Bents mini golf course coming soon

by | Mar 16, 2017 | News | 0 comments


It?s a little less ?straight down the middle? and a lot more ?over the dinosaur? as Bents confirms details of its latest family-friendly attraction.? Plans for a crazy-golf course have now been approved and pave the way for dinosaurs to descend on Bents, creating a Jurassic adventure at the Glazebury based garden & home centre.

The new family focused attraction will appeal to all ages, placing golfers in the midst of an ancient world where dinosaurs roam free and ?Jurassic? planting dominates the landscape. Players will make their way round a nine-hole course surrounded by spectacular life-sized animatronic and static dinosaurs.

Matthew Bent, managing director at Bents Garden & Home said:? ?We?ve always looking for opportunities to enhance the Bents? experience and increase our appeal as a complete day out.? We hope our new attraction will be the perfect place for all members of the family to relax and have fun together.?

The fun officially starts in April when the new experience can be enjoyed by the whole family no matter what their age or golfing skill.? Visitors will also be able to enjoy refreshments as plans also include a new adventure themed caf? selling a range of hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and Bents? homebakes (dates to be confirmed).

Prices start at ?3.00 per round for mini explorers (under 4), ?4.00 per round for Junior Explorers (4 ? 11) and ?4.90 for Explorers age 12 and over.? Family tickets are also available and all children under 12 must be accompanied by one playing adult.

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