A look back at our visit to the Treasure Island Adventure Golf course at Wonderland Telford.
We visited the 500th course on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour while en route to Oswestry on Friday 13th July 2012.
It was memorable for a number of reasons. As well as being a landmark course visit we clearly remember how bad the weather was on that day. It was tipping it down! We were the only people brave (foolish) enough to play the course. It was also one of the most unique layouts we've played as each of the holes had a different playing surface. Some were concrete, others had felt, others were wooden and some were a mixture!
|Watering Hole was an incredibly appropriate name for this hole!|
|The obstacle and shape of this hole reminded us of some Swedish Felt Mini Golf courses. Except it had metal rails and a concrete base!|
|That's a huge obstacle in the way!|
|Pitching my putt|
|You wouldn't want to over hit your shot into the end of this hole|
The Treasure Island Adventure Golf course at Wonderland Telford became the 300th course we managed to play on our travels.
Emily won our minigolf match-up on the 9-hole course with a score of 29 to my round of 30.
|On board the wooden Pirate Ship hole|
|Emily playing hole 1|
|Quite the follow-through on my shot|
We've now been to 949 courses since September 2006.
|About to walk the plank|