As part of Sunderland's annual illuminations each autumn, a mini-fairground has set up in Cliffe Park in Seaburn, which is just a few minutes walk from our house. And this year, along with the big sightseeing wheel and kiddies rides, a mini golf course has opened up too. Of course, we had to go and take a look!
It's a really nicely constructed course. It's called Golden Putter and there are 18 holes.
Based on the seafront it's in a lovely location tour.
It's a temporary course for the duration of the illuminations and so there was a bit of an uneven playing surface on many of the holes but that really didn't matter. It felt new and fresh, it was clean and inviting and at only £4 a game for adults, it was good value for money too.
You can see the portable course, that's currently in Seaburn, on the Golden Putter website where there's a hole by hole breakdown. It's here.
All in all, this was a really enjoyable game to play with some tricky holes.
Final scores: Sunny Jim 53 and Flaming Nora 62.
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