Adventure Golf

The other day I finally managed to play on the adventure golf course in Norddeich. Adventure golf? You're probably wondering: what exactly is it? Basically, it's directly comparable to the well-known minigolf. However, there are a few small differences:

The lanes are larger and you play on the track. The course itself, made of artificial turf, blends in beautifully with the natural surroundings, giving it a special flair.

At first glance, it's easy to think that these are simple courses compared to conventional minigolf. But at second glance, it quickly becomes clear that it's not as easy as it looks, because the courses are anything but even and straight. In fact, there are barely visible hills here and there, so that the golf ball keeps on rolling instead of coming to rest in a good position in relation to the hole.

Adventure Golf

As in real golf, there are also areas with higher artificial turf in yellow, green and blue. These are intended to represent sand, high grass and water and make it even more difficult to hit the ball correctly. And who would have thought it: these spots are often the deepest! If it decides not to stop, the golf ball is guaranteed to roll right into it.

So watch out: If you fancy a round, there's one thing you should definitely know. Adventure golf requires brain and feeling to master the courses.