Calling all wannabe Rory McIlroys... the new £500,000 mini golf course in Birmingham's Cannon Hill Park has now opened.
Leicestershire-based Golden Putter has built a 36-hole golf course in the popular Edgbaston park on land next to the mac arts centre.
The new course has a broad range of challenging features including hills, trees and water features such as ponds, streams, bridges and islands - all overlooked by a two-metre waterfall.
It will join a stable of other courses run by Golden Putter in Warwick, Rotherham, Staines and Wroxham, near Norwich.
The opening is well timed as The Open golf championship is taking place this weekend at Royal Liverpool on the Wirral.
The course adds to the existing leisure facilities in Cannon Hill Park including the arts centre, café, bowling green, tennis courts and pedalo hire.
It is is also popular with walkers and runners and hosts the weekly 5km Park Run every Saturday morning.
Cannon Hill Park was donated to Birmingham by Louisa Ryland who wanted the site to be a place for recreation.
It was designed by TJ Gibson, who also designed Battersea Park in London, and was opened in 1873. It contains 80 acres of parkland and 120 acres of conservation and woodland plantation.
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