Opening date CONFIRMED for Junkyard Golf venue in Newcastle

The new venue in the North East will feature three nine-hole crazy golf courses and three cocktail bars.

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Wed, 13 Oct 2021

Opening date CONFIRMED for Junkyard Golf venue in Newcastle

After months of speculation, the opening of Junkyard Golf in Newcastle has finally been given a date.

On Wednesday, November 24, the "coolest experience" in the city centre will be open for business, specifically on Newgate Street. 

As reported by the Northern Echo, tickets have already gone on sale and the bosses of the popular franchise believe that there will be an extremely high demand based on the success of their other venues in the UK.

The venue will feature three nine-hole courses with classic Junkyard Golf features such as slides, wrecked car parts, circus freaks and jungle bathtubs.

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It will be just the sixth Junkyard Golf site in the UK and it is the first one to open up in the North East region of England.

The venues in Oxford and Liverpool have experienced particular success as they have proved popular with tourists and visitors to these cities.

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The new venue will feature bars that are not just open to golfers but to people who are just out and about on a social occasion.

There are three cocktail bars that feature party drinks such as Freaky Tiki, Disco Frisco and Bubblegum Sunset.

"Newcastle tickets just went on sale, and we are so excited," said Sophie-Larris Houghton of Junkyard Golf Club.

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"We are one step closer to opening our doors and welcoming the people of North East to party with us for crazy golf, cocktails and epic beats.

"We also have some surprises in store so make sure you connect with us on socials as we will be running some mega competitions and sharing some big news."

The ticket prices start at £8.50 each and for more information on booking your slot, please follow this link to the website

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