Topgolf is set to open its first Scottish venue in Glasgow, making a significant contribution to the city's popular sports and entertainment scene.
The new Topgolf site is set to open in Rutherglen on Friday, December 16 at 10 am. The interactive golf phenomenon has venues in the UK, America, Australia, Germany, Mexico, Thailand, and the United Arab Emirates.
The people and golf enthusiasts of Glasgow can expect great food and drink, as well as fun activity, from the global leader in golf entertainment.
Topgolf encourages its customers to think of it as a technology-enabled driving range with a little extra. The venue will feature three floors and the building of this event coincides with the company's Come Play Around campaign.
Players can choose from a wide range of fun and interactive games including the signature Topgolf game designed for all skill levels, the popular Angry Birds game, a variety of virtual courses and much more.
You can aim at multiple illuminated targets on the range from one of 72 climate-controlled, all-weather bays that can hold up to six people.
Topgolf Glasgow is powered by Toptracer technology, the most trusted ball-tracing technology as seen on television at major golf events and driving ranges around the world.
"We’ve been overwhelmed with the energy of the city in the run-up to opening the doors of our first Scottish venue," said Simon Green, the Director of Operations for Topgolf Glasgow.
"Our newly recruited Playmakers are busy training and excited to welcome in our first Players ahead of Christmas.
"Those familiar with Topgolf already will recognise many hallmarks of what makes a night out here so special, including the unique games, delicious food, and party atmosphere.
"With our new technology in place, we really can’t wait to show Scotland what we’re all about and welcome everyone of all ages from across the country to join us.
Topgolf is a key part of Clyde Gateway, one of Scotland’s biggest and most ambitious regeneration programmes, backed by South Lanarkshire Council, Clyde Gateway and the Scottish Government.