Work on your handicap as you spend a day on the golf course in Greater Yarmouth
With 6 courses to complete, one indoors, two in Hemsby, and three on Great Yarmouth seafront, it'll take you several days to play them all and crown a winner.
Hemsby is a busy village seaside resort with a stunning sandy beach just north of Great Yarmouth, the perfect spot to break yourselves into your golfing challenge. The forgotten land of the dinosuars awaits at Lost World Golf in Hemsby where you can take to the greens and get your eye in over your first 9 holes.
A quick spin round one of the near-by go-kart tracks will get your pulse racing after your game, then it's time for some lunch at The Lacon Arms. Sit out front or in the large beer garden to the back. Lacons is a time-honoured local Yarmouth brewer, if you fancy a lunch-time tipple, there's sure to be some on tap.
After lunch and perhaps a quick look at the beautiful beach or even a paddle, it's time to tackle the 15 hole Stonehenge mini golf course complete with standing stones to be navigated as you drive the ball home.
After a hard day's play, you'll be forgiven for having a go on the amusements along Beach Road, perhaps treating yourself to a doughnut and having a few rides at the Fun Park, you're on holiday after all.
Great Yarmouth's Golden Mile is the venue for today's play - if you're driving, North Drive long stay car park might be your best value parking option with a short walk past Britannia Pier to your first destination.
Pirates Cove is a fantastic adventure themed golf course with 18 tricky holes to play over beautifully landscaped greens, with pirates leering out of their crows nests and palm tree fronds waving in the breeze.
Best get started early so you can have a breather afterwards, perfect timing for a trip out to see Scroby Sands and the seals from Central Beach.
Enjoy an ice cream sundae at Joyland Diner or some lunch in one of the many restaurants on the Golden Mile, then tackle an additional 10 holes at Hollywood Indoor Adventure Golf.
Unusually housed inside a former theatre, it's the ideal place to ensure rain won't stop play or for a shady break if the sun's beating down on you.
Head to the southern end of Great Yarmouth's Golden Mile for your final day's play, with long stay parking at St. Nicholas car park, opposite Pleasure Beach Gardens possibly your best option if you're travelling by car.
Having navigated your penultimate course, you might feel like zipping round the Segway track afterwards, a quick turn round the big wheel with amazing views over Great Yarmouth, or relaxing in next-door Merrivale Model Village's landscaped gardens, before lunch in their tearooms and gathering your wits to take on your final golfing challenge.
The grande finale takes place in Greater Yarmouth's newest 18 hole course at Castaway Island with real palm trees blowing in the breeze and a tall lighthouse to navigate.
Once you're done, tot up your score over the three days and crown your overall champion. Time for a well-deserved celebration.
Hirsty's Fun Park near Great Yarmouth is fun for all the family. Activities include go-karts, haybale mountains, swings, football game, crazy croquet and Maizeys snack shack. During summer get lost and found in our unique maze of maize!
One of Great Yarmouth's best loved family attractions, is set in over an acre of award winning landscaped gardens with streams, waterfalls, lake with Koi Carp, garden railway & picnic area. New for 2016 - the Merrivale Eye!
At Pleasure Beach Gardens visitors of all ages can enjoy a round of adventure golf on the 12 hole course.
Pleasure Beach Gardens, Great Yarmouth, has plenty to entertain youngsters and the young at heart including a variety of amusements, junior driving activities, 12 hole adventure golf and shoot out football and water fun games.
The Pleasure Beach Great Yarmouth situated on the seafront, is a 9-acre leisure park featuring many rides and attractions. Check out our new attractions for 2016!
Set within 50 acres of enclosed coastal parkland and just 10 mins from the seaside town of Great Yarmouth, Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park has so much to do and explore.
Banham Zoo is an award-winning family attraction and one of the most exciting wildlife attractions in the country with over 2,000 animals from around the world.
Discover the Norfolk Broads, Britain's magical waterland by joining Broad Tours for a river trip. All trips include an entertaining live commentary.
An award winning forest of wild family fun and adventure. Treehouse, zip wires, jungle bridges, Crocklebogs, boat trips, storytelling, marsh walks and really yummy food!
Pettitts Animal Adventure Park near Great Yarmouth is best described as three fun parks in one. Pettitts has rides galore, family entertainment, exotic and domestic animals and birds to see, animals to feed & pet.
Dinosaur Adventure offers a host of outdoor and indoor activities. Children can tackle the great outdoor play areas, as well as Jurassic Putt, Pterodactyl’s Treehouse, Dinomite, and Dippy’s Splash Zone.
130 acres of ancient woodland with over 3.5 miles of paths. We have a tearoom, gift shop, bird hide, children's nature trail and plant sales area. We also have a programme of events all year round - details can be found on our website.
Britain's only indoor adventure crazy golf-11 fabulous themed areas in the Historic Windmill Theatre on Yarmouth seafront (situated opposite the Sealife centre) with showbiz, theatre & cinema memorabilia in historic 1908 landmark building.
A stunning, dinosaur themed minigolf course. Nine holes of family fun, and why not try your hand at ‘panning for gold’ while you’re here! Floodlit at dusk.
Fun Park in Hemsby near Great Yarmouth. Family entertainment park, dodgems, waltzers, go-carts, children's rides & a giant slide, slide as long as you like!
Berney Marshes alongside the Breydon Water estuary in Great Yarmouth is a wonderfully unspoilt RSPB nature reserve. Experience the spectacle of the tens of thousands of wintering birds that visit the estuary and surrounding grazing marshes.
Stracey Arms Drainage Mill near Great Yarmouth is a drainage mill with access by 2 ladders to the cap showing the brakewheel and gears. Within the mill is an exhibition of the history of drainage mills and a souvenir shop & tea room nearby.
Berney Arms Windmill
Visit one of Norfolk's best and largest extant marsh mills, built to grind a constituent of cement and in use until 1951, for subsequently pumping water to drain surrounding marshland.
Great Yarmouth Landaus
Clip clop up and down along Marine Parade in Great Yarmouth in a landau.
The Broads is ideal for cycling, with quiet roads, gentle slopes and beautiful countryside
An early 20th century wind powered drainage mill standing on the edge of Horsey Mere - part of the Broads an internationally important wetland.
Scroby Sands Boat Trips
Scroby Sands Boat Trips operate from Great Yarmouth's Central Beach throughout the summer months (end of May - end Sept), chalkboards by the beach advertise the times. Scroby Sands is home to Scroby windfarm and a colony of grey seals.
Hall Farm Fisheries
Hall Farm Fisheries in Burgh Castle, near Great Yarmouth has two lakes and is open for day and night fishing all year round. Hall Farm fishing and its facilities are disabled friendly.
Stonehenge - The BIG mini golf
Stonehenge mini golf in the village of Hemsby, Great Yarmouth, is great fun for all the family. A uniquely themed crazy golf course sure to delight the young and young at heart.