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Golfing at Chase Field? "TopGolf Live" is coming to Chase Field in December

Posted at 11:57 AM, Aug 28, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-16 14:06:19-04

PHOENIX — If you ever wanted to tee up and take a few swings at Chase Field -- golf swings that is -- you will soon have the chance to do just that!

The Arizona Diamondbacks announced Wednesday that "TopGolf Live," a pop-up version of the tech-savvy driving range experience, would come to the 48,000-seat stadium in downtown Phoenix on Dec. 12-15, 2019.

There will be 23 hitting bays that can be reserved for up to six people, and six targets will be placed at various distances on the baseball field (between 40 and 150 yards away). As TopGolf already does, the golf balls will be computerized to track distance, accuracy, and points, according to a news release.

The goal is to hit as many targets as you can and earn the most points.

The cost will start at $55 per person or $40 per person for groups of 12 or more, a spokesperson for the Arizona Diamondbacks said, noting that pricing could fluctuate for in-demand hours. Pricing is different from TopGolf's regular venues, which sell their bays by the hour vs. per person.

Tickets for "TopGolf Live" will go on sale Tuesday, September 17. Those interested can sign-up to be notified about pre-sale tickets on the D-backs website, http://dbacksevents.com/topgolflife.

A "VIP Experience" is also available, which includes catered food and drink, VIP gift bags, and a stadium tour. Prices start at $100 for the VIP Experience.

Each tee-time will be an hour long.

The experience has visited Soldier Field in Chicago, AT&T Park in San Francisco, and Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, among other stadiums, according to the TopGolf Live website.

For those who need to get in a few practice swings, TopGolf has three locations across the Valley in Gilbert, Glendale and Scottsdale.