If you love all things golf, you might want to know about a huge golf facility that is coming to Columbia, Missouri. It spans 8,000 square feet and will feature elevated driving bays that has become so popular thanks to Top Golf.
Midway Golf and Games has shared some detailed plans on what this new golf place will be like. This will be a new addition to their already existing facility located just west of Columbia off of I-70. Inside Columbia shared a pic and details of how construction has already begun.
The official Midway Golf and Games website shared this snippet of what they’re creating:
We are excited to announce that work has begun on our new building which features driving range suites powered by Toptracer, a restaurant & bar and an indoor event space. In addition to our existing attractions, we believe this is another step towards becoming Mid-Missouri’s premier family fun destination.
Toptracer is very much like the vibe you’ll see at Top Golf places.
When you add this huge facility onto the already existing Midway Golf and Games location in Columbia, Missouri, you’d have to think this is going to be a must-play center for those that cannot get enough of their 3-wood.
Midway Golf and Games says this new 8,000 square foot facility will be open “in 2023”. Would be a good idea to check their official site often for updates and details as this new golf place becomes closer to reality.
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