A look at the Putt-Putt miniature golf courses at Moullie Point in Cape Town, South Africa.
Many thanks to my friend and world traveller PJ Goedhals for sending over some photos from his visit to his home town Putt Putt course in Cape Town, South Africa.
|The Putt-Putt miniature golf course in Three Anchor Bay in Moullie Point / Sea Point, Cape Town, South Africa. Photo by PJ Goedhals|
PJ managed to shoot an even par and the lowest round of the day!
|Local champion PJ Goedhals on the Putt-Putt leaderboard|
PJ said that the courses used to be blue and orange, with the course closest in the photo being the orange course. According to his old stats, it plays about 3-4 shots tougher than the blue course.
|PJ's scorecard from the round - a round of 36 on a Putt-Putt course is solid|
I've blogged about the course before, the first time was after buying a postcard of it, the second time was when Adam Trigg sent me a snap of it while he was there.
This year marks the 65th anniversary of the first Putt-Putt course, set-up by Don Clayton in Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA back in 1954.
We're yet to play the Putt-Putt brand of miniature golf. Sadly there are no longer any Putt-Putt courses in the UK. Hopefully we'll get to play the format on our travels in the future.