The competition that “combines mini-golf with destruction” and includes holes where the object is to smash vases, TVs or make a hole-in-one through fire will travel through U.S. and Canadian cities this fall, with winners from each city competing in finals to be held in Las Vegas in March 2020.
Smash Room Golf, a new pop-up event that combines mini-golf with destruction, will come to Cincinnati, Ohio on November 29, The Enquirer of Cincinnati reported, giving golfers in that city an alternative to shopping on Black Friday that involves smashing TVs, vases and artwork with a golf club.
The event, which will also have a bar, features a hole that has 12 vases that participants must try to break with only four shots, The Enquirer reported, while another requires them to break a TV. One of the holes is even set on fire while golfers are challenged to make a hole-in-one.
Smash Room Golf will appear as a pop-up event in a number of U.S. cities and Canadian cities throughout the latter half of 2019, The Enquirer reported, and winners from the competition in those cities will compete in Las Vegas for the finals in March 2020.
The event is capped at 500 participants, who need to sign up to reserve spots at www.smashroomgolf.com.
That website shows that Smash Room Golf is co-sponsored by the makers of the Invincible Watch and BackTee Supply Co., a golf apparel company. The website touts Smash Room Golf as “the ultimate extreme golf tournament event” that offers “the chance for people to compete, drink and have fun whilst playing golf and smashing up stuff with each hole.”