Junk Yard Golf Club in Oxford

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Junk Yard Golf Club Oxford

Junk Yard Golf Club has three mashed-up golf courses in their awesome Oxford venue: Gary, Bozo, and Pablo. This location is ideal for a first date or a night out with friends. 

What are the Three Golf Courses?


Disco balls and scrap metal. Take a trip down memory lane and wind your way through a UV disco room with party lights. 


Test your mettle on one of earth’s creepiest golf courses. There are nine holes of fairground and circus freaks. 


Enter a realm of terror. Tropical terror. Decorated with the skulls of failed players, you will have to go through UFC bears, glitter temples, and pirate speedboats.

Who can Visit the Golf Club?

Anyone can visit the Golf Club. It’s better if you book in advance (you can book groups of up to 8 online), but you can also show up. There are some walk-up tickets, first come first served. 

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