The Junkyard Golf Club in London is home to a number of crazy golf courses, boozy cocktails and fast food restaurants – not forgetting a tons of photo opportunities everywhere you turn!
Junkyard Golf Club kindly hosted our last company work do during the April bank holiday weekend. We headed into London for dinner first, then made our way over to the venue in Spitalfields for an evening of cocktails and crazy golf! There are so many things to see and do in Spitalfields, and it’s within easy walking distance of London Liverpool Street too.
We headed straight to the bar to enjoy our complimentary cocktails. The extensive menu has plenty of options, including party drinks, cocktails, beer, cider, wine, spirits and even boozy slush puppies. We all chose the most elaborate looking cocktails (on instruction by me of course…) then we checked into the Pablo crazy golf course for the evening.
The Pablo course is a 9-hole course with a tropical-madness theme, taking you through UFC bears, speedboats, glitter temples, down a set of stairs and over a pyramid… as you do! All of the golf courses here are so much fun and a little challenging too. I’ve been to Junkyard Golf Club before and tried out the Frank golf course and the Helga golf course (which both appear to have now gone). The venue has had a massive revamp since I last went and it looks great for it – it’s a fun place to go for a night out and the atmosphere is buzzing too! We didn’t manage to explore the rest of the venue, but there are other cool bars to check out, and you can order fairground-style hot dogs, loaded nachos and salted caramel popcorn to keep you fuelled up. There’s even a selfie booth too (which I managed to miss) so all the more reason to visit again soon!
We all made our way around the crazy golf course (some much better than others…) and we encountered fun courses which all had cool little elements – like playing around a speedboat and trying to get a hole in one from the top of a set of stairs!
We had a great night at Junkyard Golf Club in London – I can’t wait to visit again and try out all the other new courses!
Have you been to Junkyard Golf Club before?
I’ve never been to Junkyard Golf, but did do Caddy’s in Southend-on-Sea. The Pablo course looks a lot more interesting though.
I’ll put it on the birthday party list.
Junkyard Golf is great fun! They’ve refurbed it and it’s even better now – with loads of food stands and bars and even a photobooth! Caddy’s is good fun I like it there. 🙂