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Topgolf to open first single-level, open-air center in Augusta

Al Urbanski
You can virtually play Pebble Hill or St. Andrews at Topgolf's newest location--but no Augusta National.

Topgolf management decided to make company history in the town that is famed in PGA history -- Augusta, Ga.

This week the golf gaming and dining chain opens its first single-level, open-air location in the city that hosts The Masters golf tournament.  

"We believe people are looking for new, responsible ways to get outside and enjoy themselves, and that is why we are thrilled to introduce our latest concept in Augusta,” said CEO Dolf Berle.

The tee level holds 36 climate-controlled hitting bays that will present players with versions of top courses including Pebble Beach, Spanish Bay, and Spyglass Hill, according to a press release. 

Sounds great, but since the home of The Masters is one of the hardest courses in the nation at which to secure a tee time, why no Augusta National, Mr. Berle?

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