Toptracer have launched a brand new challenge for this week, giving golfers a chance to take on the US Open venue Torrey Pines.
A cross-platform competition that connects players from around the world is set to break records for participation, with 100,000 players expected to take part globally.
You can participate at Topgolf and Toptracer Range locations around the world, as well as on the leading World Golf Tour (WGT) online game on your phones and computers.
Coinciding with the real-life staging of the year's third major, the 9-Shot Challenge presented by the US Open is taking place from June 12th to 20th, with participants hitting approach shots on nine different virtual golf holes at Torrey Pines as they vie for the top spot on global leaderboards.
Testing golfers' iron play skills, whether it be online on WGT or in person at participating locations, players can see where they stand on real-time global leaderboards throughout the duration of the tournament, with a selection of prizes up for grabs.
The overall winner of the challenge will take home a US Open flag signed by this year's champion, while the runner-up and third-placed competitors will scoop $150 and $100 USGA shop gift cards.
Representing Topgolf's commitment to growing the game of golf by making it more accessible and connecting communities across the globe, the previous two stagings of the 9-Shot Challenge have proven to be a huge hit, with hundreds of thousands of players taking part.
"We are dedicated to providing innovative ways for players of all ages and abilities to access the game of golf and connecting communities through fun and technology-driven experiences," said Toptracer President Ben Sharpe.
"We are thrilled with the levels of participation that we have seen during our previous two 9-Shot Challenge events, and we can't wait for this one to be bigger, better and more fun than ever."
To find out more, visit Topgolf's 9-shot challenge site: https://topgolf.com/9shotchallenge.