Exciting news is about to put Charlotte on the map for golf lovers everywhere. A Golf Entertainment Firm named Top Golf has set its sights on the city, and its new facility is set to open in early 2017. It will be located at Interstate-485 and Arrowood Rd.

This will be the first golf entertainment complex in the area, and re-zoning has already been approved by the Charlotte City Council for construction to begin.

What it is?

Top Golf’s design is much like that of a bowling alley; groups are given designated “alleys” where they can eat, drink and compete against one another on simulated golf course screens to get the highest score. Each golf ball contains a microchip to track your accuracy and distance, and extra points are given for hitting specific targets.

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The program can cater to competitive golfing games for all ages and skill levels.


The facility is designed with entertainment in mind, with plans for 230 high-definition flat screens, bard and beverage menus and 3,000 sq. feet of space for private event space.

The economic output for Top Golf is expected to reach $264.5 million over a 10-year-period, and it’s expected to cater to approximately 450,000 visitors in its first year.

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