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Tiger Woods is Bringing His Mini-Golf Eatertainment Concept PopStroke to North Texas

The 13,000-square-foot bar, restaurant, and golf facility will feature 37 mini-golf holes.
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Tiger Woods is Bringing His Mini-Golf Eatertainment Concept PopStroke to North Texas

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Mini-golf ‘eatertainment’ concept PopStroke—owned by founder Greg Bartoli, Tiger Woods’ TGR Ventures, and TaylorMade Golf Co.—is set to open at The Grandscape at The Colony, according to a recent filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The 13,000-square-foot bar, restaurant, and golf grounds will feature 37 mini-golf holes, food and drink service, and an outdoor playground.

According to the filing, first reported by What Now Dallas, the privately funded project will cost $5.2 million and is a renovation on an already existing property. The project will break ground on June 1 and is expected to be completed by the end of 2023.

The DFW location will be the second PopStroke in Texas and eighth location to date. The company launched in 2018 in Jupiter, Florida and struck a partnership with Woods after its flagship location opened. In 2021, it announced it would be opening a venue in Katy, Texas. Other PopStroke locations can be found in Fort Myers, Sarasota, Port Saint Lucie, Orlando, and Tampa, Florida, as well as Glendale, Arizona. The amenities at all PopStroke locations include a variety of craft beer, wine, ice cream, and food. Dallas-based Whiskey Cakes is among food purveyors at some PopStroke locations.

In early 2023, TaylorMade Golf Co. made a material investment in PopStroke to join its ownership group. TaylorMade is also an investor in Drive Shack Inc., which opened its flagship 21-and-up mini-golf venue Puttery at The Grandscape at The Colony in 2021. Puttery features four 9-hole courses and food and beverage offerings—and is financially backed by Rory McIlroy.

The experience economy is also growing rapidly in Dallas as the ‘Topgolf of soccer’ TOCA Social is set to open in the Design District in 2023 and immersive batting cage venue BatBox will open in North Texas by year’s end.

The Grandscape continues to grow with new tenants flocking in each month. In 2022, Cosm—a global tech company delivering immersive experiences for sports, entertainment, science, and education—announced plans to bring its 65,000 square-foot, immersive content viewing venue to the area.


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