What is TopGolf and what do you play?
What sort of games do you play? Topgolf offers multiple game options, but the most popular is cleverly called “Topgolf.” It’s basically driving-range target practice. Players aim not at a tiny hole on the other side of an angry lake 500 yards away but at one of several enormous targets scattered around the range.
Is Topgolf a good time to visit?
Not that Topgolf is golf, exactly. Part high-tech driving range, part entertainment complex, it can be a lot of things to a lot of people. What it should always be is a good time. With that in mind, here are nine tips for making the most of your next (or first) Topgolf visit. 1. Reserve a Bay
How much does Topgolf cost?
At a Topgolf, what you do is reserve a bay. It’s a good idea, especially on weekends. (But it’ll cost you, too — up to $50.) If you’ve got a lot of people, Topgolf will set aside a space to accommodate your group. Plan accordingly, in fact, and they’ll even rent you the entire place. A view of the hitting bays at Topgolf Scottsdale. 2.
What makes the Topgolf in Las Vegas so special?
Bet you’ve never seen a Topgolf like the one in Las Vegas. It’s the mothership, the largest and most lavish of all the company’s venues, with four floors of hitting bays; 5 bars; 2 swimming pools with cabanas; a concert venue; a private event space; and 200-plus high-def screens, in case you can’t find anything better to do.