We’re big fans of Golf, so were super excited to review this spot!
We arrived a little too early for our booking, so decided to get a drink at the bar … one of 5 may we add. Yes that’s right Swingers has not one, not two but 5 bars! Talk about quenching your thirst at every angle! As you know we love sweet cocktails, so the strawberry Daquiri and Pina Colada went down a treat. It was nearly our time to go up so could only fit in one cocktail but that was absolutely fine as we knew we would come across another bar along the way.
Once we headed to the Golf course, we chose the Light House Course. Not that we knew the difference between the two, but simply because we liked its name, we were handed a instruction guide to read.This also doubled up as a scoreboard so it was easy to take down point scores. We then went off to the first post, Golf clubs in hand and ready to go.
We’d be lying if we said it a walk in the park, Swingers really put us to the test! It was a matter of angles, positioning, aim and real technique. The course had 10 putt holes, so took some time to reach the last one, but once we had we were left wanting more! Unfortunately it was quite late at this point so we were unable to try the other course, but we’ll definitely be back!
As there was no time for another game we decided to get some food. Swingers had outdone our expectations with the cocktails, so we were really hoping for the same with the food. There were three well known restaurants to choose from, Le Bab Pizza Pilgrims and Patty and Bun. it was such a hard choice having seen the food of everyone around us. In the end we decided we fancied a burger, so ordered from Patty and Bun, which we quite enjoyed! So much so we think it may deserve its own review!
All in all, Swingers is a really cute spot for a casual date night, or even just a games night amongst friends! It ticked all the right boxes we’ll definitely be back!
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Swingers – the crazy golf club
8 Brown’s Buildings
(Between Bury Street and St Mary Axe)
London EC3A 8AL