September 28, 2019, 6:50 amUpdated: September 28, 2019, 9:49 am
A group of talented art students have flexed their creative muscles to build a crazy golf course made from recycled materials in a Moray town.
Glasgow School of Art has a campus at Altyre Estate near Forres and the course, which was played for the first time yesterday, was built by the new cohort of Masters in Design Innovation students.
Joanna Montgomery, specialism leader in design innovation, said: “We have built it to be movable and we hope to take it into Forres, maybe Grant Park, or invite locals to come out and have a go at the campus.
“We split the students into groups. Each group designed their own hole and we built an eight hole course.
“We had a Scottish theme and the project really got them to think out of the box. We had a Loch Ness Monster hole and one group even built a distillery.”