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Are you planning a trip to Liverpool for a night out in the near future? If not, that could be about to change.

Why? Well, a disused brewery in the city centre has been turned into a bar which is likely to be most golfers’ idea of paradise.

Ghetto Golf is an 18-hole crazy golf experience which comes complete with a cocktail bar at the centre of the site, more bars around the perimeter and a street food stand that sells hotdogs.

The business, which opens later this month, was the brainchild of locals Danny Bolger and Kip Piper, who wanted to create a nightlife experience unlike any other.

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“We wanted to create something where you’re not limited by space so when we saw this place, within 20 seconds we knew it was perfect even though it needed a lot of work,” Piper told the Liverpool Echo.

“The whole golf course is like a rollercoaster. We’ve got funny holes, creepy holes, scary holes and even political holes.

“But we also wanted to retain some of the brewery’s natural charm, so we kept some of the old silos.”


In addition to that, some of the crazy golf obstacles also include an old sailing boat, a hippy caravan and a full-scale house which you play your shots through.

Ghetto Golf will be open every night, with DJs in a treehouse booth offering different themes, from soul, to reggae, to funk, to disco.

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The pictures above show the work in progress at Ghetto Golf ahead of its opening at the end of this month. To check out pictures of the finished bar over the coming days/weeks, follow Ghetto Golf on Facebook here.

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