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Search for Atlantis

Course 1 - Search for Atlantis

Legend has it that the sea god Poseidon himself protects the ancient underwater city. Explore the depths of the Ocean and encounter mermaids, sharks and strange creatures. 6 Hole mini-course... perfect for families and children.

Search for Atlantis

Course 2 - Curse of The Mummy

After awakening the spirit of the Pharaoh you must journey through the ancient tomb to find the fountain of Egypt. Only here can you lift the terrible Mummy’s curse. 9 Holes for families and 'bigger kids'!

What age is 4D Golf suitable for?
 

We recommend a minimum age of three years, although some younger children may find the ‘Curse of the Mummy’ course a little bit scary. We have putters of all different sizes.

 

Do I need to pre-book?
 

It is not usually necessary to pre-book unless you have a birthday party or large group. However we can’t guarantee that there will not be a waiting time for entry at peak times.

 

Is there a minimum number for birthday parties?
 

Yes, you need to bring at least 7 people.

 

How long does it take?
 

Depending on how good you are, a group of 4 would usually finish one 9 hole course in around 20-25 minutes.

 

Will we have the Golf Courses to ourselves?
 

We can take bookings for exclusive use of the 4D Golf, but under normal circumstances there would be other players using the courses. We can also open outside of our normal opening hours for private parties.

How do I contact 4D Golf?

 

4D Golf is located inside Xplore at Xscape, Castleford so you can contact us using Xplore's contact form/details. You can also get us at facebook.com/4DGolf.

Is there strobe lighting?
 

Please be aware that strobe lighting is in use on both courses and therefore play may not be suitable for persons with photosensitive epilepsy.

Is 4D Golf wheelchair accessible?

Yes. Both courses are wheelchair friendly - they have lowered sections of kerbing for standard wheelchairs to be able to pass over (please check with staff for accessibility for scooters or large motorised wheelchairs). There's a platform lift to take wheelchairs to the first floor 'Curse of The Mummy' course.