Popular and unique mini-golf experience in Newcastle launch student offer

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Golf Fang have announced discounted prices for students settling into university life.

A popular Newcastle mini-golf venue has announced an exclusive student offer, as people settle into university life in Newcastle.

Golf Fang, which is located at The Clay Shed in Hoult’s Yard on Walker Road, is a unique mini-golf experience, made up of 18 hole courses with each hole offering a “gram worthy photo opportunity”, as well as bespoke art, graffiti, DJs and a selection of exciting cocktails and street food.

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Popular holes for photo opportunities include a Jeremy Kyle inspired set and a life-sized teddy claw machine.

Golf Fang’s brand-new student offer includes a round of pre-booked golf for £6.50 with walk-ins paying only 50p more for a round of golf, as well as discounted drinks prices for students.

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A selection of cocktails such as Blow Ya Mind and Sicker Than Yo’ Average will be available for only £6, and mocktails such as Sippin’ No Gin Just Juice and Return of the Mock, will cost only £3.

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Golf Fang’s specialty slushies will also be available, with alcohol for £4.50, and without alcohol for £2.50. Other drinks options such as gin, vodka and more will be available at discounted prices.

The student offer will run from Sunday to Thursday all day, and on Friday and Saturday from 9pm. All students must present a valid Student ID to redeem the offers.

For more information and to book, please visit the Golf Fang website.

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