Designer Needed For Crazy Golf Course!

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Description:
Hi,

I am looking to hire a designer to create a fun and immersive 9-hole crazy golf course.
Globetrotters is a brand new competitive socialising brand aiming to offer visitors a high quality night out that's focussed on the experience.
Based on an around the world theme, we will be taking our customers on a Globetrotting adventure to the Seven Wonders of the World! The Globetrotters course is designed to take our customers on the journey of our brand and to experience the weird and wonderful creatures, buildings and landscapes of the Seven Wonders of the World.
The course takes exciting elements and iconography from each of the Wonder’s and their cultural influences and brings them to life. The players must navigate the features of each hole to work their way through a varied, quirky and peculiar course.
The 9-holes is to be made up on individual holes, each between 6-8m long x 2m wide, although variations are allowed. The course is to be mostly built from wood, it's also necessary to incorporate lighting elements into the course.

Similar concepts:
Puttshack - www.puttshack.com/uk
Plonk Golf - www.plonkgolf.co.uk/
Swingers - https://swingers.club/
Junkyard Golf - www.junkyardgolfclub.co.uk/

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
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9 individual holes
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