Doritos presents Dip Desperado

Doritos Dip Desperado

Wed, 27 Jul 2011  |  Jon Angel, UrbanCrazy

The latest Doritos marketing campaign features a TV ad telling the story of fictional character Esteban Ortega aka The Doritos Desperado, “chip, dip, flick” champion for an incredible 22 years, eventually losing his title in 1989. Read more

Customised flags at the Scottish Open

Scotland the Brave

Tue, 12 Jul 2011  |  Jon Angel, UrbanCrazy

The UrbanCrazy crew have just returned from Inverness where we were sponsored by Barclays and Club Golf to provide our all-weather, 9-hole ‘Contemporary Minigolf Course’ plus staffing for the duration of the Barclays Scottish Open Golf Tournament. Read more

Clubs – different lengths

Special offers on accessories!

Sun, 22 May 2011  |  James Palmer, UrbanCrazy

UrbanCrazy supplies a range of high-grade miniature golf products and accessories, serving over 100 courses across the UK and Europe. For a limited time only we have reduced our prices on several lines — so there’s never been a better time to order! Read more

A birdie’s eye view

Combat the crinkle

Thu, 21 Apr 2011  |  Jon Angel, UrbanCrazy

Walkers have just launched “Crinkles” – a fantastic new range of crinkle-cut crisps. As part of their marketing campaign, we at UrbanCrazy were asked to build and supply a branded, crinkly-surfaced crazy golf course for an event at the ASDA headquarters in Leeds earlier this month, where staff could sample the new snack and play the putting course in an attempt to win a prize. Read more

Morley Hayes Minigolf Challenge, Westfield, Derby

Minigolf at Westfield, Derby – until Xmas

Fri, 17 Dec 2010  |  James Palmer, UrbanCrazy

Come and play the exciting “Morley Hayes Mini-Golf Challenge” at Westfield Shopping Centre, Derby from now until Friday 24th December.

The 9-hole indoor course with its striking red surface – supplied by us here at UrbanCrazy – is situated alongside the Food Court on Level 2. Just look out for the big Santa! Shoot the lowest score of the week to win “Boofle Dog” by Clinton Cards worth £50. And everyone that plays will receive 2-for-1 vouchers to play at Morley Hayes’ stunning “Manor” or “Tower” golf courses – see www.morleyhayes.com. Read more

Rich holds aloft the Union Flag

Great Britain at the Asia Open

Fri, 19 Nov 2010  |  Jon Angel, UrbanCrazy

Since 1997, the British Minigolf Association (or BMGA) has been organising a countrywide tour, where anyone can compete against each other on some of the finest mini golf, crazy golf and adventure golf courses to be found in the UK. Each year, the tour attracts competitors of all ages and abilities to upwards of 20 tournaments on courses located in places such as Birmingham, London, Hastings, Aberdeen, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Bristol and Norfolk. Read more

The Apex Plaza Cup

The Ryder Cup – in Reading?

Fri, 22 Oct 2010  |  Jon Angel, UrbanCrazy

Whilst Lee Westwood, Graeme McDowell and the rest of the European Ryder Cup Team were battling their American counterparts over at the Celtic Manor in Newport, Wales, a far more important golfing event was taking place 100 miles away! “The Apex Plaza Cup”. Read more

Richard Gottfried of the British Minigolf Team

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! Read more

Cow patch splatted crazy golf course

UrbanCrazy goes festive!

Sat, 07 Aug 2010  |  James Palmer, UrbanCrazy

UrbanCrazy was delighted to entertain the masses at two big festivals over the last couple of weekends with our portable minigolf course. Southwold provided the backdrop for the Latitude Festival 2010, where we teamed up with the Workers Beer Company to keep the public minigolfing from the early hours till dusk. Needless to say, the standard dipped somewhat after the alcohol began to take effect! Read more