The area is surrounded by a square bush. In the bush there are 8 different holes with structures and different attatchments on each of them. There is a wooden path around the golf course, whilst the rest of the ground is comprised of grass and ice. Gregory Jr. currently lives at his own Doghouse on one of the holes.
It was actually built before Stampy's Funland was erected. The game was the cause to erect the Funland. Originally the only thing there was going to be the golf course and soon after the Funland sign and more games were added but the golf course still stands today!!
The aim of the game is to have the least points at the end. The players take it in turns to throw snow or slime balls onto the ice. The ice will then let the balls slide until they stop. The aim is to get the balls into the holes and onto the pressure pad. Once they have done that, they count up the throws it took to get there. Once they have completed all holes, the players count up how many throws it took for all 10 holes added together. The winner is the person with the least total throws.
The game simulates 'Crazy Golf', which can be played in a simular way.
This was the first thing built in Stampy's Funland. The simplest hole.
It has some colored wools scattered in some floors, and a “dip” at the very end (hence the name).
It has a small doghouse. This is the hole Gregory Jr. lives in.
It has a moving ice block which is very tricky to pass the sphere into the castle.
It is based around the Nether, where there are three water flows where you put the sphere you want, and goes out on a designated direction.
It is made of a mushroom tree and flowers underground. It was inspired by an artwork that was sent to Stampy.
It has two levels, one of them has a mine-designed hole underground.
It consists of a water flow which flows opposite to the direction of the hole, and a bigger Stampy head in which the hole is located. It uses a Cake as an obstacle, and is placed near his mouth, as if he was eating a cake.