Topgolf is one of the fastest growing entertainment companies in the country. Their Las Vegas location is the flagship venue for the company, which currently has over twenty venues open and ten more in the works.
Located on the MGM Grand property on Koval Lane and Harmon Ave, Topgolf Las Vegas sits on the former site of the Tropicana Golf Course and Country Club, as well as the former MGM Grand Hotel & Casino Adventures Theme Park. Unique by design as well as function, Topgolf blends distinct features of a driving range, nightclub, restaurant, bar, pool lounge, and entertainment venue into 105,000 square feet. More than a sports venue, Topgolf spans four levels and features a concert venue, five bars, two full-service kitchens, a retail shop, a Callaway Fitting Studio, two pools, multiple cabanas and event space for up to 3,000 guests. In addition, 108 climate-controlled hitting bays offer the ultimate in year-round comfort as players hit into a 215-yard outfield with giant, illuminated dartboard-like targets.
This flagship location was designed by Architect YWS, is nearly double the size of other Topgolf venues and has a number of features which make it as unique and flashy as Las Vegas itself. The project was completed in 15 months and includes four levels of steel, exterior insulation, a finishing system (EIFS), a 31,500-gallon pool on the third level, as well as another 10,500-gallon pool cantilevered over the foundation of the fourth level. The special details add to the exceptional atmosphere — from the amazing views of the Las Vegas Strip, the deluxe VIP Chairman’s suite, the unique diamond-polished concrete, to the one-of-a-kind three-story dancing chandelier. It is a sight to behold and there is no place like it.
Designed to be the brand’s gold standard for entertainment and fun, Topgolf Las Vegas’ multifunctional and multilayered experience will surprise and delight brand loyalists and wow first-timers. A true ‘Vegas’ experience, this flagship venue offers VIP spaces for its top-tier guests. The levels are layered, allowing guests to interact and experience multiple amenities and environments simultaneously, and the spaces are multifunctional to offer a variety of unique entertainment experiences as the day transitions to night.