AFTER months of hard work, the local mini-golf course is revamped and again ready for action.
Naracoorte Holiday Park owners Mick and Marj Sanderson started the project back in February and are thrilled to have it finally finished.
"It's fantastic," Mick said.
"It turned out better than we thought. When you see it with the bricks and mortar in place...it's just great...really rewarding.
"There have been quite a lot of onlookers pulling up to have a look and everyone is quite welcome to come and have a hit."
In total 18 concrete slabs were put down to replace the synthetic grass surfaces which were there before and 10 of the holes are a completely new design.
Original plans were to open the course in May but with Easter and various weather events it wasn't a possibility.
"I don't think we all knew what to expect but it really is a piece of art," Mick said.
"It's one of the best I've seen for a while, I don't think there would be many like this in the SE."
Mick thanked his team of helpers who worked most weekends to get it done.
His son Chris, a builder, was "very helpful" in designing the course and making it challenging, concretor Chris Kelson was an all-round handyman and Robin Winter was an asset as a labourer.
"I would also like to say a big thank you to Kym Pitt and his staff for supplying materials...there aren't too many concrete trucks which deliver on a Saturday," Mick said.
"And bricklayer Brad Beaumont has done a really nice job.
"(The course) has nice solid construction and it is built to last the test of time - and withstand corella attacks."
The mini golf course, which is located at the holiday park on Park Tce, is now open for business.
It costs $8 for adults and $6 for children to play. There are also concession rates available.
In the summer months Mick and Marj are hoping to host twilight mini-golf, complete with illuminated balls.