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Minigolf in your garden

Mon, 06 Sep 2010  |  Jon Angel, UrbanCrazy

In May this year, UrbanCrazy took on our most exciting project yet – to design and construct a bespoke miniature golf course in a private back garden in North London. We were asked to include a water feature, as many natural elements as possible and to make the course attractive and fun to play. To add interest, it was also decided that one of the holes would weave in and out of the shed!

UrbanCrazy’s team are more used to building courses in open areas such as parks and leisure centres, so this project was always going to be a challenge and even more so once Rocky The Rottweiler from next door began to take an interest! But, as usual, UrbanCrazy completed the work on budget and on schedule – and on Saturday 7 August, their clients Paul and Bobby Abrahams hosted a party in the back garden to toast their exciting new, miniature golf course, which was enjoyed by all the guests.

Please click on the large image (top right) to view the photo gallery.

Paul Abrahams said “UrbanCrazy showed flair and imagination in the design of our rear garden and miniature golf course, with each hole offering both hope for the brave and danger for the unwary! Throughout the design, build and landscaping process, the team were polite, prompt, hard-working and professional in all they did and their work was of the highest standard.

Water in a garden is very important to me and one of our favourite elements is the water feature they created, which we think is very attractive and particularly beautiful at dusk, with the tall rock picked out by the lights. Those who have visited the garden have, without exception, admired it, with one expressing the view that what he liked most was the eccentricity!

It really is a very unique landscaped garden and golf course – thank you UrbanCrazy.”

We like making people happy! To find out how UrbanCrazy can transform your garden, please contact us or telephone 08456 860 360.

Credits: Photos by www.stevegorton.com, www.benangel.com and www.urbancrazy.com

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