Gareth Bale wants to bring an indoor adventure golf center to Bristol

A brand new adventure golf center could open in Bristol, run by none other than Welsh footballer Gareth Bale. The Wales captain has recently turned to a new business venture – opening a similar venue in Cardiff.

Although it’s still early days for the business, the Real Madrid winger must be confident about his new venture as the first branch of his new Par 59 golf business hasn’t even opened yet. Built in an underground location on St Mary’s Street in the Welsh capital, it is due to open this week (Friday March 18).

If plans for a venue in Bristol go through, it would make it the second location for Bale and his business partners. Bristol’s new bar will be based near the Harborside next to platform 7.

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It will serve as an indoor adventure golf course, but will also be licensed for the sale of alcohol, recorded music and late-night refreshments. The Cardiff site has two golf courses and is described as an adults-only site.

In addition to mini-golf, it offers premium drinks and a stylish atmosphere in an attempt to bring a level of sophistication to an activity that many people associate with a day out with the family. The menu features burgers and milk chicken dishes as well as a large collection of starters or “plates” for those who want to snack on a drink in hand between rounds of mini-golf.

The name Par 59 comes from the world of elite golf where only a few have achieved that elusive score.

Bristol Harborside where footballer Gareth Bale wants to open a second indoor adventure golf center

An application for a premises license was submitted to Bristol City Council on February 25 by True Swing Bristol Limited. The new company was only incorporated on January 5, 2022 and was created by Gareth Bale alongside James Humphrys, Nicholas Saunders and Peter Cro.

The application offers opening hours from 10 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays. On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, the site hopes to be open until 01:30.

The premises in Unit 3B, Building 11, Millennium Promenade, will have licensed activities such as the sale of alcohol, recorded music and late night refreshments if approved by the council.

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Anyone wishing to perform on demand has until March 28, 2022 to do so. Although few details have been offered for the venue opening in Bristol, it is likely to be similar to the one across the border.

The first ever Par 59 venue will open in Cardiff on Friday 18th March. The official website states: “The Par 59 brings the competitive world of golf to Cardiff city centre. together.

“It is home to an upscale bar, self-catering kitchen, casual and casual dining space and two bespoke designed mini golf courses with 9 holes each. Located in the heart of St Mary Street, Cardiff, the Par 59 is the perfect place to socialize, relax and nurture your competitive edge.”

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Bonny J. Streater