A new minigolf course is opening in Gloucester

Take on 12 holes of minigolf as a new course opens this July 2021 at Dobbies Garden Centre in Gloucester.

A new 12-hole minigolf course is opening at Dobbies Garden Centre in Gloucester, this July 2021.

Aces Minigolf opens to the public on Friday 9 July 2021, after hosting the inaugural Aces Minigolf Invitational Tournament on Sunday 4 July 2021 – which saw experienced minigolfers from all over the country take on the course, as well as an additional tournament for amateur players.

The skill-based minigolf course features 12 holes, professionally designed to be challenging to serious players as well as fun for amateurs of all ages. There will be early bird offers available, as well as a loyalty card scheme for regular visitors.

Owner, Severiano Kukielka, who has been playing competitive minigolf for over 15 years, said it had been ‘his dream to run his own course’, where he ‘hopes people will enjoy the challenge of a course that rewards skilful play, as well as being great fun for those who don’t take it so seriously’.

He will be playing the course regularly himself in preparation for playing in the World Crazy Golf Championships in September 2021.

For anyone wanting to try their hand at the new course, Aces Minigolf opens at Dobbies Garden Centre in Gloucester on Friday 9 July 2021.


By Chloe Gorman


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Tuesday 06 July 2021

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