A NEW fun-filled adventure golf course has already proved a big hit with children and families.

The Beeches Golf has opened an interactive 18-hole course and café in Chelford Road, Knutsford, creating new jobs.

The Real Housewives of Cheshire have already asked if they can film at the unique venue.

Knutsford Guardian: Families are having funFamilies are having fun

Each hole has a farm theme with carvings of various animals including a cow, sheep, ram and sheepdog.

Knutsford Guardian: Carvings of farm animals are dotted around the courseCarvings of farm animals are dotted around the course

An old Ferguson tractor on the 18th hole makes noise with smoke and flashing lights when balls hit the target and trigger it into action.

Knutsford Guardian: An old Ferguson tractor springs into life on the 18th holeAn old Ferguson tractor springs into life on the 18th hole

“It has been lovely to see so many kids’ smiling faces,” said assistant manager Joe Stanley.

Knutsford Guardian: Children enjoy spotting all the farm animalsChildren enjoy spotting all the farm animals

“The response has been astounding. We’ve had so many families, parents are loving having a day out.”

Knutsford Guardian: The fun-filled adventure course has 18 holesThe fun-filled adventure course has 18 holes

A café offers breakfast, lunch, snacks, a kid’s menu and ice cream.

“The plan is to have a much bigger building by the end of the summer so we will be able to have bigger children’s parties,” said Joe.

Knutsford Guardian: A sheep and sheepdog are among the farm animalsA sheep and sheepdog are among the farm animals

“We’re already got a dozen bookings for Scouts, Beavers and we are holding events for company networking days.

“We have had a request from the Real Housewives of Cheshire who want to film on the adventure course which should be good fun.”

Every effort has been taken to give youngsters the chance to enjoy themselves.

Knutsford Guardian: There are lots of interactive challengesThere are lots of interactive challenges

The new facility was built by Greenspan, specialist designers who have created outdoor adventure golf courses across the UK.

Construction work started in January.

“It has been designed with kids in mind to go round and have fun,” said Joe.

“It is completely unique. There is nothing like this in our area.

“There is even a huge waterfall, three metres high.

Knutsford Guardian: A three metre waterfall has been created A three metre waterfall has been created

“On one hole, children have to pull themselves across in a raft using a rope which is quite cool.

“There are lots of little interactive elements.”

Knutsford Guardian: One of the holes crosses waterOne of the holes crosses water

The course is the latest in a series of developments planned at the site.

A 31-bay floodlit driving range opened in December 2020. A par three course is also in the pipeline.

The adventure golf celebrates an official opening on May 28.

“It has been a long road to get here but hopefully it will be a really successful asset to the local community and the surrounding area,” said Joe.

“We are already getting people from Preston and north Manchester.

“It’s great to bring a good bit of happiness to the place.”

To book visit thebeechesgolf.com/adventure-golf