Frequently Asked Questions

Please find below some of the answers to our most frequently asked questions, however if you can't find your question below then please do not hesitate to contact us.

Q: I am an existing golfer and have my own Clubs, can I use them on your course?

A: Yes, the use of your own clubs is allowed on our Cayman Golf course.

Q: Can I use my own golf balls?

A: No, the whole course is designed to be played with our Cayman ball. For full enjoyment of the game and for safety reasonsyou may not use the conventional golf ball on our Cayman golf course. Cayman Balls are supplied upon payment of the game.

Q: Do you take credit/debit card payments?

A: No, unfortunately we can not take any card payments. Please pay with cash.

Q: I've only ever played crazy golf before, so do I have to wear smart clothes?

A: No, we have no real dress code at our Cayman Golf course, though we do ask that you wear something respectable as we cater for different customers from adults to childern and the terrain of the course can sometimes be soft.

Q: I've never played golf before, will that make a difference?

A: No, any one can play Cayman Golf from beginners to the most experienced player.

Q: How long does a round of Cayman Golf (18 hole - 71par) take?

A: Our Cayman golf course takes approximately 2 hours depending on each individual player and how many players on the course.

Q: What is the difference between a normal golf ball and the Cayman golf ball?

A: Other than the look and feel, the Cayman golf balls distance when hit is approximately 35% shorter than a normal golf ball. A normal golf ball distance is approximately 130 yards where as the Cayman golf ball is 85 yards (based on a 9 Iron)

Q: Is the course open all year round?

A: Yes, but times and days differ throughout the season. Please ring to avoid disappointment, if you are unsure or need to check times etc

"Sue and the children can now play golf with me and we can all enjoy a round even though I am the only golfer in the family" John Ford, Birmingham
"The best time I had all holiday and I beat dad" James Wright, Newcastle
"I thought golf was hard but it was more fun and easier than I imagined" Barbara Jones, London
"You don't need to be a golfer to play pitch and putt. We enjoyed ourselves that much we went around again" Margaret & Family, Doncaster
"Top marks for the grounds, this is an excellent course with plenty of natural obstacles. Perfect fun for the whole family come rain or shine" Steve & Mandy, Torbay