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Donut Hole Challenge

Donut Hole Challenge

What happens when you double dog dare your Home Office Chef Team to a duel before they head back to Dallas? They wind up in a head-to-head battle of the belly to devour as many donut holes as they could in 10 minutes…

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Everyone Remembers Their First Time at Topgolf

Everyone Remembers Their First Time at Topgolf

Just the other day a group of four friends came to Topgolf for the first time, and they were blown away with how much fun they had. It took me back to the first time I had ever visited Topgolf…

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Taylor's Gift

Taylor's Gift

It was March of 2010, on our first day of Spring Break in Colorado, when my husband, Todd and I were faced with something we never thought we’d ever face in our lifetime…our oldest daughter Taylor had been in a skiing accident, and the doctors told us there was no hope of her surviving. In the hospital, we were asked a question that we weren’t prepared for; the question was, “Your daughter is a beautiful candidate for organ donation; would you consider it?”

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I Don't Care if it Rains

I Don't Care if it Rains

It’s now after midnight on a Saturday night. I left work over eight hours ago after a long day at work, and I can’t sleep because I can’t stop thinking about Deborah and Ted.

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Beating the Heat Topgolf Style

Beating the Heat Topgolf Style

“Don’t worry, it’s a dry heat.” For a Topgolf management team that consisted primarily of people from out of state, this was the common reply we got from Arizona locals when the topic of weather came up before we opened the facility. Turns out dry heat is still ridiculously hot…like sticking your head in an oven hot. While Topgolf has braved the elements in some of the other locations, the Scottsdale site was the first site built in a location where triple digit temps are the norm for a solid four to five months. Desert life at its finest!

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Anything for Topgolf

Anything for Topgolf

Behind the scenes at Topgolf, we have A LOT going on. I’m sure you’ve all seen the Bussers and Bay Hosts rushing back and forth to ensure guests receive their delectable Mushi roll before it gets cold, or maybe you’ve noticed how often maintenance has to collect the thousands of golf balls hit onto our turf on any given day.

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The war cry heard around the Topgolf world!

It is no secret that we like to throw some epic parties at Topgolf! It is also no secret that we are an entertainment complex that features a high-tech golf game breathing new life into what some are considering a dying sport. So here in Austin where we keep things at Topgolf weird, we thought, “Why not combine the two?”

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Lovin' the Game

Lovin' the Game

There is nothing more satisfying for a coach than seeing a Topgolfer hit the ball better. We spend our time finding ways to unlock the inner talents of all abilities; whether it’s a beginner golfer getting the ball in the air for the first time or the established player hitting a best score.

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10 Crazy World Cup Blasts from the Past

10 Crazy World Cup Blasts from the Past

The World Cup: it’s the most widely viewed and followed sporting event in the world, where champions are born and dreams come true. The competition showcases the crème de la crème of footballers from around the globe, showcasing their many talents in front of millions of vibrant fans.

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Giving and Gophers: Outreach in Arizona

Giving and Gophers: Outreach in Arizona

It finally happened. After some very successful years growing the brand in places such as Alexandria, Chicago and the state of Texas, Topgolf set it sight west of the Rockies and landed in the Valley of the Sun.

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Is This Real Life?

Is This Real Life?

Editor’s Note: Topgolf fans Joey and Stephanie Pierce won a trip to the American Country Music Awards in Las Vegas this April, courtesy of Dr Pepper. Below is Joey’s account of his once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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A Time to Thrill

A Time to Thrill

The day had finally come, a day that had been looming in my mind for over a week. The day began like any other day, and after completing my daily 10,000 push-ups and 30,000 sit-ups, I showered, ate breakfast and left for work.

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