Topgolf launch sweepstakes for the chance to win free Topgolf for a year

The ultimate baller grand prize, worth over $4,000, is just one of many prizes that you can win this month.

Matt Chivers's picture
Tue, 6 Apr 2021

Topgolf launch sweepstakes for the chance to win free Topgolf for a year

Topgolf have launched the "Win Free Topgolf for a Year and the Ultimate Baller Package" sweepstakes which give golfers the chance to win great prizes during The Masters and throughout April. 

The ultimate baller grand prize will go to one lucky contestant and it includes free Topgolf gameplay for a year and a Callaway EPIC MAX or SPEED driver.

The grand prize also includes TravisMathew and Jack Wolfskin merchandise, an Oculus Quest 2 VR Headset equipped with Topgolf with Pro Putt Game, an OGIO WOODE 8 Hybrid Bag and a one-year by Topgolf Premier membership with World Golf Tour. 

Five runners-up will win a free six-month Platinum Elite Topgolf membership and a one-year World Golf Tour Plus membership and every contestant who doesn't win will receive a $10 off gameplay coupon.

In order to enter, you need to text the word 'BALLER' to the number 68633 or you can enter online at topgolf.com/winayear

The sweepstake will run from April 1st to April 30th and the lucky winners will be drawn on May 6th. Fans can find even more information on these exciting sweepstakes by going to topgolf.com/winayearsweeps

 

 

"There are a host of major cultural moments throughout the month of April, and we see these as an opportunity to introduce new guests to the Topgolf experience – especially through fun, spur-of-the-moment experiences and activities," said Lynda Firey Oldroyd, who is the Topgolf Entertainment Group Chief Customer Officer.

"As we continue to grow and redefine the sport of golf, this nationwide sweepstake enables someone to experience Topgolf all year long while also inviting people from all walks of life to connect with us at the intersection of entertainment and technology."

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