An experience the whole family can enjoy with two 18 hole Tiger Woods designed courses

Nashville – The ball rolled past the hole, up a bank, through a “bunker” and off the back of the green. Disappointing, but the kids enjoyed watching me fail. That was in Port St. Lucie Florida a few years back when PopStroke only existed there.

But, according to a recent announcement by PopStroke, that experience will soon be close to home with the company expanding into 13 locations including Nashville. PopStroke is an experience the whole family can enjoy with two 18 hole Tiger Woods designed courses, elevated full-service restaurant and bar that includes outdoor dining areas, various outdoor games, a playground and an ice cream parlor.

Think Top Golf, but putting and on the most intricate, well designed miniature golf courses on the planet. Top Golf describes itself as “a technology-infused golf entertainment venue featuring a one-of-a-kind golf experience.”

“PopStroke continues to use golf to bring families and friends together in a fun, welcoming environment,” said Tiger Woods. “I am excited to see PopStroke expanding into these new cities.”

Three PopStroke venues are already under construction in Scottsdale, Delray Beach and Tuscaloosa. Las Vegas is expected to break ground in May, and all are scheduled to open by the end of 2023.

In addition, the company’s expansion efforts will begin construction this year in major markets, including San Antonio, Myrtle Beach, North Dallas and College Station. They will also extend their footprint in Florida with four additional groundbreakings in Orlando/Winter Garden, Daytona Beach, Wellington and West Palm Beach.

“We are seeing huge consumer demand to bring our immersive experience into new cities,” said PopStroke CEO and Founder Greg Bartoli. “PopStroke was created to bring people together across all ages and skill levels through the game of golf. We are thrilled to expand our reach and share the PopStroke experience with new guests.”

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