Puttshack, a technology-driven mini-golf experience with F&B, has signed a new lease in Denver after launching its first two US locations this year in Atlanta and Chicago.
Founded by Topgolf creators Steve Jolliffe and Dave Jolliffe, Puttshack launches in fall 2022 at the Lot 28 development in Denver. Covering more than 24,500, the space will feature four tech-driven mini-golf courses.
“Denver’s Lot 28 will prove a popular destination for its young, dynamic community, making it a priority choice for us,” said Joe Vrankin, CEO of Puttshack. “We can’t wait to bring Puttshack to Denver and be a part of the vibrant RiNo neighborhood.”
Courses at Puttshack Denver are powered by the company’s patented Trackaball technology. The immersive indoor space will boast a dining menu and cocktail bar, and there will be an outdoor area.
Puttshack expanding across US
“We are very excited to welcome Puttshack to Lot 28,” said Brian McGuire, co-founder and managing partner at Lagniappe Capital Partners, a minority investor of Puttshack.
“Lagniappe is curating a dynamic entertainment hub in Denver’s historic RiNo district. Puttshack will anchor this adaptive re-use redevelopment and provide the city of Denver with a world-class social entertainment experience.”
Puttshack is expanding across the US next year, with venues also opening in Miami, Boston, Houston, Scottsdale, St. Louis and Pittsburgh. The company plans to open its second venue in Atlanta in 2023, as well as a new location in Nashville.
The trend for indoor golf is growing rapidly. Puttshack now has four attractions in the UK, three of which are located in London and the latest in Watford, Hertfordshire.
Meanwhile, Topgolf has teamed up with Volta to install electric vehicle charging stations at its venues across the US. EV charging stations have already been added to locations in Arizona, Georgia, California, Illinois, Maryland, Oregon and Texas.