Ghetto Golf is set to get hearts racing as couples go head to head as part of its Valentine’s weekend antics.
The adults-only leisure attraction, located in the Custard Factory, is offering its guests a Valentine’s date with a difference by combing crazier than crazy golf with quirky additions such as an exclusive sharing cocktail and personalised accessories.
As part of the package, couples and even best friends can customise and don their very own bespoke Ghetto Golf visor and take a trip through 18 holes in a bid to win the heart of their date by showing off their impressive putting skills.
Founder and owner of Ghetto Golf Kip Piper said: “This Valentine’s Day, we want to offer couples and friends alike the chance to break away from the norm and try something totally different. No more candlelit dinners and a boring bottle of wine – instead we’ve replaced the age-old traditions with an evening of cocktails, crazy golf and a fantastic hip-hop playlist.
“Nothing says ‘I Love You’ like sharing a cocktail and our exclusive blend of Midori, Vanilla Syrup, Lemon Juice, Raspberry Purée and Pineapple Juice can be combined with any base spirit and is the perfect size for two. Created just for the Valentine’s period, the appropriately named concoction ‘Drunk in Love’ might just provide you with the Dutch courage you need to ask for a second date at the end of the night!”
The limited-edition custom visors, designed exclusively by Ghetto Golf’s resident graffiti artist, will encourage guests to snap a selfie on the course, setting the ultimate #couplegoals on the most romantic day of the year.
Ghetto Golf’s Valentine’s package includes a round of golf for two people plus a sharing cocktail and visor for £40 per couple and is available from Thursday, February 14 to Sunday, February 17.
For more information or to book visit www.ghettogolf.co.uk
" No more candlelit dinners and a boring bottle of wine instead weve replaced the age-old traditions with an evening of cocktails, crazy golf and a fantastic hip-hop playlist."
Owner and Founder of Ghetto Golf Kip Piper
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