Mini Golf Bars: One of This Year’s Main Trends
If you haven’t already heard the trends for 2019, it’s all about mini golf bars and social entertainment venues this year.
It all stems from the fact that we now have the attention span of small toddlers, but on the positive side, it means there are countless innovative new mini golf bars and other social entertainment bars popping up left, right and centre. The humble sports bar has officially had a millennial makeover.
Whether you want to brush up on your ping pong skills at somewhere like Bounce, or turbo charge your mini golfing skills with a whole new way of scoring at Puttshack. It’s certainly a new age of bars, because six years ago, who’d of thought we’d be playing sports and mixing alcohol? How times are changing. When it comes to mini golf bars in particular, Puttshack undoubtedly outshines its competitors with super technological sounds, screens and even GPS tracking in the golf ball. Each hole plays host to supertubes, hazards and its own prize wheel, where you can win a free game, free drink or free pizza – not bad, not bad at all! Even better, they have off peak pricing so you can play mini golf for as little as £7.50 for an adult or £6.50 for a child all day Mondays and Tuesdays, Wednesdays-Fridays before 5pm and Sundays after 6pm.
One thing’s for sure, 2019 is the year of the mini golf bars. Or maybe it’s just the year for Puttshack.