A look at miniature golf courses in and around Birmingham.
We should've been at a friend's birthday part in Birmingham at the weekend. Unfortunately the coronavirus pandemic lockdown put paid to that trip.
|Playing hole 1 at Joe Joe Jim's Crazy Crazy Golf at Fletcher's Arcade in Cofton Hackett|
While we were there we would very likely have grabbed a game at one of the many minigolf courses in the city.
The last new indoor course we played on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour was at That Funky Golf Place in Wythall, Birmingham.
|That Funky Golf Place in Wythall|
The first course we ever played in Birmingham was Adventure Island Mini Golf at Star City back in 2008.
|Adventure Island Mini Golf at Star City|
En route to that layout to play in the weekly Monday night league I used call in at the Four Ashes Golf Centre in Dorridge, Solihull. There's an adventure golf course there now. That's in addition to the older minigolf course.
|Adventure Golf at the Four Ashes Golf Centre in Dorridge, Solihull|
There's an 18-hole indoor crazy golf course at Ghetto Golf at the Custard Factory in Digbeth.
|Ghetto Golf at the Custard Factory in Digbeth|
The city's Cannon Hill Park is home to two 18-hole Golden Putter Adventure Golf courses.
|Golden Putter Adventure Golf at Cannon Hill Park|
In Cofton Hackett you will find probably the craziest crazy golf course in the UK. It's called Joe Joe Jim's Crazy Crazy Golf and can be found at Fletcher's Arcade.
|Joe Joe Jim's Crazy Crazy Golf at Fletcher's Arcade in Cofton Hackett|
At Mr Mulligan's Space Golf you'll find three 12-hole indoor adventure golf courses at the Broadway Plaza just outside the city centre.
|Mr Mulligan's Space Golf at the Broadway Plaza|
As well as minigolf you can also find a Pit-Pat Table Golf course at The Floodgate in Digbeth.
|Pit-Pat Table Golf at The Floodgate in Digbeth|
The midlands has a number of minigolf courses and we've enjoyed games in Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, Coventry, West Bromwich, Tamworth, Sutton Coldfield, Lichfield and Walsall.