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Junk Yard Golf

Groups can putt their way through all sorts of bizarre holes; think UV garage, scrapyard slides, circus freaks and jungle bathtubs.

The Junkyard Golf Club has a new home over at Piccadilly Place and the ludicrously-named putting holes are back with a bang. Two new eight-hole courses – Pablo and Freida – have been designed for all of your crazy golf needs, with THREE bars (one is located out on the course as part of a hole) and Bart’s Dog Kart will be providing the food.

Located directly opposite Piccadilly train station, there are a number of fresh design features in the new space, with some old favourites making the move from the original site at Great Northern Warehouse.

This one is all about making it through the jungle. Take an excursion into the unknown as you navigate nine holes of polluted paradise, in a once tranquil wild world now sullied by creeping humanization. Putt your way though the litter strewn jungle, around toxic tree frogs, past a bear wrestling pit and a Rihanna-themed forest bathroom, until you reach the oil soaked ocean and Rio-On-Sea.

Watch out for the shark The boat has been salvaged from the bottom of the sea (well, more specifically from the old Fred course over at Great Northern) and you need to negotiate it for the second hole at Pablo. There’s also a limb-munching shark to get past. No biggy. Three – Girl From Chipanema

Corruption Eruption at Junkyard Golf (Image: Andy Lambert)456 Your Pablo course ends in style with a mini volcano (sadly a full-sized one couldn’t fit) and a beautiful wall cityscape mural. Freida, hole-by-hole Take a journey though nine holes of banging beats and small-town nightclub vibes, dropping shots and moves on holes like ‘Straight Out Of Moston’ and ‘Tweed From Desire’. Then putt away your sanity through the UK Garage-Garage, featuring stuff like Car-partful Dodger. Finally, the now legendary UV rave room will have you going Moloko down in Acapulco. One – Car Part-ful Dodger