Choose one of our tailored packages that is the best fit for your event. Mix and match between minigolf and other garden games to create a unique event where no guest gets bored.
With over ten years’ experience in crazy golf hire, we have a good idea of the typical requirements for various types of event. What you need depends on the size of your event, whether you want to hire or buy, how many people are expected to attend, what their ages are and how long the event will last.
Corporate Events: a 9-hole Supersize or Funsize course tends to go down well, or is space is limited, a single long Challenge Putt can be just the thing to bring out the competitor in everyone. A course can be laid out in an office space – along corridors and in meeting areas – to create a fun atmosphere for an office fun day. We can create branded putting greens, foam bumper edges and scorecards specially for your event to reinforce your corporate image.
Weddings: Minigolf is a great way to keep youngsters occupied during what can seem like an eternity for them, and because all ages can play, minigolf can help everyone get along on the big day. Our courses do not mark or damage floors and the balls are low-bounce so accidents are rare. Wedding venues are happy to welcome us as part of the celebrations.
If it is on a Saturday we’ll deliver on the Friday and collect on the Monday. This means you could have a putt on the Friday before the main event, thereby getting two days (or three if anyone wants to play on the Sunday!) for the price of one. We are happy to work with wedding organisers rather than the bride and groom to arrange collection of the course on the Monday, because the bride and groom will probably be off on their honeymoon and not want to go back to the wedding venue.
Parties: Children from 7 upwards love competing at minigolf. Our children’s birthday party package has junior length putters and soft balls for indoor use.
Schools & Colleges: We’ve hired to lots of schools for events such as fundraising, open days, fetes and parties. The courses work in gyms and assembly halls as well as outdoors on a playing field or tennis court. A 9-hole course is usually best if a large number of students and staff will be playing at the same time.
Charity Fundraising: A proven way to raise funds for charity is to organise a sponsored mini-golfathon or tournament. Players are sponsored per hole, and other funds can be raised by asking for corporate sponsorship of each hole or trophies. We can come and run the event for you if requested. A 9-hole course is a good idea to avoid bottlenecks and keep people moving round the course. See our Charity Fundraising page for a breakdown of possible sponsorship and more details.
Pubs & Hotels: Purchase a course as a permanent attraction or hire one for a one-day or multi-day event. People of all ages love it. Putters mean punters!