A new BYOB crazy golf course is opening in London

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Those looking for a different outdoor activity to try with friends will be thrilled to hear there’s a new one opening in London – with boozy twist.

A new BYOB crazy golf course is launching in the capital this weekend.

The team at Plonk Golf are opening a new branch in London Fields, with a similar design to the sister sites in Camden and Forest Hill. 

If the crazy golf course wasn’t enough, the spot also features a retro arcade, pinball parlour, ice cream shack, sandwich shop and tiki bar.

Guests are encouraged to BYOC (bring their own cocktails) – which is a welcome move following the temporary London Fields drinking ban which has stopped people boozing in parks.

Golfers can bring up to 700ml of liquor (rum, gin, vodka or whisky) per four to six people and the venue’s mixologists will get to work transforming the spirit into a delicious cocktail for the group.

This full cocktail experience costs £30 in total and includes a round of golf, ten tokens, two jugs of mixers, sandwiches and access to park games including skittles and snakes and ladders.

To ensure social distancing can be carried out at all times, Plonk is only accepting bookings of up to six people.

There will also be a number of sanitation measures in place, to ensure guests and staff are kept safe.

But, for anyone not ready to venture out from their house yet, Plonk has put together online packs with instructions on how to make your own mini golf course at home.

Those looking for more activities in the capital, there are a number of hidden gems to discover including The Royal Arcade in Mayfair and Postman’s Park at the Barbican.

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