New Seattle Topgolf venue offers indoor golf gaming option

Al Urbanski
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Golf gamers in rainy Seattle can drive and stay dry indoors using Topgolf's new Full Swing indoor bays.

Seattle is a place where “tech is at the center of everything,” according to Topgolf’s COO, so the company will introduce Swing Suite simulator bays at its new center in the home of Microsoft.

Indoor bays powered by Topgolf Full Swing technology give players a drier setting to play golf on one of Seattle’s many rainy days. Competitors hit balls against a full-wall digital display of a simulated Topgolf range, one of which lies just outside. The new facility in the Seattle suburb of Renton is a standard three-level, 102-bay Topgolf venue.

"As we open the doors of our outdoor venue for the first time in the state of Washington, we look forward to welcoming to the community more ways to play the game of golf in their own way," said Topgolf’s Gen Gray.

Washington State’s first Topgolf will also employ the company's first skylit central atrium architecture design. With comfortable seating, yard games, and a giant video wall, the atrium creates a hangout spot that connects the indoor and outdoor gaming experience with a patio, bars, and rooftop terraces.

Located off Logan Avenue near The Landing shopping mall and the Boeing Company's Renton factory, the venue will employ approximately 500 Topgolf associates. It is Topgolf’s 78th global location.