If you think you’ve got what it takes then come and test yourself at Sandbanks Crazy Golf, the South Coast’s best crazy golf course, right next to Europe’s best beach.
Bring your friends and family and come on down to take on our 18 unforgiving holes - hopefully you won’t fall out with everyone by the end of the round!
Whether you’re looking for tough competition, or just a bit of fun, then we look forward to seeing you - whatever your age.
You can find us right next to the main car park, by the children’s play area.
Contact Us: 01202 706561 email@example.com
Spring 2018: We're open every day this week, for half term, from 10.00am - 5.30pm - weather permitting.
For the remainder of Feb & Mar it's weekends only, until Good Friday 30 Mar when we open every day for the Summer season!
If in any doubt call us on 01202 706561 (during opening hours).
Please Note that our other course, Poole Park Crazy Golf, re-opens for Summer on Good Friday too!
Sandbanks Crazy Golf course is located next to the main car park at Sandbanks Beach in one of the most beautiful locations on the South Coast!
Right next to the great Children's play area and close to the Sandbanks Beach Cafe.
Postcode: BH13 7QQ
Call us for directions: 01202 706561
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Groups & Events
Sandbanks Crazy Golf provides the perfect opportunity for a fun, yet competitive game, for everyone from the office, factory, school, or club.
Great deals for everyone, why not give us a call to discuss: 01202 706561 or e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandbanks Crazy Golf are delighted to offer the course for charity events, please call Tony on 07966 481874 to discuss.
If you would like to organise a 'team building' event for your organisation, we can help. Call Tony 07966 481874.
1. LIZARD ISLAND Par 2
A tricky starter over a narrow bridge onto the island. Gently does it or you'll be in the water!
2. THE LIGHTHOUSE Par 2
Again over a bridge but this one needs an even softer touch as the bridge slopes downhill.
3. TWIN PEAKS Par 2
Dead straight with just enough to get over the second hump should leave you an easy 2 shots.
4. RAMPTASTIC Par 2
A little right of centre and the ramp will bring you round.
5. ROUND THE BEND Par 2
A firm hit into the perimeter ahead of you will see the ball ricochet all the way to the hole
6. CRAZY CRATERS Par 2
Round the wall on the right or tight to the left. Either way and you could be punching the air
7. THREE SISTERS Par 2
Best attempt for a hole in one is to go for the peak of the 3rd sister and hope for decent rebound off the back wall.
8. SANDBANKS CASTLE Par 2
A narrow opening demands precision on this short hole.
9. DOUBLE TROUBLE Par 3
Many people's favorite, this hole is best attacked with confidence. Aim to the right of the right of the hole in the 1st ramp. Get it in and it could hole in 1, miss it and the ball should follow the line of the ramps leaving you a gimme.
10. WHIRLY GIG Par 2
Straight through the loop-the-loop and not too hard, or you'll have a tough 2nd shot.
11. SEA RESCUE Par 2
Uphill through the boat requires a firm strait push. Good chance of a hole in one as it drops.
12. DOWN & OUT Par 2
Don't go too hard here or you'll be back where you started!
13. CRAZY STEPPES Par 2
Gently as you can round the inside of the bend and you might get lucky with the bounce.
14. TOP DROP Par 3
Softly into the narrow opening and hope for a decent roll out of the pipe on the lower level.
15. UPHILL STRUGGLE Par 2
Aim to the right of the hole to allow for the camber. Too soft and you won't make it up, too hard and you'll rebound back down!
16. VESUVIUS Par 3
Get balanced and take a deep breath. Known by some as the Anthill, this most frustrating volcano is all about perfect power.
17. PIPE DREAMS Par 3
The right pipe is the target and a small one it is too. Well worth playing a lay-up on this one, as you need reasonable power to get the ball out the other end of the pipe.
18. HOME RUN Par 1
This hole should be a doddle, as long as you can hit straight, that is!
Come and try to break the course record, currently standing at 33! Well done Steve Bailey - the new record holder from 7 September 2016.