Hit golf balls onto Great American Ball Park during Topgolf Tour

Hit golf balls onto Great American Ball Park during Topgolf Tour


Great American Ball Park will be converted into a golf course this fall as part of the Topgolf Live Tour.The tour will travel to Cincinnati from Oct. 13-16. Participants will get the chance to hit golf balls from stadium concourses onto the field.Above video: More than 200 pups took over Great American Ball Park for Bark at the ParkDuring its inaugural tour, around 45,000 people nearly hit one million golf balls at stadiums across the country including Fenway Park. The stadium tour will include Topgolf technology that traces each golf ball, scoring each shot on the game screen at each hitting bay in the stadium rafters. “We can’t wait to welcome guests throughout the year to take a swing at Topgolf targets on the fields of iconic stadiums across the country,” Topgolf Chief Marketing Officer Geoff Cottrill said in a statement. “Not looking to hit golf balls? The tour stop will also feature games like cornhole and food and drinks. Tee times can be reserved in one-hour increments through a general admission ticket. Those who want to upgrade their visit can buy VIP tickets to get behind-the-scenes access to the ballpark.Tickets start at $40. Find out more here.

Great American Ball Park will be converted into a golf course this fall as part of the Topgolf Live Tour.

The tour will travel to Cincinnati from Oct. 13-16.

Participants will get the chance to hit golf balls from stadium concourses onto the field.

Above video: More than 200 pups took over Great American Ball Park for Bark at the Park

During its inaugural tour, around 45,000 people hit nearly one million golf balls at stadiums across the country including Fenway Park.

The stadium tour will include Topgolf technology that traces each golf ball, scoring each shot on the game screen at each hitting bay in the stadium rafters.

“We can’t wait to welcome guests throughout the year to take a swing at Topgolf targets on the fields of iconic stadiums across the country,” Topgolf Chief Marketing Officer Geoff Cottrill said in a statement. “

Not looking to hit golf balls? The tour stop will also feature games like cornhole and food and drinks.

Tee times can be reserved in one-hour increments through a general admission ticket. Those who want to upgrade their visit can buy VIP tickets to get behind-the-scenes access to the ballpark.

Tickets start at $40. Find out more here.

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