Grab your caddie, get in your golf cart and cruise on down to Holey Moley on Warner Street for an afternoon of putt putt. Holey Moley has cleverly created an 18-hole putt putt golf course inside a pub, genius! Finally, someone has had the sense to combine putt putt with pints.  

Sip on a tee-quila mocking birdie while you score a hole-in-one. There are many more cocktails where that one came from, as well as beer, wine and spirits; because golfing is thirsty work, right? Not only is the drink menu bursting at the seams, but they also have pizza and street food. Holey Moley’s ever-changing pop culture-themed course (and grown-up beverages), makes this place the perfect amusement park for adults. Grab your ugliest argyle golf socks and head to Holey Moley for the next birthday, bucks or hens par-tee. Oh…and you can leave your favourite nine iron at home; Holey Moley supplies all putters and balls.

Now, it wouldn’t be fair to let the big kids have all the fun. Holey Moley is also open to families and welcomes kids before 5pm. We expect to see the next Adam Scott and Karrie Webb down here scoring that elusive hole-in-one. 

When you head to Holey Moley (and you will, it’s awesome), we suggest getting into the spirit of things by embracing those sickly yellow visors - they’re no race-day fascinator but they’re loads of fun. Besides, you’ll want to be wearing your bright headgear so your friends can find you if you get lost in the labyrinth course.

Holey Moley really is a putt above the rest, this place is hands down the best mini golf course in the country - par none.