Grosvenor Europe has announced that Junkyard Golf Club, the crazy golf bar, is to open in Liverpool One in a 17,000 sq ft unit which will be the brand’s fifth location in the UK.
Set to launch early in 2019 on The Terrace within Liverpool One’s dining and leisure area, Junkyard Golf Club will be designed by an in-house team in conjunction with OBI Property. The unit being occupied is 1 Paradise Street, formerly operated by Jungle Rumble.
The club will be offering three nine-hole courses with unusual designs: Pablo, a ‘polluted paradise’, Gary, a ‘scrapyard disco’, and Bozo, a ‘dystopian fairground’. All courses will include props constructed from reclaimed and reworked parts, and feature scrapyard slides, a hall of shattered dreams, and a UV disco room.
Junkyard Golf Club Liverpool also has four bars dotted around the golf courses, serving cocktails.
Alison Clegg, director, asset management at Grosvenor Europe, said: “Junkyard Golf Club is a leading brand in competitive socialising and will enrich the leisure experience available in Liverpool One and the wider city centre.”
Chris Legh, co-founder of Junkyard Golf Club, added: “Liverpool One was the obvious choice for our expansion plans in the North West. Each site follows our design principles of providing visitors with an immersive experience you cannot find with other crazy golf brands, plus a bar that can be enjoyed whether you are playing a round of golf or not.”
The news follows the announcement in July that The Alchemist is to launch a brand-new concept bar, Aether, on Liverpool One’s Chavasse Park later this month.
Cushman & Wakefield and Metis acted for Liverpool One. Junkyard Golf Club was represented by OBI.