King Charles set to open crazy golf course at one royal palace this summer | Royal | News

Royal fans are in for a treat this summer as King Charles is set to open an 18-hole crazy golf course at his Sandringham Estate, the late Queen Elisabeth’s beloved winter home.

The royals traditionally visit the Noforlk estate every December to celebrate the Christmas festivities.

But now from July 1 to September 15, visitors will be able to play a round of golf in a designated area in the estate, with tickets costing £7 for adults and £5 for kids, from 11am to 4pm, the Sun reports.

The courses are said to include obstacles like windmills, tunnels and castles, while it is not known whether the monarch will test the courses himself.

One royal fan appeared excited about the new attraction and told the outlet: „Golf is my cup of tea and I can’t wait to try the King’s course.

„It’s a stroke of luck His Majesty has made summer a swinging time for golf nuts like me.“

It comes as earlier this month the King accepted the patronage of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.

The late Queen was a club patron for 70 years.

Martin Slumbers, Secretary of the world-renowned club, said: „Her late Majesty’s 70-year patronage of the Club was an immense source of pride for its Members.

„We are delighted and deeply honoured to have been advised by Buckingham Palace that His Majesty, The King has accepted patronage of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.

„We now look forward to His Majesty’s support for the work of the Club and our commitment to the sport of golf across the world.“

The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews was established in 1754 and has a worldwide membership of more than 2,400.

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