Friday, February 24, 2017

Topgolf Orlando Will Be Phenomenal


Ya gotta love Topgolf, the hugely popular, trendy nightclub/restaurants where everyone hits golf balls with computer microchips to targets, noshes on innovative cuisine and sips on adult beverages-- all while listening to some sweet tunes in a laid-back, sophisticated environment.

I know, I know, there are haters out there who can't put their golf tradition aside and appreciate Topgolf. Yet, those folks really don't know what they're missing.  

Topgolf is a fantastic way to engage in the game even if you don't know a golf club from a tennis racquet.  In a fun and convivial atmosphere it introduces people to the game without all the fear and intimidation factors. Interestingly, nearly 40% of all Topgolf guests describe themselves as "non-golfers."
That said, Topgolf, which currently has 24 locations serving 8 million guests annually, will open an amazing venue in Orlando, Florida in Fall 2017.

Here's what you need to know about Topgolf Orlando:

--The three-level complex will encompass a whopping 65,000 square feet.

--It will be located in a prime location at Convention Way and Universal Boulevard, right across the street from the Orange County Convention Center near International Drive.

--There will be 3,000 square feet of private event space and meeting rooms.

--The 102 climate-controlled hitting bays will host up to six players at one time.

--More than 200 high-definition flat-screen TVs will be situated throughout the complex.

--There will be a full-service restaurant and bar and rooftop terrace and fire pit.

--The drinks and food selections will feature an upscale menu highlighted by specialty drinks like the Tipsy Palmer and Strawberry JalapeƱo Margarita, craft beer selections, wine by the bottle or glass and delicacies like Bacon Mac 'N Cheese Springs Rolls, Pulled Pork Sliders and Char-grilled Steak Flatbread.

See you there...

1 comment:

  1. Topgolf Orlando is an attraction that is helping revitalize I-Drive and provide more entertainment options for the 5 million visitors the corridor welcomes each year. The success of that attraction, and many others, is vital to Orlando's overall $60 billion tourism and travel industry that serves 66 million annual visitors.

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