Junkyard Golf Club
Time Out says
A nine-hole crazy golf course around a mocked-up UV paint-splattered scrapyard.
After calling Brick Lane our home for the past 3 years, we're now opening a BIGGER, BETTER, WEIRDER yard on Worship street 28.11.19. Expect a brand new pimped-up venue, epic beats & an even weirder new course!
Players can putt their way through all sorts of bizarre holes, think scrapyard slides, UFC bear cages, circus freaks and a tree house bar.
MEET THE COURSES
BOZO - A dark, dystopian and dodgy fairground.
PABLO - Take an excursion into the unknown as you navigate 9 holes of polluted paradise.
GARY - Time to take our scrapyard challenge.
NEW COURSE PENDING!
The Junkyard gang likes to keep it old school festival style with booze. You can choose from a wide range of beer, cider, wine spirits and cocktails all served in red party cups across 5 individually themed bars.
Check out cocktails like ‘Hotling Ting’ and ‘Welcome to Jamrock’, garnished with your favourite childhood treats such as Jammy Dodgers and bon-bons. You can grab a drink before, during or after your game!
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91 Brick Lane
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Users say (16)
Average User Rating
3.9 / 5
- 5 star:4
- 4 star:8
- 3 star:2
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:1
I attended a Christmas Party at Junkyard Golf Club tonight and I am still reeling from the appalling service received and the altogether unpleasant experience. Albeit it was an exceptionally busy night, being the penultimate Thursday before Christmas, however immediately upon arrival myself and my two colleagues were required to have our bags searched - absolutely fine, other than that it was preceded by an "Oi - you need your bags searching." The space itself is cramped and was incredibly busy, again, to be expected. This meant though that you could't move, especially not if you had a bag. Totally impossible to get to the bar. There is a cloakroom advertising storage; coats for a pound and bags for two. I queued up at 6.15pm, and was told that there were no spaces left for bags... I was told that 'what do you think, this isn't a Narnia for bags Miss.' I eventually managed to store my bags after I saw two golfers leave with theirs about an hour later (I was still told that there was no space), whereupon they were placed under the desk and promptly lost. My colleagues also struggled with the bag fiasco, and as a result thirty of us were left to play golf balancing bags on backs, after a twenty minute queue for clubs. Golf was fine but cramped, though I was incredibly put off by obnoxious and somewhat sexist signs (one course had bikini bottoms littering the "green" and a cardboard cut out of two oversized women - one with a cock and balls drawn on her chest (!!!!!)). Such a shame and overall totally embarrassing and enraging. I would give this 0 stars if the posting didn't require at least one, and I highly recommend that you do not go there, especially given that there are a range of incredibly professional and well managed mini golf clubs/popups nearby!
Says on the website under 18s admitted until 7pm Monday to Wednesday - but you have to go to the FAQs to find out that under 18s must be accompanied by a paying adult. Only found out when our emailed tickets came through, but by then we paid our money. No phone number and FAQs say cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance. So we are stuffed. Sh*t customer service from these thieves, stealing money from hard up teens.
Awesome...best crazy golf course I have ever been too. Good cocktail menu. Was fully booked in advance but walked in and they were able to fit us in after a short wait.