This is not just any ordinary Top Ten list of things to do in Dallas. First of all, we include 31 things to do, one for every day of the month. Secondly, we painstakingly put these recommendations through the ringer, and this list highlights all the good stuff that squeezed out on the other side.
Michael Applin, an IT manager from Theydon Bois in Essex, attempted to hole a shot for £1million yesterday. Michael had won this opportunity when he became TopGolf's one millionth customer in Chigwell.
For some, the only golf experience is an hour at a driving range. But that experience can vary from hitting water-stained balata balls off balding mats to being served cocktails while a machine automatically tees up your next shot. In that spirit, here are some of our favorite independently operated ranges in America.
Last week, TopGolf announced it had purchased the intellectual property aspects for TopGolf from World Golf Systems. The British company developed the high-tech software for the game.
Chicagoans have found a game that can appeal to Ben Hogan as easily as Rodney Dangerfield. Celebrating two years in the Chicago market this October, TopGolf is the only entertainment facility that uses computer microchips imbedded into regulation golf balls to create a one-of-a-kind, interactive game.