Congo Rapids Adventure Golf celebrates one year at Ufford Park

Congo Rapids Adventure Golf celebrates one year at Ufford Park

Congo Rapids Lost World Adventure Golf, sited at Ufford Park Hotel, Golf and Spa near Woodbridge, is celebrating its 1st birthday on 20th June.

From Monday 19th June to Friday 23rd June 2017 inclusive, Congo Rapids is offering any customers who acknowledge its birthday when checking in at the golf reception, an extra ball to play a second round on the same day for free.

The 18-hole Adventure Golf course has proved popular with Ufford Park guests and the wider public. The course has appeal to visitors of all age groups, and it has proved to be popular for children’s parties and corporate events alike.

The journey starts on a self-propelled boat across the first of the water lagoons.  Players visit the scene of a Congo Jungle plane crash as they play the first 5 holes and encounter a tiger, a 4-metre tall giraffe and even a T-Rex beside an erupting volcano.

Congo Rapids is open 364 days a year (Christmas Day is the only day it is closed), and in its first year the course has had a run of exceptionally good weather, with not one single whole day of rain on any weekend or school holiday recorded.

A new on-site kiosk has been built which will be open during peak times to reduce queues. Light refreshment will be available for sale from the kiosk during those times.  All visitors are welcome to use the hotel’s bar and restaurant for further refreshments.

Tarnia Robertson, Managing Director at Ufford Park said: “When the idea for Congo Rapids Lost World was first presented to us we immediately felt that it would be a great complement to our hotel and golf offering.  We are so happy with what we have seen over the past year, and that families and other groups have really enjoyed playing Adventure Golf here.  We wish Congo Rapids a Happy 1st Birthday and many more to come.”

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