Crazy golf group Big Fang plans three new UK venues after £5.5m deal

The group behind the Golf Fang chain of colourful crazy golf venues is planning three new UK sites this year after securing a £5.5m funding deal.
Big Fang Collective has secured the growth capital from alternative lender ThinCats as it continues its expansion plans. The “competitive socialising group” was founded in 2016 by Kip Piper and Dan Bolger, when they opened the then Ghetto Golf in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. It now has six Golf Fang sites across the country, employing more than 260 people.
Its crazy golf venues in Liverpool, Birmingham, Newcastle, Sheffield, Glasgow and Cardiff are all covered in graffiti and street art. The group says it aims to offer “show-stopping experiences” at venues “built on the foundation of immersive experiences, urban art, unique cocktails, and live music”. This year it launched two new concepts at its Liverpool flagship – immersive karaoke destination Big Fang Karaoke and pizzeria Nothing Cheezy.
In 2022 Big Fang won £5m …