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Topgolf Las Vegas makes for an ideal football destination

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Topgolf is not your average driving range. Where else can you watch football on a 28-by-50-foot screen?
Photo: Michael Baxter

You wouldn’t assume a driving range would be the hottest spot for football watching parties. But Topgolf Las Vegas is not your average driving range. Located on eight acres behind MGM Grand and boasting two swimming pools, club-style cabanas, a full-on concert stage, an onsite mobile sports book, full food and drink menus and 108 climate-controlled hitting bays spread over three stories, Topgolf is a tremendous example of the evolution of full-spectrum entertainment along the Vegas Strip.

As if there wasn’t enough going on here, Topgolf has launched a weekly Thirsty Night Football promotion hosted by local radio fixture Chet Buchanan of KLUC 98.5-FM. Drink specials, giveaways and themed foods tied to the teams on the gridiron help create a friendly neighborhood bar experience—if your neighborhood bar had more than 300 HDTV screens sprinkled throughout the premises, including four building-sized, 28-by-50-foot screens in Topgolf’s outfield. Whether you’re partying with the Thursday night football crowd or cheering your team on Saturdays or Sundays, you won’t miss a minute of pigskin action, even while you’re teeing off. Topgolf Las Vegas, 4627 Koval Lane, 702-933-8458; Sunday-Thursday 9 a.m.-2 a.m., Friday & Saturday 9 a.m.-3 a.m.

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