A former Ellesmere Port nightclub bursts back into life as an adventure golf destination this Saturday (December 19).
Set amidst a tropical island paradise over an expansive 13,000 sq ft space, the new adventure facility offers the ultimate mini-golf challenge with two bespoke 18-hole golf courses.
Full of twists and turns, the courses have been designed to send the ball and player on a rollercoaster ride with mini-golfers’ skills being tested to the limit through a maze of obstacles and uneven terrain.
Explorers on the Coral Cove course tee-off at the port side on an abandoned shipwreck with an old rusty boat, crates and barrels and a striking shark’s head. Players navigate through sea caves and rock pools to reach a tranquil tropical desert island beach with palm trees and beautiful seascape.
Voyagers then travel through the jungle and an eerie cannibal camp before completing the journey in temple ruins with snakes, ancient statues and dense overgrown rainforest.
Adventurers on the Lazy Lagoon course are transported to Morocco as they tee-off at a mysterious bazaar spice market, full of exotic fruits, carpets and lanterns against a backdrop of rich sounds and smells.
The eastern expedition continues through a maharaja’s ruined palace in a jungle full of ancient trees, bats and monkeys before completing the journey on a desert island beach and sea shell filled blue lagoon.
Both courses culminate at the final 19th hole where players are challenged to complete it in one for the chance to win a free game pass.
Craig Nichol, marketing manager at Paradise Island, said: “It’s fantastic to be introducing Cheshire to the exciting world of adventure golf which is fast becoming one of the most popular attractions on the UK leisure scene.
“This is crazy golf as you’ve never seen it before and we’re really looking forward to welcoming our first contenders.
“The courses are an excellent way to challenge yourself while having fun with friends, families and even loved ones, where things can get really competitive!”