These designs for a crazy golf course in London’s Trafalgar Square look epic

Everyone loves Crazy Golf, right?! Right. Imagine if Crazy Golf courses started popping up around the countries best landmarks! It might not be too far away from happening…

A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to try and fund a crazy golf course in the heart of England’s capital according to Mashable.

Spearheaded by Paul Smith and featuring a design from late architect Zaha Hadid, the campaign was started by the London Design Festival and aims to raise money for a course based in Trafalgar Square.

Assuming the £120,000 ($174,000) target is reached, the course will feature holes created by nine famous architects. The plan is to open it from Sept. 17 – 22 2016.

Here are some of the concept designs for the various holes.

This rolling slope design, which will lie at the foot of Nelson’s Column, was created by Zaha Hadid.

Who knows what the shapes above this twisty hole are for?

To make it past this hole from Ordinary Architecture your ball must pass through the body of a giant pigeon.

Camille Walala’s creation is chock full of blocks and colours.

Getting through this hole actually results in a glass of whiskey being poured.

It’s sort of hard to work out what’s going on in this one, but definitely looks crazy.

Atelier Bow-Wow’s design is based on the look of a driving range.

At the time of writing around £2,500 ($3,600) has been raised, but there are still 42 days until the campaign finishes.

Ahh, looks great, but you’d have to through some serious money at it. On the bright side, you can come and do a Sport course at The Sheffield College and enjoy Sport all day long! Winner. Click here for more information. 



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