Adam Breeden, the former chief executive of All Star Lanes and co-founder of Bounce, the ping pong concept, is planning to launch a new golf-based restaurant and bar concept in London, called Puttshack, MCA understands.

Breeden, who also co-founded the now two-strong, darts-based concept Flight Club, is believed to have teamed up with twin brothers Steve and Dave Jolliffe, the co-founders of World Golf Systems, the driving range business, which licensed the TopGolf venues, to develop Puttshack.

MCA understands that the new venture is in talks to take space at the Westfield’s £1bn extension to its shopping scheme in London’s Shepherd’s Bush, which is due for completion next year.

It is understood that Puttshack will feature a complimentary F&B offer similar to that found in both Bounce and Flight Club.

It is thought that Breeden’s former company All Star Lanes is also in talks to take space at the extension, along with Polpo.

Flight Club, the social darts concept, which was launched by Breedon, Stephen Moore and Paul Barham just off Finsbury Square at the end of 2015, recently opened a more central site at 55 New Oxford Street.

Bounce currently operates two sites in the capital in Old Street and Holborn, plus an international site in Chicago.