Tiger Woods’ new mini-golf and entertainment center PopStroke is expanding beyond Florida, with plans to open in Arizona next year.
PopStroke Entertainment, now open in Port St. Lucie and Fort Myers, Florida, said it has signed agreements for new locations across the South and Southwest that will open over the next 12 to 18 months, including near Scottsdale and in Glendale. The company is co-owned by Tiger Woods and Greg Bartoli.
“PopStroke is a technology-infused golf-entertainment concept featuring Tiger Woods and his TGR Design team’s 36-hole putting facility, coupled with an outdoor dining area with a full menu, expansive variety of craft beer, wine, signature cocktails, ice cream, outdoor games and a playground,” a press release from the company said.
The two 18-hole putting courses will look different at each facility, with synthetic turfs “incorporating fairways, bunkers and rough as seen on traditional golf courses.” A mobile app allows players to order food and drinks from anywhere on the course and have them delivered.
Woods said in a statement, “Each new location will have a different course design and layout, giving players unique putting challenges as they travel across the country.”
On May 6, PopStroke announced four new Florida locations, one in Texas and two in metro Phoenix.
Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale and the Pavilions at Talking Stick on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Reservation near Scottsdale were chosen. The company is working locally with YAM Properties and De Rito Partners Development Inc., respectively.
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