Scotsdale, AZ – For those of you who think that small golf courses need to be upgraded beyond the usual windmills and streams, you are lucky that another company has announced plans to bring some improved courses to the Phoenix area.
Scotch Tshak, a tech-savvy entertainment concept that combines interactive miniature golf courses, indoor DJs with food and beverages, plans to build a 25,000-square-foot, two-story, two-story space near Scottsdale Road. Greenway Hayden Lop in Scotland.
Expected to open by the end of 2022, the indoor site plans to host four custom and competitive miniature golf courses with holes, for example one inspired by beer pang and other real or false pop culture questions.
According to the news edition, players do not have to wait for their results in pencil or paper, as they use special trackball technology that automatically monitors the results in the game.
There will also be a bar to order drinks and a kitchen for some snacks.
Online menu Beer, wine, cocktails, sodas and energy drinks as well as world-inspired menu menus, such as squares, bao bread and charcoal board, as well as flatbread, salads, sandwiches and three desserts.
The concept Founded in London in 2018 and expanded to the United States in April 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to Scotland, others are planned in Chicago, Illinois, Miami, Florida, Boston, Massachusetts, Houston, Texas and Nashville, Tennessee.
PopStroke, an entertainment company founded by Pro Tiger Woods, plans to open two small golf courses on the Pavilion Talking Stick near Scottish, part of the Westgate Entertainment District in the Glendale and the Pima-Marikopa Indian community in the Salt River.
Compared to other mini-golf courses, PopStroke courses typically contain potential hazards on the golf course, such as highway, rough, and sand traps. Those places also have a bar and a restaurant.
These are just some of the many entertainment attractions that have opened up the valley – or are about to be opened soon.
Bam Kazam, A new interactive rotation of escape rooms where people play through themed rooms and stages, recently opened in the Talking Stick Entertainment District near Loop 101 and Talking Stick Way.
Fat cats, A multiplayer attraction with movie screens, bowling, dark golf, and virtual reality, recently opened in Queen Creek, the first place in the valley.
At Glendale, Crystal Lagons Island Resort recently broke ground on its growth, which includes a 10-hectare lake, hotels, restaurants, attractions and entertainment, and the Mattel Adventure Park. Hot tires Roller coaster and a Thomas and friends theme park.
And surf parks, water parks and many sports facilities are in operation in various cities in the Eastern Valley.