Topgolf Las Vegas Pricing, Menu, and Things To Do

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Looking for a driving range in Las Vegas? I was, and decided to check out Topgolf  which is tucked directly behind the MGM Grand just off the Las Vegas Strip.

Typically, driving ranges are a pretty standard, bland experience where players hone their skills and get into game form for the next round. Instead, the focus at Topgolf is social and competitive in nature. Balls are tracked via microchip and you can chose between 9 different games. The most common option is “Topgolf” where players rack up points by hitting targets out in the range. Accuracy and how distant your target is determine how many points you score. Pair this game with copious amounts of beer and you can’t lose.

Hitting bays at TopGolf offer a view of the strip. Equally as important, live sporting events are on the massive TV screens at the end of the driving range.

At Topgolf, it’s so much less about the golf and much more about the conversation, cocktails, food and socializing. Sure, if you are trying to straighten out your drive then this could be a great spot. It is also perfect for a double date, work outing, guys night out or the ideal spot to catch the big game. The venue will always have a game (or games) showing on one of their 500 total screens. The Yard area (pictured below) offers sports wagering, cornhole and seating in front of a massive set of screens. 

The Yard at TopGolf – Solid spot to catch a game.

Topgolf Las Vegas Pricing

Hourly pricing for golf vary by time of day and what floor of the driving range you want to launch balls from. Bay rates (up to 6 people) range from $48 – $78 per hour on floor 1 and 2 and from $63 – $93 per hour on the 3rd floor. Weekdays and early time slots are less expensive than the more busy nights and weekends. First time visitors will be charged a $5 registration fee.

If you don’t make a reservation and show up at a peak time, you will most likely wait 30-60 minutes for a hitting bay to open up. Grab a beer and relax. If, however, obtaining a bay quickly is a priority, a $50 reservation fee will move you to the top of the list. This is a fee in addition to the hourly bay rate.

*Las Vegas Locals can hit unlimited balls at Topgolf from 9am-Noon on weekdays for only $20 per person.

TopGolf Las Vegas has hitting bays on 4 levels. The higher you go, the more it costs.

Each golf bay is climate controlled and has servers stopping by with the intent of connecting you with your preferred food and drink.

Topgolf Las Vegas Menu

The “Tee Line Menu” at Topgolf includes sharable appetizers like chips and queso, loaded sheet pan nachos, buffalo chicken dip, crispy chicken strips, and even steak or shrimp sticks.

An assortment of burgers, flatbread pizzas, and sides are also offered. Brunch is available daily starting at 2 pm, and offers guests the chance to shake their hangover with a breakfast burrito, breakfast sandwich, and of course a traditional eggs and bacon/sausage plate.

You can view the full Topgolf Las Vegas menu here.

Much More to do Besides Golf

The golf gameplay was fun, but what blew our mind about the Topgolf was the ambiance and abundance of things to do beside golf. There are 5 total bars (some with bartop video poker), 2 beautiful swimming pools with their own bar, yard games, shuffleboard, hundreds of HD TVs, VIP Cabanas, and private suites along with various event and rooftop spaces. The two level pool is accessable to guests regardless of whether you are golfing or not. There is no cover charge.

Pools at a driving range. Genius.
One of Topgolf Las Vegas’ 5 bars – Note Patrick Mahomes preparing to lay the hurt.

I’m not a “kids in Vegas” person, but if you are one of those brave souls that tries to pull it off, Topgolf is a good spot for all ages and certainly a good entertainment option if you want to get away from the casinos for a bit. You’ll have a blast, even if you are not a golfer.

Lastly, there is a free shuttle that runs from MGM Grand to Topgolf (check schedule) however the walk will only take about 15 minutes.

See Also: A complete list of things to do with kids in Las Vegas.

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