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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Get Aggressively Drunk and Smash Things While Mini-Golfing at Yet Another Cleveland Pop-up

Posted By on Wed, Jul 24, 2019 at 4:10 PM

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A new pop-up event that allows you to get aggressively drunk and smash things is coming to Cleveland Feb. 21.

Smash Room Golf combines the childhood joy of mini-golf with the adult pleasures of intoxication and mindless destruction. The mini-golf course and attached bar features plenty of creative holes. There's one where the goal is to smash 12 vases in 4 shots. Another lets you smash a TV, some artwork, and is literally set on fire while a person tries to putt.



The temporary golf course runs in 12 cities through the spring of 2020 and culminates in the Smash Room Golf Cup, a competition that sending winners from around the country to face off in Las Vegas that June. The exact Cleveland location is still TBD.

Only 500 tickets are available for the Cleveland run. You can order presale tickets here.

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