In 2007 Extraordinary Golf arrived at the hotels. Now you can putt your way around your favourite Alton Towers ride, as each hole is themed to a different attraction. This is your chance to tee off into a teacup, send your ball into Oblivion or float it down the Congo River Rapids in Katanga Canyon. So why not head on over to the hotels after your day out at the park and have a round or two!

Pre-Booked Ticket Pricing

9 holes
Adults – £5.00
Children – £4.00
Under 3’s – Free

18 holes
Adults – £7.00
Children – £6.00
Under 3’s – Free

Food & Drink

Vending Machines

Other Info

Opened: 2007

Located: Next to Splash Landings

Extraordinary Golf is located next to Splash Landings Hotel, opposite the car park Monorail station. This means it’s just a short walk away from the Resort’s accommodation and car parks, making it a great activity to enjoy whilst on a short break or just at the end of day spent at the theme park.

There are two 9 hole courses for guests to putt their way around, making a total of 18 holes all based on the theme park attractions past and present.

Opening times vary throughout the year, although, during the main season, Extraordinary Golf usually remains open at least one hour after the theme park closes. Despite the course being completely outdoors, it usually remains open unless the weather is particularly stormy.

Guests who book a Short Break in one of the Resort accommodation options receive 9 holes of Extraordinary Golf, included as part of the package.


West Course

The West Course serves as a reminder of rides and areas past and present, as you can plummet your ball into Oblivion or take a trip around Old Macdonald’s Farm.


East Course

Whilst the East Course is home to Nemesis, one of the resort’s most intense rides, you’ll also hit your ball around some of the more family-friendly attractions such as Driving School.

In early 2007, Extraordinary Golf opened at the Resort, providing guests with an additional activity to enjoy outside of the theme park.

Despite a number of attractions that holes have been based on leaving the theme park over the years, the course itself has seen very little change. However, there has been some minor redevelopments including the removal of the “Queen of Speed” wording from the Rita hole following the ride’s rename in 2010, and the retheming of the Air hole to Galactica in 2016, after the ride itself received its virtual reality makeover.