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Upscale mini golf venture Puttshack coming to Scottsdale Quarter

Sep 1, 2021, 12:00 PM | Updated: 12:07 pm

PHOENIX — A high-tech, upscale mini golf venture is planning to make its debut in Arizona late next year.

Puttshack will occupy a 25,000-square-foot, two-story space at Scottsdale Quarter and is expected to open in late 2022, according to a press release.

The location will feature four custom-made courses with technology that will keep score for mini golfers, a full cocktail bar and dining menu.

There will also be multiple private event spaces both indoors and outdoor patio space on both floors for parties and more.

“Scottsdale’s young, dynamic and active community makes it a priority market for us, and we look forward to being a key tenant in Scottsdale Quarter,” Joe Vrankin, Puttshack CEO, said in the release.

“We can’t wait to expand Puttshack’s presence in Arizona and other top-tier markets across the entire U.S.”

Puttshack first landed in the U.S. in April, opening a location in Atlanta. Since, sites have been announced in Chicago, Miami, Boston, Houston and Nashville, in addition to Scottsdale.

Puttshack is based in London.

“At Scottsdale Quarter, we strive to bring unique, immersive social experiences to the community and Puttshack will provide exactly that and more,” Richard Hunt, general manager of Scottsdale Quarter.

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Upscale mini golf venture Puttshack coming to Scottsdale Quarter