Holey Moley Austin is the first venue from the mini-golf concept to open in Texas as part of an expansion in to the United States.
Holey Moley originates in Australia and has been a huge success Down Under, and made the move into the United States with the launch of Holey Moley Denver in September 2023.
The first launch in Texas will happen in Austin in March 2024 at the former Native Hostel building in the city. It will be followed by venues in Houston and San Francisco which will be opened later in 2024.
The Austin facility can hold up to 500 customers, who can enjoy three mini-golf courses with 27 creative and fun-filled holes inspired by iconic moments and pop culture.
The venue also features an outdoor space with a stage for live music, entertainment and al fresco dining, private events area, a “Caddyshack” menu, signature cocktails and a private karaoke room that fits up to 15 people.
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“Austin is a natural fit for our irreverent Holey Moley concept,” said Blaise Witnish, Funlab USA CEO. “The city is a desired destination and full of vibrant energy.
“Austin plays host to major annual city-wide events, is home to a thriving collegiate and business community, and its residents and visitors know how to have a good time.
“We’re thrilled to bring our unparalleled entertainment experience, and over-the-top venue to the people of Austin.”
Holey Moley Golf Austin Location & Address
The Austin Holey Moley venue is located in the fully renovated and historically preserved former Native Hostel building at 807 East 4th Street.
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What is Holey Moley Golf Club?
From arcades, bowling alleys, mini-golf and much more, Funlab believes in taking familiar concepts and transforming them into immersive worlds of fun where people can connect in real life.
Magnifying every small detail to create extraordinary experiences, Funlab operates 45 venues across nine brands and over 2500 employees.
In 2023, Funlab opened the first United States Holey Moley Golf Club in Denver, Colorado, with additional US venues slated to open across the country in 2024 and beyond.