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Socialize with friends, show off your skills and claim the glory – or, in this case, a champion’s title, thousands in prizes, participant swag and, of course, the envy of your crew. Each TGC tournament features a different format, so register for one or both remaining.

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Each tournament is only $40/person and includes:

Two hours of Topgolf play, tournament specific t-shirt, Topgolf swag, continental breakfast and a FREE 20-minute golf lesson (TG20) .

Prizes include electronics, golf equipment, grilling & tailgate gear and much more!*

Topgolf Battle on May 30

The TGC Battle on Saturday, May 30 at 9:00 am is an individual competition. Each player will play one game of Topgolf. Based upon those scores, players will then be placed into 8 flights of 16. Once the players have been flighted, they will play one game of TopScore (TopChip for Alexandria & Chicago). Prizes will be awarded to the top 4 players in each flight based on their total score from both games.

As a special bonus, the two players that have the highest TGC Battle total score will get to compete against our top two Associates for additional prizes!   More Details

Topgolf Shootout on August 22

The TGC Cup on Saturday, Aug. 22 at 9:00 am is a team competition consisting of two players. Each team will play a qualifying game of Topgolf alternating every 5 shots. Team Player 1 will play 5 balls and then Team Player 2 will play 5 balls with this process repeating until each team has completed their game.

Teams will then be placed into flights - 4 teams per flight. Players will play flight competition Game 1 and Game 2 of TopScramble to determine the flight champions.** The highest team score out of all 16 flights' final matches will receive the Grand Prize.

**Topgolf Alexandria and Chicago will play TopChip for Game 1 and TopPressure for Game 2.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I choose my bay?

Bays will randomly be assigned the morning of the tournament when you arrive on site.

Do you need to have a partner?

For any tournament that requires two players, we will pair you up with someone if you don't have a partner. Please make sure to note this during registration.

Can I register separately from my partner for team tournaments?

Yes. Each individual needs to just select a quantity of one (1) and note their partner's name during registration. Please note that both players need to complete a $40 registration.

Do I need a Topgolf membership to compete?

No. Each player will receive a membership card good for two hours of play during the tournament.

What is the bonus Guest vs. Associate Battle?

The two players that have the highest TGC Battle total score will get to compete against our top two Associates in a head-to-head matchup. All 4 players will compete in one bay, and the top two guests will play as one team (TGC Battle Team) and the top two Associates will play as one team (Associate Site Team).

Both teams will play Topgolf, and player 1 from the TGC Battle Team will call out a target that they will shoot for. Player 2 from the Associate Site Team will also shoot for that target. The highest score will get one point. Player 2 from the Associate Site Team will then call out a target that they will shoot for. Player 2 from the TGC Battle Team will also shoot for that target. The highest score will once again receive one point. If both shots miss, zero points will be awarded.

At the end of 8 shots per team, a winner will be announced unless earlier determined. For example, if the TGC BattleTeam has 1 pt and the Associate Site Team has 4 pts and there are only 2 holes left, then the match is over and the Associate Site Team wins. If there is a tie, then the highest score on the next shot wins similar to march play in golf.

*Prize structure is based on a full field, so prizes may vary, by tournament, based on the number of registered players. The chance to win is free for all tournament participants, and no consideration is required. 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.  http://www.usga.org/rules/