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Yesterday we were invited to test our golfing skills at the new Paradise Island Adventure Golf at Cheshire Oaks. It is located on The Coliseum Leisure Park, in the unit which used to be the Destiny and Elite nightclub. The reception desk is on the ground floor, and stairs will take you to the 2 courses which span an impressive 13,000 square foot. There is also a lift if needed.

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We chose to do The Lazy Lagoon course first, as it looked to be the quieter of the 2 courses. You start off in an abandoned ship and the course leads you to a deserted beach, complete with lots of palm trees. You then continue your adventure into the jungle, and then finish the course at the temple ruins.

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The Coral Cove course starts off in a bazaar, complete with lots of fun things to look at. You then continue into a ruined palace, before finishing off at a desert beach and blue lagoon.

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On both courses there is plenty to look at, and even some sound activated holes. You are given a score card and a pencil, and it was husbands job to keep score . The theming is different as you go along the course, but we found the holes were very similar. Because its not an overly challenging course, it is also ideal for families with younger children.

We did both courses which lasted 90 minutes. We all enjoyed it and had lots of laughs around the way (mainly over how rubbish I was). We all thought it was a great family attraction. As you are leaving head to the 19th hole where you get a chance to win a free game of golf. Sadly we all failed.

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I am sure The Adventure Golf will be very popular given its location. Its perfect to combine it with a shopping trip to Cheshire Oaks, or a meal at one of the many restaurants on The Coliseum. You can find more about the prices and opening times here.

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Thank you to Paradise Island Adventure Golf who supplied us with a family ticket. All words and opinions are my own.