Topgolf Entertainment Group announced its newest venue located in Chattanooga, TN will open its doors to the public on August. 7. The new venue is the second community-focused, open-air concept from Topgolf featuring a technology-driven, single-level design.
Topgolf Chattanooga features 36 climate-controlled hitting bays outfitted with Topgolf’s Toptracer technology including the signature game, Jewel Jam and some of the world’s iconic golf courses such as Pebble Beach, St Andrews, Spanish Bay, and Spyglass Hill. Similar to Topgolf Augusta, GA which opened in late June, this venue features an 18-hole mini-golf course and backyard style lawns with fire pits. Customers will also have access to cookout-style food and beverage and crafted cocktails.
Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of Topgolf Chattanooga customers and associates is the top priority. Alongside Topgolf’s other 61 venues across the globe, rigorous measures have been put in place to reinforce Topgolf’s Commitment to Play Safely. The venue is equipped with bay dividers and six-feet social distancing floor markers lining walkways to establish barriers between groups. Bays, golf clubs and game screens will be disinfected after each group and common areas will be disinfected every hour by roving cleaning teams. In addition, all associates must undergo temperature checks and health screenings prior to each shift.
“Ensuring the community of Chattanooga can safely enjoy this new Topgolf experience is deeply important to us,” said Topgolf Chief Executive Officer Dolf Berle. “When we open Topgolf Chattanooga, our Guests can be confident in the health and safety protocols we have put in place so they can focus on what’s most important: simply having a great time.”
The Chattanooga spot is located within one mile of the 275-acre multi-use sports complex, Camp Jordan, and the soon-to-be-built stadium for the Chattanooga Red Wolves. In addition to Topgolf Augusta, Topgolf plans to open its third entirely open-air concept with climate-controlled hitting bays in Waco, TX.