Crazy golf is back and stepping into the newly refurbished Swingers you know you’re in for a treat. Post lockdown, It’s bigger and even more pimped out. From the boujie gilded cocktail bar, to the new and expansive foliage flushed terrace and fairground inspired course, this is a place that is ABSOLUTELY made for the gram.
The quirky astro turfed course is pretty impressive. You’ll swing and bump your way through the 9 hole crazy golf course, trying to get your balls through carousels, merry go rounds and ferris wheels. It’s definitely the kind of golf we can all play.
Goes without saying that all that intense putting will have you working up an appetite. Cue Patty and Bun’s new chicken concept, Jefferies where you can gorge on options such as ‘winger winger chicken dinner’ (see what they did there), their incredible juicy chicken wings smothered in barbeque sauce and topped with spring onion. Henny’s chicken wings are seriously good, dripping with oodles of deliciously tangy jerk sauce. The Bare Grillz burger (grilled confit chicken thigh, Caesar mayo, pickled onion, lettuce) is one of two tasty chicken sandwich options for those wanting something a bit more substantial. Jeff’s salad (chicory, radicchio, lettuce, green beans, roasted tomato, croutons) means that you won’t miss out on your five a day and is also a filling vegetarian option. There’s also vegan chicken nuggets for the meat free gang, as well as gluten free options available on the menu.
Playing golf is thirsty work. Pre or post putt you can sidle up the sexy main bar that serves imaginatively named cocktails with monikers such as Lime in the Coconut Collins (an irresistible concoction of Captain Morgan Original spiced, Don Q Cristal, Coco Real, Disaronno Originale, Lime Juice, pineapple, Red Bull Energy drink) or refreshing frozen cocktails such as The Dark & Stormy (Goslings Black Seal Rum, Goslings Ginger Beer, Barrow’s Intense Ginger, Monin pure Cane). There are non-alcoholic options too, with fun ones such as Coconut Colada (Coco Real, Red Bull, Lime juice, pineapple, filthy black cherry) to help fuel your inner Tiger Woods.
And if you need a top up between tees, the staff weave in between punters taking drinks orders and offering shots to help you take your shots without breaking your stride.
I can’t say you’ll leave ready for the Ryder cup, but we promise it’s a hell of a ride for your Saturday night.
Adult tickets for a 90 minute session cost £13.50 per person