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By Sarah Ward
March 22, 2017

Brisbane's Insane Mini-Golf Bar Holey Moley Is Coming to Melbourne

Have a few drinks over 27 holes of club-swinging antics.
By Sarah Ward
March 22, 2017

Hitting the indoor mini-golf course for a few holes of pop culture-themed fun and a few rounds of delightfully named beverages isn't just something Brisbanites should enjoy, or Sydney residents either. After launching in Queensland in late 2016, and announcing their first New South Wales venture just last week, Holey Moley Golf Club has revealed plans for its first Melbourne digs.

Come April 20, prepare to tee off at 590 Little Bourke Street in the CBD, with 27 holes of club-swinging antics on offer across two levels. It'll be Holey Moley's biggest venue yet, which means that there's plenty of room for creative courses. How will they top Brissie's glow-in-the-dark room, Big Lebowski offering, putting versions of skeeball, pinball, eightball and Twister, and all-round mini-golf insanity? How indeed.

Just what themes Melburnians will be tap, tap, tapping their way through is yet to be revealed, although everyone will be able to break out into song at the same time, with karaoke part of the antics. If you choose to work your way through the Happy Gilmore soundtrack, no one will stop you (at least not any of the staff).

Drinks-wise, expect cocktails. Brisbane's Caddyshack Bar boasts a pun-laden drinks list that includes the Putty Professor, the Teeyonce Knowles and a Long Island Iced Tee (just what it sounds like, but with an appropriate name). Beer, cider and wine will also be available, but when you're aiming for a hole-in-one, it seems appropriate to be drinking from one (made from Pampero white rum, cinnamon whisky, half a banana, sugar syrup and a doughnut — yep, a doughnut) at the same time.

Holey Moley Golf Club will open at 590 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne from April 20. For more info, check out their website and Facebook page.

Published on March 22, 2017 by Sarah Ward

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