ABBEY Hill Golf Centre is giving golfers in Milton Keynes the opportunity to create history and set the course records for its Par-3 and Adventure Golf courses.
The record breaking attempt tees-off on Saturday, July 21, with all efforts to be holed-out by close of play the following day.
The public pay-and-play golf centre is inviting golfers of all ages and abilities to take part in the weekend, which promises to provide new course records for both the nine-hole Par-3 course and the obstacle-strewn 18-hole Pirate Island Adventure Golf Course.
With holes ranging from 92- to 145-yards long the Short Course at Abbey Hill – part of BGL Golf, the UK’s leading golf course owner and operator – is an ideal, relaxed facility for new golfers to learn how to play and gain confidence.
Armed with merely a putter and golf ball, visitors to Abbey Hill can also tackle the Pirate Island Adventure Golf Course, which features treasure chests, waterfalls, rafts, a huge pirate ship, cannons, crocodiles and cutlasses.
Gordon Forster, Abbey Hill Golf Centre General Manager, said: “As the London Olympics are just around the corner, we are joining in the spirit of the Games and setting some records of our own.
“With nine categories to set new records in, every member of the family has an opportunity to have their name up on one of our leader boards.”
There’s no need to book and the entry to become a record breaker is free.