Construction begins on Atomic Golf entertainment experience on Las Vegas Strip


LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Golf enthusiasts will soon have another place to visit in Las Vegas. Crews on Tuesday will break ground on Atomic Golf, a 99,000-square-foot golf entertainment destination on seven acres of land adjacent to The STRAT Hotel. According to Flite Golf & Entertainment, Atomic Golf will feature more than 100 hitting bays, six bars, 10 putting bays and a multi- use “Astrocade” with large scale screens to view sports and entertainment.

Developers said previously the venue, which is expected to span four stories, will open in 2023.Once completed, according to the news release, Atomic Golf is expected to create more than 500 employment opportunities.
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