The new Jurassic Bay Adventure Golf course in Shanklin on the Isle of Wight is now open.
Many thanks to my mate Dan Paynton for sending over these snaps from his visit to the new Jurassic Bay Adventure Golf course in Shanklin on the Isle of Wight.
Dan visited and played both the new Jurassic course and the Pirates Cove course.
|The Pirates Cove Adventure Golf course - when we first visited in 2008 this area was a grass Putting Course|
It's crazy to see how many transformations the Jurassic course has had in the last few years!
|The first version of hole 12 we saw in 2008|
In 2008 we visited the Isle of Wight and the first course we played there - and our 63rd overall on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour - was the Miniature Golf course on Shanklin Seafront. Since that visit the course has been refurbished and changed from the concrete 'Beton' style to an 'Arnold Palmer Putting Course'. We played that version of the course in 2016.
|It'll be interesting to see how hole 13 has changed on the new dinosaur adventure golf course|
|A view of the course in 2016 - the windmill is now gone|
|Hole 10 in 2016|
|Hole 12 in 2016|
Interestingly the base layout has remained largely unchanged in the three iterations. It must be the only minigolf course in the world that has had these particular changes made to it over the years.
|This is how the large banked dogleg hole looked in 2008|
|This is how it looked in 2016|
|The 2018 version|
Check out the post from our visit to the course in its last guise to see more of the differences and similarities.
Visit the Shanklin Seafront website for more information, opening times and prices.
Related blog posts:
- Isle of Wight
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour