A look at the history of miniature golf in Worthing's Denton Gardens.
Minigolf was first played in Denton Gardens on Tuesday 1st July 1924!
Almost a century later and the relatively new Splash Point Mini Golf course there is going strong and is popular with locals, tourists, enthusiasts and the characters of the British Minigolf Association tour.
|Playing hole 7 - the hardest hole on the course|
The first miniature golf courses in Denton Gardens were of the grass Putting variety, when both sides of the lawn in the gardens were given over to minigolf Putting courses.
|Worthing, Denton Gardens, Putting Green. The Photochrom Co Ltd. Posted to Birchington, Kent on 30 July 1928|
|Putting Green, Denton Gardens, Worthing. Photogravure by S. & E. Ltd., Hastings. Postally unused. Undated|
|The Putting Green, Denton Gardens, Worthing. Picture Post Card by Wardell's. Postally unused. Undated|
|Playing hole 13 on the 3rd July 2010. The course has a lot more foliage now!|
We've returned on many occasions to compete in tournaments and to play for fun. You can see what the course looked like on our return to the course in April this year.
|Emily playing hole 12|
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