Introducing Melbourne’s newest mini-golf club – unlike any you’ve experienced before. It’s a putt-putt course crossed with a cocktail bar and karaoke – all rolled into one crazy and chaotic venue.

Located in the heart of the CBD at the former site of nightclubs Tunnel and Sorry Grandma, the team at Funlab – the masterminds behind the Strike Bowling Bar and Exitus Escape Rooms – introduce Holey Moley Melbourne.

Holey Moley Melbourne will feature three nine-hole courses, with 27 uniquely themed holes split across two levels. There’ll be a nod to much-loved TV shows (think Game of Thrones and The Simpsons) and classic childhood films (Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory and The Wizard of Oz), as well as tributes to nostalgic games and toys (Pac-Man, Tetris and Barbie).

Speaking of holes, The Caddyshack Bar is a watering hole like no other. Serving a selection of pun-tastically themed cocktails, including The Sugar Caddy, Happy Gilmoreo, Teeyonce Holes and The Heavenly Hazelputt, these candy-clad cocktails will be sure to satisfy. The bar will also serve all of the traditional favourites, served in swank crystal glasses (for some added sophistication). For teetotallers and caddy drivers, there’s even a dedicated mocktail menu to quench the thirst of the most parched of putters.

The Holey Moley Golf Club concept was first sparked from London venues Junkyard and Swingers. With a mission to revive the putt-putt leisure sport, Funlab took to the task of reimagining the mini-golf experience.

Holey Moley Melbourne will officially open its doors on Thursday 20 April 2017, with plans to open in Sydney and Adelaide by July 2017.

Location: 590 Little Bourke St, Melbourne
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 12pm – late, Saturday and Sunday 10am – late

Visit www.holeymoley.com.au for more information

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