PopStroke Entertainment Group, part-owned by professional golfer Tiger Woods’ TGR Ventures, recently announced that one of its golf entertainment venues will begin construction in Nashville this year.

PopStroke, founded in 2019, is a technology-infused golf entertainment venue featuring a “one-of-a-kind golf experience with two 18-hole putting courses created from the vision of Tiger Woods and his TGR Design team.”

In addition to Woods, the company is also part-owned by Greg Bartoli and TaylorMade Golf Company.

PopStroke venues are equipped with TaylorMade golf balls that customers can use on the course and take home as souvenirs. Also available are premium TaylorMade rental putters for customers to use on the courses.

In addition to its putting courses, PopStroke also offers an elevated full-service restaurant and bar offering outdoor dining, outdoor games, a playground, and ice cream parlor. With the company’s mobile app, customers can also order drinks and food to be delivered anywhere on the course, showcase their scores on a digital scoreboard, and earn loyalty rewards.

Nashville joins twelve other cities with PopStroke venues on the way. Three venues are already under construction in Scottsdale, Arizona; Delray Beach, Florida; and Tuscaloosa, Alabama. A venue in Las Vegas, Nevada is also expected to break ground this month, and all are scheduled to open by the end of 2023.

In addition to Nashville, the company will begin construction this year in San Antonio, Texas; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; North Dallas, Texas; and College Station, Texas. PopStroke is also expected to break ground in Orlando/Winter Garden, Daytona Beach, Wellington, and West Palm Beach, Florida in the coming months.

“PopStroke continues to use golf to bring families and friends together in a fun, welcoming environment,” Woods said in a statement. “I am excited to see PopStroke expanding into these new cities.”

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Kaitlin Housler is a reporter at The Tennessee Star and The Star News Network.
Photo “Tiger Woods” by Keith Allison. CC BY-SA 2.0. Background Photo “PopStroke” by PopStroke.