TopTracer-enabled driving range begins construction at Midway Golf and Games

A Simon Associates, Inc. Architecture rendering showing how the TopTracer driving range bays at Midway Golf and Games will look once built.

Midway Golf and Games is expanding its sports entertainment opportunities.

Owners and partners participated in a groundbreaking Wednesday at a new TopTracer-enabled, two-story driving range.

There was always a kernel of an idea to build a facility with 18 elevated driving range bays, a bar and restaurant, and a banquet center, said co-owner Tim Rost.

Development work began before the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Hopefully if we have a really good drop and pretty much get indoors, we can be open in May or June,” Rost said.

TopTracer, developed in 2012, is the same technology that powers TopGolf’s entertainment. The new facility will give those of all skill levels the opportunity to enjoy the game of golf, Midway Golf and Games said in a news release. The range will allow players to compete for the closest shot to the pin, the longest drive and play virtually on golf courses around the world.

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