Ravey crazy golf is bigger, boozier and weirder than ever

Forget nights spent climbing the walls with Charlie, Mandy and Tina, now the kids are busy climbing the rankings on Pablo, Bozo and Gary – three expanded crazy golf courses at the all-new Junkyard Golf in First Street.

Following sell-out runs in Manchester’s Great Northern Warehouse, Piccadilly Place and London’s Truman Brewery, former street food pioneers (B.Eat Street) and crazy golf enthusiasts Chris Legh, Lyndon Higginson and Bart Murphy have finally found a permanent space in this emerging city centre neighbourhood – now home to Indian Tiffin Room, Wood and the £25m HOME arts centre.

Imagine creased slacks, the elegant swoosh of the wood off the tee and a cold mist licking across the links – and that’s about as far removed from Junkyard Golf as it’s possible to get.

Imagine instead freaky dystopian clown fetishes played out amongst Mexican wrestling bears, Delboy’s Reliant Robin and empty cans of Hooch – and you’re about there.

Reopened on Friday 1 September, the opening weekend was the team’s busiest ever (well, they do have an extra course), so make sure to beat the crowds and book your spot here.

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Junkyard Golf is back: bigger, boozier and weirder than ever

Junkyard Golf, Unit 1, First Street, Manchester M15 4FN - find out more here