing the brilliant Putting course in Cromer|
The National Golf Month campaign is coordinated by the British Golf Industry Association and its members. This year's National Golf Month is focused on getting more women golfing.
|Emily teeing-off at Bruntwood Park's Pitch & Putt course in Cheadle. The layout is combined with a Footgolf course, hence the BIG cup|
This year marks the 150th of the world's first miniature golf course. The Himalayas Putting course at St Andrews was created in 1867 specifically for female players to use. It's a wonderful course and location and a real pleasure to play.
|Emily playing The Himalayas Putting course at St Andrews in 2012|
Each year there are two quasi-official annual 'days' when you can celebrate the game. National Miniature Golf Day falls on the second Saturday in May. In 2017 this will be on Saturday 13th May. So even more reason to get out and have a round of (mini)golf next month!
|Emily playing the Putt in the Park course at Battersea Park on Miniature Golf Day 2015|
Check out the National Golf Month website and social media channels for more info and updates.
|Playing on Stockwood Park's 'Mini Golf' course in Luton. My last round on the 9-hole course before we moved north last summer|