A visit to the pop-up Crazy Golf course at Coal Drops Yard in King's Cross, London.
I called in to Coal Drops Yard in King's Cross to play the CLUB GOLF crazy golf pop-up in the shopping and dining area yesterday.
|At the 948th course visited on the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour|
|Hole 1 by night|
Artists Baker & Borowski created the 9-hole themed Crazy Golf layout inspired by the rave culture in the King's Cross area back in the 1980's and 90's.
|There are a lot of signs for the course directing people all the way from King's Cross station|
Players can tee-off on the course midday to 8pm Monday to Saturday, with games costing £5 (under 12s play for free). The layout opened on the 19th February and will close on the 29th March.
|Hole 3's loop-di-loop|
The course was the 948th visited on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour.
|Holes 7 and 9|
In my round I shot a 23 - the scorecard noted that the maximum score allowed was 63! A seven on each hole.
|Hole 6 begins on the balcony|
|The pipe then flows down to ground level|
|And onto the 'green'|
|The putting area of hole 6|
Visit the Coal Drops Yard website for more information.
|The Club House|
I spotted this Crazy Golf beer at the Club Golf minigolf pop-up at Coal Drops Yard in King's Cross, London in February this year.
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