Charlie's Crazy Golf comes to Folkestone Harbour Arm in Kent in time for the school holidays
A new mini golf course has opened in Kent and a round costs just over £2.
The attraction - called Charlie's Crazy Golf - has launched in Folkestone.
The nine hole course at Folkestone Harbour Arm is open open everyday over the school holidays.
A spokesman for the Harbour Arm said: "We're excited to introduce an all-new entertainment offer coming to Folkestone Harbour Arm this Easter.
"Charlie's Crazy Golf will be open every day over the Easter holidays, then returning at weekends for the rest of the summer."
The course comes from Charlie Hodsdon, who has taken inspiration from Folkestone for the design.
One of the holes includes a lighthouse, similar to the one on the arm, and another includes a painted house, a nod to the Holiday Homes art work scattered around the town.
The mini golf course is the latest offering at the Harbour Arm, which received a multi million pound make over in 2015.
It also hosts several food and drink outlets, a market and has previously run an outdoor cinema.
Thousands of people visit every year, also taking in the Harbour Station and viaduct walkway.
Charlie's Crazy Golf will be open everyday from 10am to 6pm between April 2-18.
Then it will be open weekends only until the summer holidays.
A round costs £2.50, with children under three going free.