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Topgolf’s VIP Chairman’s Suite offers unique luxury

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This Sacred Space proves why Golf Digest dubbed Topgolf “the world’s most insane driving range.”

By now we are at least partially familiar with the multitude of experiences available at Topgolf, the massive entertainment complex lurking behind MGM Grand. Dubbed “the world’s most insane driving range” by Golf Digest, the Vegas version of Topgolf can’t easily be pigeonholed; it’s certainly sports-based, but on any given day or night it can act like a nightclub, a concert hall, a neighborhood bar perfect for watching the big game or a relaxing, sunny pool deck.

There are so many varied functions and spaces at Topgolf, it’ll take us longer than its first six months to check them all out. The latest discovery: the ultra-VIP experience you can only get in the Chairman’s Suite.

Countless celebrities, pro athletes and music and movie stars have already made this discovery. The private corner suite on the fourth floor is the most sought-after spot at Topgolf, offering two luxury hitting bays enclosed by an airplane hangar-style door, a private pool, special Calloway clubs reserved for the 30-40 people who can fit into the suite, bottle service and an exclusive, customizable menu. The Chairman’s Suite is fast becoming one of the most talked-about golf facilities in the country, thanks to its one-of-a-kind luxury, high-tech capability and breathtaking views. Topgolf Las Vegas at MGM Grand, 4627 Koval Lane, 702-933-8458.

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