Calling all kiddos!

Topgolf isn't just for adults, it's perfect for all ages! The game is fun for players of any skill level, and there are tons of other activities to keep the whole family entertained - pool tables, interactive video games, giant Jenga and much more.*

This exclusive club is for kids 12 and younger and is FREE to sign up. Your little ones will be the first to hear about cool events at Topgolf just for families and kids. Permission from a parent or guardian is required to enroll.



Join us for Topgolf's Annual KidZone Halloween Party, Putts & Pumpkins. Costumes encouraged!

Admits either one (1) child OR one (1) adult
Both child and adult will be required to purchase a ticket
Single Ticket holders will share bays with other Single Ticket participants

Bay rental accommodates up to six (6) people


  • Build-your-own hot dog bar
  • Two (2) hours of Topgolf game play
  • Great Halloween games and treats

*Price is $75/bay and includes up to five (5) people for Topgolf Alexandria and Chicago.

Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.



Join us for Topgolf's first DFW Kid's Golf Tournament!

The DFW Junior Challenge will be broken up into four age groups (6-9 years old, 10-11 years old, 12-13 years old and 14-17 years old). Based on the age group, particpants will play two games from the following list: Topgolf, TopChip, TopShot Rookie and TopShot Intermediate.

Where:  Topgolf Allen | 1500 Andrews Parkway, Allen, TX 75002
When:  Saturday, October 4, 2014
Time:  Game play begins at 9 a.m. with check in starting at 8:30 a.m.
Cost:  $35/registrant - registration closes on Friday, September 26 at 11:59 p.m. CDT

Each participant will play for a chance to win amazing prizes such as:

  • Razor Scooter, Xbox, Xbox gift cards, Topgolf gift cards, Golf clubs and Topgolf swag

Each junior participate must register and includes:

  • Tournament t-shirt, Topgolf medal, Topgolf game play for 2 hours and continental breakfast

Amateur Status Notice: Winning prizes of value in a golf-based competition may effect a golfer’s status as an amateur under the Rules of Golf as published by the USGA and R&A. If you have questions, please consult the rules and/or the governing bodies.