CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Topgolf in southwest Charlotte has reopened after closing in mid-March amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The facility is opening at 50% capacity, using two of its three floors and 72 bays.
Other safety measures include clear dividers between the golf bays and sanitizing high-touch points, tables and furniture as bays turn over, as well as each golf club and every golf ball hit.
Guests are required to wear a facemask to enter the venue and while moving throughout the facility.
Masks are not required once you get to your table or bay, or for children younger than 11 and those with underlying health conditions.
Employees will wear masks.
In an interview with the Charlotte Business Journal, Topgolf’s director of operations, Clayton Stanley said he worked with local and city officials on its reopening plan.
Topgolf is open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Health care workers can get 10% off game play through Aug. 31.
Other promotions include half price game play on Tuesdays, and from 10 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, unlimited game play only costs $15 per person.
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