Topgolf Tucson is a three-story, 53,000-square-foot entertainment venue with a high-tech driving range and computerized golf games for all skill levels. Located in Marana (just east of Interstate 10), this is a popular year-round spot for birthday parties, date nights, and family weekend outings.
Visitors of all ages pay per hour per bay. In addition to 70+ bays for various party sizes, Topgolf also features a swanky bar, dine-in restaurant seating, pool tables, and a foosball table.
Topgolf opened in Marana in 2017. The address is: 4050 W. Costco Place, Tucson AZ 85741. There is only one Topgolf location in the Tucson area.
Yes. Parking at Topgolf Tucson is free and plentiful.
The hours at Topgolf Tucson are as follows:
You pay per hour per bay. The cost ranges from $25-$45 per hour per bay, depending on day of the week and time of day. A maximum of six people can play in one bay.
Brand new players must also pay a one-time $5 membership fee.
Don’t let the name fool you – Topgolf isn’t just for golfers!
Truly, golf experience is unnecessary. Topgolf provides a fun, low-stress activity for all ages and abilities. Just show up, tap on the computer screen to pick a game, and begin. Lots of laughter will ensue as you take turns in aiming your club toward a variety of holes on the range.
Think of Topgolf as an alternative to a bowling alley, skating rink, or miniature golf venue. Even if you've never golfed a day in your life, you'll likely enjoy the sport at this entertainment destination.
Guests enjoy point-scoring golf games using microchipped balls that instantly score themselves, showing players the accuracy and distance of their shots on a TV screen in their hitting bay.
In general, prices tend to be lower in the mornings on weekdays. Call ahead or check the website to ask about any current specials or promotions.
Two current promos at Topgolf Tucson include:
Every player - adult or child - must be a member. A Lifetime Membership is available for a one-time $5 charge.
A Lifetime Membership gives you:
Two hours is a strong bet, but you can certainly golf for more or less time, as desired.
Wear breathable, comfortable clothing that allows for a good range of motion. Athletic shorts or skorts, breathable shirts, performance polos, yoga pants, t-shirts, elastic waists, etc.
Yes. The indoor parts of TopGolf are all air-conditioned. The bays themselves offer fans and misters, which provide welcome relief even in the middle of summer.
No. Any closed-toe shoe will do.
If you are an experienced golfer and prefer to use your own clubs, feel free to do so.
If, however, you are a beginner and/or do not want to lug a heavy bag into the facility, clubs are available to use for all ages and heights. Club use is included in the cost.
Topgolf Tucson is most crowded on holidays, school breaks, and weekends. Weekdays (especially weekday mornings) tend to be less crowded.
No, but Topgolf has a chef-created menu that includes:
There are quite a few restaurants in this area if you prefer to dine elsewhere. Try one of these options, which are all within two miles of Topgolf:
All ages are welcome - from tiny babies to grandparents.
That being said, children ages 10+ will probably understand and get the most out of the golf games.
A stroller will not be necessary.
Yes. There is a Nursing Mothers Room.
Yes – in the restrooms.
Yes. There are three children's menu options ($6.75 each): Chicken Bites, Jr. Cheeseburger, or Grilled Cheese. Your entree is served with your choice of carrot sticks, grapes, french fries, or tator tots. The Kids Meal also comes with a drink (soda, juice, or milk). You can even choose a Shirley Temple for no additional cost!
That just about covers it. Have a great time!
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