Huge Top Golf venue to open in Little Rock next week
After years of anticipation, Topgolf, a unique driving range entertainment venue that was originally proposed for War Memorial Park, is finally set to open its doors near Colonel Glenn Road off Interstate 430 in Little Rock. Despite some initial objections to the project, golfers will now be able to swing into action at one of the 72 climate-controlled hitting bays on December 22nd.
This will be the second Topgolf location in Arkansas, joining the one in Rogers, and the 88th across the United States. To sweeten the deal, the venue offers half-off rates on Tuesdays, making it an ideal spot to gather with friends and family for some post-holiday fun. Situated at 5 Topgolf Way off I-430, Topgolf offers an innovative take on traditional golf, ditching the traditional cart-and-course experience in favor of hitting bays equipped with microchipped golf balls and a variety of interactive games.
Instead of navigating through manicured fairways and sand traps, players of all skill levels can focus on honing their swing in the comfort of their own bay. The tracked golf balls provide a fun and engaging way to score points, while a selection of games programmed into the computer system adds an extra layer of excitement and challenge.
Pricing is based on hourly rates rather than per person, and the cost can vary depending on the day and time of the visit. On Friday or Saturday evenings, an hour of Topgolf fun can cost up to $56 per bay.