Well I never made it to the rooftop to play Crazy Golf at Selfridges last year but I came across this innovative and fun crazy golf game called Flick Golf available from Not On The High Street which consists of famous London Landmarks and it is made from recyclable materials too!
The game allows you to create your own tabletop flick golf course and the kit contains five different landmark obstacles for you to create your own mini golf course. Flick the paper balls over Tower Bridge, under under Big Ben and the London Eye then through St Paul’s Cathedral before putting it into the hole on the lawn at Buckingham Palace.
I have many mini golf players that I am sure would like a challenge on this table top game. Even a possibility of its own place in the Crazy Golf Museum – if you didn’t think such a thing existed they have some great vintage crazy golf games.
I still wish I had the opportunity to have play crazy golf at Selfridges last Summer. Jelly crazy golf obstacles, large cake themed landmarks and not forgetting the purple felt! Three of my favourite things – jelly, cake and purple!
Have you any favourite landmarks in London that you think should feature on a crazy golf course?