Ghetto Golf Birmingham

Friday, 11 May 2018

The other weekend me and my boyfriend headed to Birmingham for a day out, while there we went to Ghetto Golf.
Mini Golf, cocktails and graffiti art? Yes please!

Located at the Custard Factory entry is £10 per person and there are 18 different mini golf holes.
We did not book in advance so had to wait for the next available session. In the meantime we admired the graffiti and had a cocktail each. The drinks were reasonably priced and tasted great. You also had the option to order drinks as you made your way around the course.

There were many different types of graffiti art decorating each hole. They were all completely unique and the course was different to any mini golf course I've visited before.
My two personal favourites were the bus where you had many photo opportunities including sitting in the drivers seat and the retro dvd shop. This was a personal favourite because all of the graffiti around the hole was horror movie inspired. Anyone who knows me knows I love a good horror film.

The IT graffiti had to be my favourite one on the whole course.
Overall Ghetto Golf made for a great day out, the whole course was unique and I was constantly interested to see what the next golf hole looked like. The graffiti art was fantastic all the way around and made for some fantastic photos.
This is by far the best mini golf I've visited and I would definitely head back.

Have you been to Ghetto Golf? What did you think?

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