Swinging in Las Vegas (get your mind out of the gutter- we mean golf)

Do you love a little round of afternoon golf on holiday? Whether you think you’re the next Tiger Woods, or you just enjoy cruising around in the carts crushing a few beers with your mates, Las Vegas is quickly becoming a golf-friendly destination. With nearly 100 courses throughout the city, there’s loads to choose from when you’re seeking a respite from the standard strip activities.

On top of the courses and driving ranges, Vegas is adding more options for golf fans. For those who love a bit of mini golf, Mandalay Bay is opening a three-story, adults only experience which spans 40,000 feet called SWINGERS. The venue will offer street food, cocktails, and is designed to entertain guests for hours. While there is no set date for this attraction at the moment, make sure to keep an eye out because it will definitely be tee-rific.

With the Meteoric rise of TOP GOLF comes the newest addition called ATOMIC GOLF; located by the Stratosphere Hotel. Filled with food, fun, and plenty of room to yell ‘FOUR’ after a great swing, this 99,000 square foot venue will fill your golfing desires. There’s an Astrocade, Luxury Suites, a Tap Room and a Cosmic Lounge for you to explore, so get ready to par-tee in tru golfer style at Atomic Golf.


Whether you love to try new putting courses or are just looking for something different to fill one of your days in Sin City, POP STROKE is definitely a must try. Complete with TWO putting courses (18-holes each), this venue also offers a restaurant that can rival many throughout the city. Set to be located in Town Square on the strip, Pop Stroke will offer more of a family-friendly vibe, but that doesn’t mean you can’t let loose with some drinks and enjoy some putting. There’s even an app where you can order libations and they will be brought to you wherever you are on the course: talk about service. Tiger Woods and Pop Stroke work together to bring the ultimate putting experience to those who love the game, and the courses are set to be some of the best for mini golf you can find. They’ve already broken ground on the venue, so stay tuned for updates and opening details!


Lastly, if you enjoy watching golf and want to work on your golf clap, check out the LIV CUP Golf Tournament coming to Las Vegas February 8-10. Ground passes start at $150, but depending on your level of interest you can get packages that go up from there with clubhouse access and beyond. Single day and three days passes are available, so visit the website to book yours.


For more information contact one of our Vegas experts today!

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