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Scrapyard Golf Celebrates Tee-rific Success

Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Alderman Stephen Ross recently visited Scrapyard Golf, a business that opened its doors in July 2022 and has gone from strength to strength since. Located in Glengormley, Scrapyard Golf offers a unique and entertaining experience to visitors of all ages, featuring repurposed street furniture, signs, skateboards, bumps, and remoulded tyres as obstacles throughout the crazy golf course. From its humble beginnings, with only 20 visitors per day, the venue has quickly grown to welcome up to 500 people daily, showcasing its rapid success within the Borough.

Scrapyard Golf's popularity has also strengthened Glengormley's status as a prime leisure destination, complementing the nearby Funworks, Movie House, and Sportsbowl. The venue's growing success will also have a positive impact on the local economy, as increased footfall will bring added vibrancy to the area with anticipated benefits to shops, restaurants, and other businesses within the locality.

Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Alderman Stephen Ross offered his congratulations on the venue's recent success. The Mayor commented,

"Scrapyard Golf is a fantastic, family-run venue that caters to people of all ages and abilities. I'm delighted to see the venue's growing popularity in our Borough and the benefits this will also bring to the local economy. It’s great to see one of our Borough’s businesses doing so well and I wish them continued success for the future."

Henry Crowe, Owner of Scrapyard Golf commented,

“It has been a fantastic journey setting up and running my first business and I am delighted with how successful the first year has been. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has visited Scrapyard Golf as well as Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council for its continued support.”

For more information on Scrapyard Golf visit www.scrapyardgolf.co.uk