The venue is now just weeks away from opening to the public. On Wednesday night, 24-Hour News 8 got to see how things are coming along.
Ken May will retire this month as leader of Topgolf's U.S. ventures after helping the fast-growing Dallas-based company launch 24 entertainment venues, the company announced Tuesday.
“We go to Vegas two or three times a year to gamble – maybe a little or a lot. So we’re going to stick around after the weekend,” Williams said. “Hopefully, we’ll have $50,000 to play with.
There’s a new Topgolf “Swing Suite” in the MGM Grand Detroit Casino Hotel.
These players are gearing up to head to the Topgolf Tour Championship in Las Vegas on Oct. 14-16 to compete for $50,000!