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Really reasonably priced for how lengthy the course is and how long you can spend there. Themed with different areas in the new forest, the attention to detail is excellent. The course is quite challenging compared to your typical crazy gold course, but this does...More
Good course and fair price.
We had fun.
Watch out for your young children on the ferry. Make sure the gates are shut.
The ball going off is okay. Just reposition on he “rough” . the holes with rope rebounds are better.
The New Forest Adventure Golf in Lymington is brilliant. It looks stunning with such great attention to detail. It is a tricky course, the slopes are a killer and it leads to frustration for adults and kids alike, but it’s great fun and worth a...More
A tour of the New Forest with a golf hole representing the famous towns / landmarks is well realised...with the IOW ferry being the obvious highlight. It's all well organised and the course itself is attractive with the water running through it....The only downside is...More
Found out about this place a couple of days ago, an had to check it out an was not disappointed.
Nice little course, an the landscaping is stunning, though did get a lil confused after crossing the pull ferry first time around.
Nicely priced for...More
It is a great crazy golf course, all linked in with local landmarks (including the ferry trip!)
All very attractively done and beautifully kept.
Very friendly staff.
Get there early as does get busy (and be careful if you do th 2nd 9 first as...More
If your going to Lymington, you must visit the adventure golf. Though the course isn't easy, it's so much fun and it's by far the best course that we have visited in this country. It even matches most of the courses in the States. It's...More
Visited this adventure golf course yesterday with my daughter and grandchildren age 4 and 6. We had a lovely time. It was very busy, but it was suggested that we did the second half first, so 9 - 18 and then 1 - 9. It's...More
A very popular activity for families, this frustrating course would be best suited to families with teenagers. Eighteen tricky holes are a bit much for younger children. Our seven year old tried hard, but the four year old struggled and gave up before the end....More