It’s time to golf at Raymond James Stadium. Topgolf, the ultra popular driving range/restaurant and taproom, is popping up at the home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers May 4-7. Reservations are still available and can be made online.
The stadium series converts America’s most beloved venues into temporary Topgolf experiences. From the upper deck hitting bays, attendees will score points by hitting onto the playing field. Toptracer technology will accurately trace shots and show guests instant replays. From a Topgolf press release, “Good food, good drinks and good music, along with some friendly competition – all comes standard. Not a golfer? Neither are we. It’s fun for all.”
Topgolf Live turns Raymond James into a wild golf course
Typically, there are six giant targets on the field ranging from 40 to 150 yards away, and each section of each target has a point value. When it’s your turn, you’ll have five shots to accumulate as many points as possible. Your score will be determined based on distance and accuracy—the further your ball goes and the closer to the center of a target it lands, the more points you’ll earn. The fifth ball in each turn is worth double.
Each player in the bay will take turns hitting five shots and after each player has completed their turn, the game is over. Your group can play as many games as time allows (each tee time lasts one hour). Typically, a bay with a maximum of six players can complete four or five games at a reasonable pace.
Topgolf Live is the perfect event for non-golfers as well. Spectators are invited to hang out in the iconic stadium with friends, and enjoy some food or beverages. The Live Lounge is the best place to spend time before or after your tee time with games like corn hole and chippo to enjoy.
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