With golf fever set to hit the Gold Coast next month when the Australian PGA championships rolls into town, everyone from the kids to weekend hackers will want to play a round or two.
But not everyone can hit the green at RACV Royal Pines Resort, so why not head to the hills, catch the cool Tamborine Mountain air and enjoy a round or two on the new mini golf course at Thunderbird Park.
Great golfers, good golfers and people who aren’t golfers at all can get into the swing on the Championship Mini Golf Course.
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This course takes mini golf from an activity to an art form. It’s the real deal with water hazards, rock traps, bridges, bunkers and obstacles.
Whether you opt to putt at beginners’ level, take the intermediate challenge or tackle the professional section, Championship mini golf is loads of fun for the whole family.
The Championship Mini Golf Course is open every day from 8am to 8pm; games cost $12 per person. Groups of 15 people or more pay $10 per person. For more information, visit www.thunderbirdpark.com.au.
Fancy having a swing for FREE? Quick! myGC have one family pass to giveaway to try out the Championship Mini Golf Course at Thunderbird Park.
To ENTER simply watch the video above and answer the question: What colour ball gets sunk first?