Amateur – Over 120 people attended the European Urban Golf Cup in London -- more than double the 56 that participated in the first event in Paris two years ago.
Breath in – The competitors are put through some light warm up exercises before taking to the course.
Group shot – Team Ireland, Team GB -- one of the tournament sponsors -- and Team Belgium pose before the action begins.
Golden day – The Olympic Park provides a stunning location on a sunny afternoon in London.
Leading pack – The Olympic Velodrome served as the backdrop for the first tee.
Got a ring to it – A monument to London's hosting of the Games in 2012, the Olympic rings marks the start of hole two.
Water hazard – A giant dartboard makes up one of the more difficult holes on the course -- competitors score lower the closer they get to the bullseye.
Olympic legacy – An iconic backdrop to hole 11, the Olympic Stadium is currently hosting Rugby World Cup matches.
Driver – The golfers had to chip the ball into the trunk of a car -- scoring -3 for the trunk, -2 for the roof and -1 for anywhere else on the vehicle.
Urban jungle – An unusual site in east London, a gorilla statue blocks the path to hole 13.
Slice bucket challenge – Steve Beckett of Team GB tries to chip into a bucket on hole 13.
Handicap – Players had three attempts to chip off the mat and into the "hole," a tricky one even for the most seasoned of urban golfers.
Silver medal – The British contestants secured second place at the championships.
Champions – France was the winner of the EUGC 2015.
Inauguration – The first annual EUGC took place on the streets of Paris in 2013.
By the Seine – France and Germany competed in Paris at the inaugural event, but now an array of European nations take part every year.
Front neun – The second championships took place in Cologne, Germany in 2014. The cobblestones proved to be a real challenge for the participants.