Popstroke to expand with 13 new venues across the country in Las Vegas, Nashville, more

A new Popstroke venue may be coming to your area.

On Wednesday the upscale putting and dining venue announced the plans for 13 new locations to be opened in 2023 and 2024, just months after TaylorMade Golf Company made a deal with the company to push PopStroke’s value to $650 million.

Three venues are already under construction in Scottsdale, Arizona, Delray Beach, Florida and Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Las Vegas is expected to break ground in May, and all four are scheduled to open by the end of this year.

Popstroke will also expand to Nashville, Tennessee, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, as well as Dallas, San Antonio and College Station, Texas. Florida will also add additional venues 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. 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,” said CEO and Founder Greg Bartoli via a release.

Bartoli opened PopStroke’s first location in Port St. Lucie, Florida, in 2019, then brought on 15-time major champion Tiger Woods as a co-owner in 2020.

PopStroke venues feature two 18-hole putting courses created by Woods and his TGR Design team, a full-service restaurant and bar that includes outdoor dining areas, various outdoor games, a playground and even an ice cream parlor. TaylorMade provides golf balls for customers to use on the course and take home as a keepsake, as well as rental putters.

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Story originally appeared on GolfWeek