Wroxham Barns Adventure Golf
Turning a barren piece of land into a vibrant 18-hole adventure golf course, with integrated water features.
We were commissioned to design and then build a course at Wroxham Barns that would complement the other local attractions and boost interest in the area. The owners asked for rockeries and flowing water to be incorporated to create a tranquil environment, and for the course to be of BMGA competition standard.
Restricted by the size of the plot as we were, the challenge was to design the 18 holes, perimeter pathways and water courses so that they would fit into the site without being ‘shoehorned’. The stroke index layout was carefully considered to allow for a steady flow of customers when the site gets busy. Here are some images of our design work.
It was a relief to be working this unobstructed piece of greenfield land, minimising the initial groundworks. We applied all the usual processes to the build, and once the hole borders had been set in place, we laid Indian sandstone riven paving for the pathways and added bark chippings and attractive rocks to dress the site. Our final task was to re-turf to the extremities of the site.
This was another project achieved “on time and on budget”. The water feature and bridge worked better than we imagined and the site decoration blended nicely with the plants supplied by local supplier Bill LeGrice. We were even able to borrow a ‘cherry picker’ get capture some of the pictures you see here.