FAQ

FAQ

Do I need to book?

No. There is currently no booking policy for our Pirate Adventure Golf. Please, however give us a call prior to arrival if there is a large group (8 or more) of you thinking of popping down so we can prepare putters and balls for you!

Can our group go round the Pirate Adventure Golf together?

We have a set a limit to no more than 4 players per hole. You are however, more than welcome to follow each other around the course in groups of 4 or less.

Do you provide putters and balls?

Yes we do!.. At no extra cost. You will also be provided with a scorecard and pencil.

We are thinking of playing the Pirate Adventure Golf as part of a corporate/team building day. Is this possible?

Yes it is! Food and drinks are also available from our Premier Lounge Café bar. To discuss your options and pricing email or call us on 01482 494948.

How old do you have to be to play?

We recommend children should be at least 5 years of age to play the Pirate Adventure Golf.

What are the options?

9 holes (1 round)
18 holes (2 rounds)
Early birdie (before 11am - 18 holes only)

How long does it take?

The Pirate Adventure Golf course usually takes approximately 15-25 minutes to complete (9 holes)

When do you open and what is the last time I can start?

We open at 9am every day of the week. During weekdays the last time you can start is 8pm - and on the weekend at 5:15pm.

I’ve had a great round!.. How do I get on the scoreboard?

Hand your signed and dated scorecard in to a member of staff, ensuring your FULL name is present and your email address.

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leaderboard

1 James Drinkall
2 Ben Rozenbroek
3 Steve Robins
4 Andy Allcock
5 Rich Cooke

Captain’s Hook

(Hole One)

A strong break to the right means sticking to the left is a must.. but be warned, go too far left and you’ll find a barrel blocking your path!

Treacherous Waters

(Hole Two)

Be accurate to avoid splashing around in the water. You’ll have to go under the shark our resident pirates captured earlier!

Slave’s Dog Leg

(Hole Three)

It’s a huge dog leg right on 3.

The hole isn’t even in sight!

Buried Treasure

(Hole Four)

It’s up and down on the 4th due to the hidden gold. Choose your line carefully!

Cristobal’s Crook

(Hole Five)

It’s a balancing act on 5. Not enough power and you’re all at sea. Too much, and face a one shot penalty!

One Eyed Prisoner

(Hole Six)

The trick on 6 is to go under the cannon. Fail to do so though and you could end up right back at square 1!

Pirate’s Den

(Hole Seven)

The 7th may look simple, but the pin is ever so slightly out of reach.. Should you risk it and come off the back wall to get the hole in one?

Treasured Cove

(Hole Eight)

Hole 8 can be tricky.. You need to avoid the sand but go close to it for a chance of
a hole in one!?

Barrel Run

(Hole Nine)

The simplest hole.. But get it wrong and you’re in big trouble! Be sure to use enough power to see the ball disappear, a weak effort will see your ball roll right back at yer!