This 18+ venue located in Digbeth, Birmingham is a popular spot at the moment. I mean crazy golf is always a laugh no matter your age, but add some alcohol into the mix too, what more could you want?! I think it’s a great space to visit in a small group, or as a double date.
Upon arriving we ordered a cocktail and waited for our time slot to start. The course took around an hour but each hole was very different, one is even in an old bus! Unfortunately I didn’t take more pictures inside, but if you have a look at their Instagram you can get a better feel of what to expect.
The interior is covered in interesting and bright graffiti, making it very different to anywhere I’ve been before but its unique layout and course setup all add to the great atmosphere Ghetto Golf holds. To make it even better there is a DJ the whole time on top of the bus and lets just say the songs did not disappoint.
Afterwards we ordered some food and more cocktails. The picture above is just a handful of the cocktails available, I can definitely recommend trying ‘Hendricks Lamar’.
The food available within Ghetto Golf is from an American street food styled bar named Apocalypse Cow. We had the cheese and bacon burger and burger loaded fries to share. Safe to say the food was very filling!