A look at the minigolf course in Guildford's Stoke Park.
The course was the 399th played on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour.
We played the 18-hole Swedish Felt B-Run Minigolf course as part of a competition for National Miniature Golf Day in 2016.
What started as an exploration of the minigolf courses in the UK and around the world has exploded into all areas of the weird, wonderful and especially the unique. Sharing the great (and not so great) things we find, learn about and appreciate as we go!
|The Dutch text reads Vouw de ansichtkaart langs de stippellijnen, en druk het balletje uit de kaart (Fold the postcard along the dotted lines and push the ball out of the card)|
|Butlinland Minehead. Crazy Golf and Chair Lift. John Hinde Studios. 24 May 1976|
|The additional rules of Pitch & Putt during the current 'new normal'|
|Spacing lines for queuing at the course|
|The green of hole 1|
|A view of one of the holes at Bruntwood Park's Pitch & Putt course|
|You can just make out two golfers playing the course in the distance|
|Social distancing signage at the entrance|
|Spacing marked out on the approach to the first tee|
|Playing hole 1|
|I always keep my minigolf scorecards, but someone had discarded theirs elsewhere in the park. Sad to see|
|We couldn't find the 'court' and we got a bit lost in the woods too|
|Having fun in Stockport last year|
|I'm so glad I went to Urmston last October!|
|South Park is home to Stockport & District Society of Model Engineers|
|To the trains|
|Old arrows at the entrance - they look well spaced out in the times of social distancing|
|A view of the loop|
|A pair of park benches with a fine view of the miniature railway|
|End of the line|
|A small selection of my Pac-Man collection|
|Playing Pac-Man in Morecambe last summer|