Price picks tea over teeing off with Harvey

PUBLISHED: 12:19 03 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:59 25 August 2010

FORMER glamour model Katie Price took her family to the opening of an adventure golf course.

FORMER glamour model Katie Price took her family to the opening of an adventure golf course.

Price, her son Harvey and husband Alex Reid, went on a tour of the new 36-hole adventure golf course on the A20, Sidcup By Pass in Chislehurst, last Sunday.

But instead of having a go on the course, Katie took Harvey on a stroll around the course before going in the restaurant for tea and cake.

The Lost Island Encounter course which covers 30 acres, includes a waterfall, lakes, caves, bridges abandoned army jeeps and the remains of crashed planes.

Entrance is £7 for adults and £5 for under 14s.

A family pass for two adults and two children or one adult and three children is £20.


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