The Twin Cities' first Topgolf facility said Monday it will hire approximately 500 associates to run the 65,000-square-foot golf entertainment center.
Topgolf is looking to hire approximately 500 people before its newest location in Glendale opens later this year.
Guests at Topgolf can enjoy point-scoring golf games using microchipped balls that score themselves. The accuracy, distance and others are shown immediately on a TV screen in the hitting bay.
They form The Topgolf Swing Suite, an interactive blend of ball-striking skills, upbeat music, comfortable chairs and interactive, multi-sport games.
Dallas-based high-tech driving range, bar and restaurant chain Topgolf broke ground Friday morning on its newest Washington area location at National Harbor.