Unfortunately the annual Paradise Island Adventure Golf Open Championship will not be taking place at the current time.
The decision is understandable, but we're really looking forward to playing in the event again in the future.
Emily won the Paradise Island Adventure Golf Open Championship at the Trafford Centre in Manchester last year, while I won the 2018 competition.
|Emily Gottfried, 2019 Paradise Island Adventure Golf Open Champion|
Emily scored a course record of 30 on the Temple Ruins layout - the course par is 42 - which was enough to fend off the challenge of thousands of other players who competed over the four-day event. Her round included seven holes-in-one on the 18-hole course.
|Richard Gottfried, 2018 Paradise Island Adventure Golf Open Champion|
The annual PIAG Open competition takes place across the brand's eight venues and is the largest Open minigolf tournament in the UK with thousands of players competing across three age categories at each venue.
More information on the PIAG courses in Manchester, Cheshire Oaks, Glasgow, Livingston, Sheffield, Derby, Rushden Lakes and Plymouth can be found on the Paradise Island Adventure Golf website.