Hole 19 British-themed mini-golf pop-up is coming to Las Vegas

Hole 19 Miniature Golf Bar Las Vegas is coming to Summerlin, Nev., just a golf ball’s throw away from the famous Las Vegas strip. The 6-week 1900’s British-style miniature golf pop-up will open its “secret” clubhouse to guests on Thursdays to Sundays from Sept. 24 – Nov. 1, 2020.

Hole 19, Mini-Golf, Pop-Up, Las Vegas
Images courtesy of Hole 19 Las Vegas

Once inside, players can enjoy a friendly game of miniature golf on the custom-built 9-hole course inspired by a long-forgotten 1900’s British golf clubhouse. The course may be charming, but a skate park designer crafted it, so it’s also guaranteed to challenge even the most seasoned putters.

In addition to the British clubhouse, Hole 19 Las Vegas features a full bar because your British hosts believe, “whilst guests par, they should indeed, bar.” Therefore, bartenders will be serving up beer and wine as well as golf-themed hand-crafted cocktails. Those include Tiger’s Tonic made with botanical gin, zesty tonic, cucumbers, and lavender; May The Course Be With You made with whiskey, orange bitters, and infused sugar syrup; and Who’s Your Caddy made with bubbles, peach, and fresh rosemary.

Hole 19, Mini-Golf, Hand-Crafted cocktails

“Whilst” guests are sipping their drinks, there are fun bar games to be played, including Jenga, cards, Connect 4, and arcade and video game consoles. Of course, there are also drink stands at each hole to place those very important cocktails before stepping up to putt.

Hole 19 Las Vegas Hours

  • Thursdays: 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.
  • Fridays: 4 p.m. – Midnight       
  • Saturdays: Noon – Midnight
  • Sundays: Noon – 10 p.m.

Hole 19 Las Vegas will be strictly adhering to all state and locally mandated COVID-19 guidelines.

Tickets are $20 per person and are non-refundable. Walk-ins may be accepted, but pre-booking is recommended. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

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