Ghetto Golf in Birmingham is one of the newest additions to the Digbeth street scene, an indoor crazy golf and cocktail venue, with a difference.
Following its opening in 2017, Ghetto Golf brings a wacky combination of crazy golf, cocktails, street food and hip hop music to a converted warehouse building. Of course, there’s also the eye-catching graffiti decor, the work of 130 artists.
Bringing an adult themed indoor golf venue to Birmingham is quite simply, a stroke of genius. The fluorescent lighting, graffiti decor and adult theme is a great way to bring over 18’s together in the city.
Visitors to the venue will enjoy a brief introduction by a member of staff, before being sent off to enjoy a game of golf. Don’t worry, drinks are allowed on the course and staff will even come around to take your drink orders, whilst you continue to play.
I enjoyed a weekday visit to Ghetto Golf with colleagues, a chance to let our hair down and enjoy the venue. We navigated the 18-hole course within two hours, stopping at the end to enjoy cocktails in the spacious seating area. Food is also available, however you’re not allowed to bring food onto the course.
Each hole on the course has a theme, from Blockbusters video store (eighties and nineties babies rejoice), to Birmingham landmarks. These include Mr Egg, the Old Crown pub and the Jewellery Quarter.
Visitors to the Custard Factory located venue can expect to pay £10 per person, to enjoy a round on the mini golf course.
Would I visit again? Absolutely. Book your game of Ghetto Golf today.