Holey Moley Golf Club is a (w)hole heap of fun. This isn’t just us saying so, either. The quirky, whacky and loopy mini-golf venue is a branch of the very same putt-putt team that has stormed Australia with their neon-lit and pop-culture infused golfing experiences. Since opening in Singapore, the format has kicked off and won us over too.
Holey Moley boasts three courses and 27 mini-golf holes where you can test out your putting skills and get a little bit competitive as well. Gone are the windmills, castles and other obstructions from the mini-golf venues of the 90s and in place you’ll find giant clown faces, shark-infested waters and Evil Knievel-inspired bus jumps.
From the 27 holes to the Caddyshack Bar, it’s fun for everyone in Clarke Quay.
There’s also The Simpsons room, a huge Nine Iron throne, a wonky chessboard, ferris wheels, UV-splattered walls and heaps more interesting nooks and crannies making reference to popular culture films, series and pastimes. It makes every hole a talking point and throwback to other times. Selfies are seemingly limitless.
Located on the corner of River Valley Road and Tan Tye Place, Holey Moley is easy to find and easy to get to. The two-storey venue is more than decently-sized as well, with the Caddyshack Bar offering up plenty of seating and space, making it a great place to hang out with friends.
The watering hole is loaded with golf-themed cocktails and 3L cocktail balloons to share as well as wines, beers, spirits and plenty of non-alcoholic beverages to quench your thirst. Hungry golfers can grab a feed with pizza, burgers (Impossible burgers, too) and sharing platters that include chicken wings and other tasty bites.
Holey Moley is open all week and is open to everyone, but those under the age of 18 must play their rounds before 5pm, which is when the Singapore’s whacky mini-golf venue must make way for the adults to play.
Grab your friends and tee up your day or night out at Holey Moley in Singapore. You won’t be disappointed unless you can’t manage to get the ball into the hole.