Job opportunities at Hull’s new indoor golf attraction

25th Aug

Lost City Adventure Golf had planned to open in the city earlier in the year, but construction work on the new space had to be paused due to lockdown. Following the easing of restrictions, work is now able to start again to transform its St Stephen’s location and the attraction is now looking for up to 15 new members of staff.
The two 18-hole adventure indoor golf courses will transport golfers to the heart of a tropical rainforest, with large-scale special effects, animal animatronics, ‘tropical rainstorms’ and dramatic, fun interactive features.
Lane Scott, director of Lost City Adventure Golf, said: “We’re really excited to bring something completely new to Hull.
“We were disappointed to postpone our opening but were conscious to adhere to lockdown restrictions and follow Government guidance. We’re now busy transforming our new space into an immersive, interactive golfing experience that’s fun for all ages.”
Alongside the two golf courses, Lost City Adventure Golf will also include a Tiki bar, hidden among palm trees, which will provide golfers with the perfect place to quench their thirst after a competitive round of adventure golf.
Lane added: “Adventure golf is competitive fun for all ages so we naturally attract a lot of families. But because we also have food and drink facilities, it’s also great for those on the dating scene, looking to go somewhere a bit different to go on their next date or groups wanting to head out for a few drinks, some fun and a bit of healthy competition. Our Nottingham and Belfast locations also see a lot of stag dos and hen parties. So there really is something for everyone!
“Work is progressing really well so now we’re looking for staff to join our journey.
“We’re on the lookout for team members – including full and part time positions – who will be part of a passionate and fun team, committed to delivering top-class customer service. 
“We can’t wait to welcome guests very soon and officially open our doors in Hull!”

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