Puttshack, the world’s only smaller-than-expected technology-injected luxury golf insight, today announced the grand opening of its 10th American scene located in the Scottsdale neighborhood on June 14, 2023 in Scottsdale, Arizona, buzzing with high-quality multi-use improvements. Puttshack will be a favorite destination for Mini Golf Scottsdale residents and visitors to experience the brand’s signature, energetic playfulness, an impressive menu of globally inspired cuisine, and handcrafted cocktails and mocktails. It will be surrounded by the lush Sonoran Desert, an abundance of luxury hotels, eclectic shops and more.
Spanning two stories and occupying 25,000 square feet, Puttshack will feature four signature, technology-driven, competitive miniature golf courses. It will be at 15059 N Scottsdale Road. Puttshack’s patented TrackaballTM technology is integrated into every course. This technology powers the entire gaming experience, providing automatic scoring, bonus point opportunities, interactive games on every hole and more. Puttshack’s enthusiastic and non-stop interaction is matched by a creative, all-round exciting dining menu and full mixed drinks bar, as well as world-class hospitality and a dynamic, luxurious nightlife environment. Puttshack will also integrate various spaces for intimate occasions for select gatherings that can take place both indoors and outdoors on expansive verandas.
Puttshack’s truly extraordinary
“Puttshack’s truly extraordinary and vibrant energy perfectly matches the climate of the Scottsdale neighborhood and will provide Scottsdale residents and guests with a wonderful new destination to invest time with loved ones,” said Susan Walmesley, CMO of Puttshack. “We can’t wait to open our doors in Scottsdale and welcome our first guests to Arizona for a Puttshack game, food and beverage experience like no other.”
“We are delighted to have Puttshack riding with us at Scottsdale Quarter,” said Richard Chase, senior manager of Scottsdale Quarter. “This exceptional destination will bring an unrivaled diversion experience to our local area and will grow the already powerful cluster of shopping, dining and entertainment in the centre.”
Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC)
Puttshack is happy to support the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC) as it takes great pride in supporting the communities it calls home. SWCC is dedicated to rescuing, providing a safe haven and rehabilitating untamed life that has been uprooted or stranded until they are fit to return to their normal homes in the wild. In the SWCC benefit, Puttshack will give $1.00 for every purchase of the “Arizona Tailpipe,” a special and shareable spring appetizer featuring chicken chimichanga, chihuahua cheddar, sautéed vegetables and refried beans, presented with poblano cheddar and red enchilada dipping sauce as an afterthought. The Sonoran Flatbread, which comes with bacon-wrapped sausage and San Marzano sauce, mozzarella, drunken beans, onions and jalapenos and avocado salsa, will also be available to diners with a Scottsdale twist.
Puttshack’s US impression will remain in nine areas once Scottsdale opens its doors (previously in areas in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Miami, Denver, Pittsburgh and St. Louis, in addition to four areas in the Assembled Realm). The organization’s aggressive development plans will continue with more scenes to be announced for the current year.
$150 million development capital round from reserves overseen by BlackRock, Inc. at the end of 2022, it continues to allow Puttshack to acquire extraordinary and advantageous land open doors as it ventures into other top business sectors throughout the US as well as invests resources in new advancements. to upgrade for large visitors. The latest growth capital is preceded by a $60 million funding round from Promethean Investments in 2021.
The Puttshack will be open to the public Sunday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to noon and Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Children are welcome in the environment until 20:00, after that it will be 21+. Take advantage of Puttshack before it opens to quickly learn when bookings are active and score a free, smaller-than-usual round of golf at Puttshack.com/Scottsdale.
At Puttshack’s new location in Scottsdale, Arizonans will never play miniature golf the same way.
In addition to trying to make a hole in one, golfers will also compete in beer pong, roulette, bowling, trivia chase and match four.
The two-story facility opened Thursday, offering four nine-hole courses, neon lighting, outdoor patios, a full bar and a DJ playing the right music to make the experience even more epic. The number of miniature golfers eager to make the cut on the Puttshack ninth remained steady during opening night.
However, it is the remarkable opening plans that perhaps attract individuals the most. For example, golfers can hit the ball down a slope and “go for the golden 10 boiled pong cups,” according to Puttshack. The Supertube in the middle “almost guarantees a hole in one” and emits a green light to stand out from the red cups.
Guests can expect that miniature golf should be played in a completely different way. Puttshack uses Trackaball technology to track balls during play, in addition to the positive atmosphere. Players must first check-in before retrieving a ball from the “Collect Ball” dispenser and placing it on the black marker at the start of each hole. When the ambient lights turn green, golfers can play and measurements will be determined and saved. Screens located above the holes will contain each player’s score. No paper or pencil needed.
Puttshack does not follow the usual putt-putt rules for keeping score. Rather than the player with the lowest score winning, the player with the highest score is declared the champion. Focuses are collected in different ways, such as the number of shots you take and getting the aperture in one. Additional fire pits are also accessible with each opening. Be that as it may, golfers should be aware of risk traps. Each of the points that players acquire can be deducted in an instant.