In May 2011 we visited Skegness as part of a road trip along the Lincolnshire coast. In May 2015 we returned for some more fun and games in the seaside resort. Here's a list of the courses we know of in Skegness.
- Arnold Palmer Putting Courses on North Parade - includes two Crazy Golf courses (one 9-hole, one 18-hole) and an 18-hole grass Putting course.
|The start of the 9-hole Crazy Golf course at the Arnold Palmer Putting course. The rocket ship in the top right of the photo is an obstacle on the 18-hole course|
|The excellent grass Putting Mini Golf course at the Arnold Palmer site|
- Gold Mine Adventure Golf course at the Pleasure Beach - a 9-hole course.
|Hole 2 of the Gold Mine Adventure Golf course at the Pleasure Beach. You can see part of the Cactus Canyon River Ride to the right of the photo|
- Jolly Roger Adventure Golf course on Grand Parade - includes two 9-hole layouts.
|A view of one of the two courses at the Jolly Roger Adventure Golf. We played them both in May 2011|
- Miniature Golf at the North Shore Holiday Centre and Caravan Park - an 8-hole course.
|One of the holes of the Miniature Golf courses at the North Shore Holiday Centre. It's not too far from the seafront or town centre and is worth a play. The nearby pub is called The Pitch & Putt Inn|
- Pitch and Putt course on Princes Parade - a 9-hole course.
|We're yet to play the Pitch & Putt course and on our most recent visit we were there too early in the season|
- Pebble Beach Adventure Golf course at the Pleasure Beach - a 9-hole course.
|We were able to play the Pebble Beach Adventure Golf course on our second visit to the seaside resort. It's well worth a play|
- The Original Crazy Golf course on South Parade - a 12-hole layout.
|This is the site of England's first-ever Crazy Golf course. The game has been played in the town since 1926!|
We've also visited and played a number of other courses in Lincolnshire.
Related blog posts:
- Minigolf, Crazy Golf and Adventure Golf Courses on the Lincolnshire Coast