TopGolf, the unique sports entertainment complex that bills itself as more than just a driving range, has just introduced an online version of one of their most popular games. Available at TopGolfTheGame.com, the online game allows players to select the power and accuracy of each shot while aiming for any of 10 targets. Like the real game, points are scored based on accuracy. In celebration of the new release, TopGolf will award prizes every week for the next six weeks to the top online scorers, redeemable at any of TopGolf’s six locations.
Founded in England in 1997, TopGolf opened its first U.S. location in Alexandria, Virginia in 2005, adding Chicago and Dallas in 2007. TopGolf is an entertainment facility that uses computer microchips embedded in regulation golf balls to create an interactive game for both the hard-core golfers and first-time golfers. The state of the art software, invented in Britain, includes a handful of computer assisted golf games where players get points by hitting targets.