A look at the Pitch & Putt and Crazy Golf courses at Shibden Park in Halifax.
We visited Halifax in West Yorkshire for the first time on Saturday. We've been meaning to go there since we moved north in 2016 and finally found some time to a look round. We really liked the town and are looking forward to a return visit.
While there we played at the new Galactic Golf indoor adventure golf. Once we'd wandered around the town centre we drove out via Shibden Park where we knew there was a four-hole(!) Crazy Golf course.
|The entrance to the two miniature golf courses|
|Up these steps is the strangest Crazy Golf course we've ever seen|
Our friend and minigolf rival Brad Shepherd had played the course in 2015 and we were intrigued by the layout.
Shibden Park is a nice spot and we enjoyed our walk round it. We also found it's home to a miniature railway.
As the park is quite large and we didn't fancy a wild goose chase looking for the Crazy Golf course I called Brad and he told me the course was next to a Pitch & Putt course. Another bonus.
|The Pitch & Putt course|
But the Crazy Golf was certainly a sight to behold!
|It looked like a minigolf course graveyard|
The Pitch and Putt course at Shibden Park was the 936th course visited on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour. The Crazy Golf course the 937th.
|Hole 2 is there|
|A closer look at an obstacle|
|One of the best worst course visits we've made in the last thirteen years|