A visit to the Gator Adventure Golf course in Chorley, Lancashire.
Last month we played our first round of minigolf in the time of coronavirus when we visited Gator Adventure Golf at the Escape Entertainment Venue in Chorley.
The course was the 955th course visited on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour since September 2006.
After seeing the open signs we popped inside, sanitised our hands and headed upstairs for a quick look.
The process for getting us out on the course was straightforward and gave peace of mind. The three members of staff we spoke to - at a great distance - were all friendly and professional and our thanks go to them for helping us have a fun experience.
After giving our details for track and trace to one member of staff at the desk near the entrance another member of staff was getting our cleaned putters, golf balls, pencil and scorecard over by the course. We were told to leave our clubs and balls in the bucket at the exit.
After collecting our equipment we stepped onto the course and our first game of minigolf in the time of coronavirus got underway!
The venue was operating adjusted hours to normal so was closing at 8pm. We arrived at 7.30pm and luckily were able to have a quiet round with the course to ourselves. It was actually the perfect way to get back into the swing of minigolfing and nice to pick up a putter again after so long.