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Ingles Open Road: Group Therapy

If the stress of the week has you feeling a little over-worked, under-excited, less than enthused, and ready for a good old fashioned fun fest – then we have two words for you: Group Therapy.

Located in the Upstate of South Carolina, this pub and playground is an oasis of amazing in the heart of Greenville. Here you can try your hand – and feet – at a huge variety of fun activities that are built to bring people together and turn that frown upside-down.

We’re starting things off with a little Duckpin Bowling action – doing our best to launch this little grapefruit size ball down the lane to its loud and violent destination.

While you’re working on your game you can enjoy some of their outstanding eats. They have an entire restaurant here with shareables, entrees, and more. And the full bar is ready to further fuel the good times as you experience all that this place has to offer.

Next up we’re swapping the lanes for the links as we’re playing through on one of the coolest mini-golf courses I’ve ever seen.

This was designed to lean into the nostalgia of some of my pop culture favorites. It’s a “hole” lot of fun and regardless of your skill with the putter you’ll love the experience.

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The good times keep on rolling – or gliding in this case – as you check out curling. It’s not quite the ice-capades we experienced on a previous episode – but it sure is fun.

And when you’re ready to unleash your inner lumberjack you can try your hand at axe throwing on their interactive targets – playing a variety of games as you chuck your weapon at the wood.

Or get your virtual athlete on in one of their multi-sport simulators. Whether it’s penalty kicks, batting practice, golf, and more there’s something for everyone.

This place is so much fun, and there’s more that they offer too. Karaoke is huge here with a full DJ experience, and you can snag a ping pong table for a little table tennis with your friends. If you can’t find fun here, then you may need a very different kind of group therapy.

Whether you’re knocking down the pins, chasing that elusive hole-in-one, channeling your inner Olympian on the curling course, hurling axes at digital targets, or just lounging with friends and food, the good times are in full swing at Group Therapy.

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