With 15 months and a massive 300,000 rounds of mini golf under its belt, Melbourne's putt putt club-cocktail bar hybrid Holey Moley has scored an ambitious revamp.
The Little Bourke Street space will reopen its doors today, sporting nine brand new themed holes, on top of the current 18-hole course that's been enjoyed by around 5,000 punters each week since it first launched.
The supercharged offering includes fun additions like Zappy Go Larry, referencing the board game Operation, a curly situation dubbed These Pretzels Are Making Me Thirstee, and film-inspired hole, Ferris Wheeler's Day Off. The 18 holes on the venue's second level have remained the same.
Holey Moley's ground-floor cocktail bar has also been given a hefty face lift, unveiling a new look and a new pun-filled lineup of libations to match. That post-putting drinks session now include sips like the Cherry Ripe for the Picking — featuring chocolate and cherry liqueurs, coconut rum, milk, whipped cream and a Cherry Ripe garnish — and the Austin Sours, crafted on Aperol and vanilla vodka.
The Holey Moley stable currently includes ten venues across four states, with the next set to open in Wollongong, NSW, next month.