Smash Room Golf lets you break TVs, vases in competitive mini-golf game

Smash TVs, vases and more as you attempt to get holes-in-one at Smash Room Golf. Photo Credit: Buzz Nation

And just try and get a hole-in-one through a burning target.

Smash TVs, vases and more as you attempt to get holes-in-one at Smash Room Golf.
Smash TVs, vases and more as you attempt to get holes-in-one at Smash Room Golf. Photo Credit: Vincent Barone

A mini-golf pop-up will let you take a literal wack at it come this winter.

On Feb. 7, only 500 ticket holders will be granted access to Smash Room Golf, which will deliver the fun of mini-golf along with the stress relief that comes from smashing things.

Players will be given golf clubs and have free rein to break TVs, vases and other fragile things while knocking golf balls around and enjoying cold beverages, according to a representative for the pop-up.

One of the holes has 12 vases, and you must break as many as you can with just four putts. Another lets you break a TV and another hole is "set on fire while you attempt to get a hole-in-one," they said. 

An illustration of the Smash Room Golf pop-up.
An illustration of the Smash Room Golf pop-up. Photo Credit: Buzz Nation

The pop-up, which is created by Invincible Watch and Backtee Supply Co., will wrap up with a Smash Room Golf Cup competition, where players will be put through a series of tasks including hitting a hole-in-one through a burning target.

Those who take first place will be flown to Las Vegas in June to compete against other cities’ winners.

The pop-up is the latest in the "smash room" phenomenon, where people take their frustrations and anger out on (mostly) electronics, like at New York City’s Break Bar and The Rage Cage.

Find out when pre-sale tickets are going to be released by signing up at smashroomgolf.com.

Shaye Weaver