Playing crazy golf is always a good laugh but courses are generally few and far between so you usually just end up playing when you're on holiday.
You needn't worry about this anymore though because the hilariously-titled Harry Putter's Crazy Golf allows you to play the 'sport' whenever and wherever you like. The game is presented in 3D format with a wide range of weird and wacky holes to navigate. You are given the choice of two clubs (a wedge and a putter) and must use your brain and your dexterity to sink the putts.
The control system in Harry Putter's Crazy Golf is fairly simple. You can assign buttons to particular commands such as club changing and shot power, and there's a much-needed 'move' function that gives you an overview of each hole so you can figure out how to reach the cup as quickly as possible.
Some of the holes on the courses are frustratingly difficult, but luckily there's a practice mode where you can hone your skills on any given hole. There's also a replay option, which allows you to take a mulligan (i.e. drop one shot) and retake a shot.
Although the first person perspective graphics are quite good, I found the sound of Harry Putter's Crazy Golf to be a little underwhelming. There is no in-game music and the sound effects aren't particularly realistic.
Worst of all though, is that there is no multiplayer option in Harry Putter's. This would have lifted it in my estimation from being a good mini golf sim into a great one.