Welcome back to our guide of Dinosaur Safari Adventure Golf, sorry to keep you waiting! Now our course hosts have been asked the best way to play some of our holes, mainly by parents looking to try and beat the kids at Adventure Golf, so we thought we would share some of our tips and tricks that might just help you get that hole in one that you have been looking for!
Hole 5 here at Dinosaur Safari is very hazardous! There are two big holes in the ground which leads down to flowing water, so you have to be careful to ensure you don’t hit the ball straight into the water. The best way to play this hole is actually to hit your first shot straight at the hole, but be careful not to hit it too hard! If you do, it will bounce off of the rock behind the hole and no matter which direction the ball goes, it could end up in the water.
Don’t worry, if your ball goes into the water you won’t be left without. Even if your ball happens to disappear, our Course Hosts are always walking around with spares so before you’ll know it your ball will be right back with you. Our resident Brachiosaurus is just on the left of the green (the perfect spectator) so don’t mess up or he might just roar with laughter!
Hole 6 at Dinosaur Safari Adventure Golf has a water feature in the middle of the green, which prevents a straightforward route to the hole, unless you a champ enough to direct your ball through the water! On the left-hand side of the hole, there’s a small tunnel that you can hit your ball through. If you hit your shot just right, it will shoot out the other side of the tunnel and head straight for the hole!
If you don’t want to hit your ball through the tunnel don’t worry you don’t have to, but you will have to hit your shot as close to the water feature as possible otherwise you’ll never get a hole in one!
An important part of this hole is to not get too worried about seeing our resident 100-foot Diplodocus behind the green, he may be big but he is fairly friendly!
Hole 7 gives you a difficult choice, do you hit slightly left and stay on floor level, or do you hit right and go up the hill. If you go for the hill there is a chance your ball won’t make it all the way over and it could end up close to where you started. You could also end up hitting it too hard and psht you’re out the game. However all of us at Dinosaur Safari would encourage you to use the features when you can, I mean everyone can putt on a flat surface. It is a lot more fun to be adventurous, that’s why it’s called Adventure Golf!
The whole time that you play this hole you are under the watchful eye of our resident Diplodocus, he may not move much but don’t worry he is watching to see if you can get a hole in one!
We hope that you find this guide helpful and that when you next come in you can get the hole in one that you have been trying for; if you do you might even win a prize! We look forward to seeing you soon and hopefully we’ll be giving out lots of prizes for getting a hole in one!