From Our Editors
Crazy golf is a fun game for all the family. It is not difficult, there are no complicated rules and, best of all, a family ticket gives great entertainment and excellent value for money. Broomfield Adventure Golf is open from 11.00 until 17.00 on Saturdays, Sundays and any day when the children are not at school, all through the year in Broomfield Park (near New Southgate and Palmers Green). There is no need to book and all the relevant equipment is provided: clubs, balls, scorecards and a pencil. Children also get a free bag of sweeties. Although there is some element of skill involved, the large part of Broomfield Adventure Golf is luck, which means that a six year old is just as likely to win a hole as an adult who spends every waking hour glued to the sports coverage. There are nine different holes on the course, each of which has dastardly hazards, but the aim is simple: get the little ball into the little holes with as few shots as possible. Navigate around the zig zags, judge the slopes and avoid the obstacles to be in with the chance of being crowned the family's champion mini golfer. Whenever somebody picks up a putter, the element of competition comes to the fore. Mini golf brings out a competitive streak in everybody. A round of mini golf in London is a simple pleasure that will create enduring, happy memories.