If you own, operate or manage a minigolf course we'd love to share information about your venue.
With an ever-growing collection of minigolf items, ephemera and memories the Crazy Golf Museum reaches a worldwide audience through its website, blogs and social media.
The collection will eventually be housed in a bricks and mortar museum and exhibition space. Since July 2010 the online museum has been the premier space for sharing the history of the game.
We're also keen to share information about online contests and courses in the here and now, as well as future tournaments and events. What is current today soon ebbs into history.
We also want to share your stories and memories of the great game. If you have any interesting, quirky or obscure minigolf items we'd love to see them. In fact we also like seeing items that might be perceived as dull or mundane. Did you know we have some minigolf sugar cubes and wet-wipes in our archives?
I bought a number of superb old postcards at the last fair I attended, one of them was this cracking old card showing a temporary / portable Crazy Golf course at Alum Chine, Bournemouth. It was printed by Deardon & Wade Bournemouth. It's postally unused and undated.
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