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Looking for a bartender gig? Try the Vegas version of Topgolf

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Set to open in May, Vegas’ Topgolf will be 105,000 square feet and four levels of swinging fun.

Las Vegas has long been a golfer’s paradise—Golf magazine even ranked us the No. 3 golf city in the country. And now we’re getting Topgolf, the most Vegasy version of the sometimes sleepy sport, with its “global sports entertainment community” of 24 locations serving 8 million guests a year.

Set to open in May on the MGM Grand campus, Vegas’ Topgolf will be 105,000 square feet and four levels of swinging fun, with five bars, two kitchens, two swimming pools, a concert venue, private event spaces and—oh yeah, almost forgot—108 climate-controlled, high-tech hitting bays.

The sports/entertainment center is currently hiring golf instructors along with servers, bartenders, bussers, cooks and guest services and maintenance staff, with plans to hire more than 850 people. Vegas loves fun, but not as much as we love jobs.

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Brock Radke has been writing about Las Vegas for almost two decades. He currently serves as editor-at-large covering entertainment and ...

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