Topgolf Is Now Hiring 500 People To Prepare For It’s Grand Opening

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1936_hitting-bays-night-topgolf-centennial-01Charlotte’s highly anticipated new entertainment venue is now hiring all positions for it’s new South Charlotte location.

Topgolf Charlotte is now trying to fill 500 positions (both part-time and full-time) before their grand opening this coming June. They’re looking for managers, guest service staff, servers, bartenders, and a variety of other openings.

According to this week’s press release, Topgolf employees will receive free game play and discounts on food and drinks.

“We are looking for talented associates who are passionate about hospitality and want to work in a buzzing, high-volume social environment,” said Clayton Stanley, Topgolf Charlotte director of operations.

You can browse and apply for all positions on their career page here.

Topgolf Charlotte will be a futuristic “golf entertainment complex” offering targeted games where players hit ‘microchipped’ balls as close to various targets and special zones as possible. The balls individually record their location before and after they are hit, and give individual scores for each player.

They will also feature a full food and drink menu – catering to golfers and non-golfers of all skill levels.

Here is what the facility currently looks like:

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Here’s a time lapse video of the construction on the site:

Top Golf is now planning to host a grand opening at their new location across the street from the Whitehall Corporate Center (that place with the giant spinning head fountain) sometime in early June of 2017.

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The company expects to bring 480 new jobs and a $30 million paycheck to Mecklenburg County in taxes over the next 20 years.

The company also stated that if the Whitehall complex proves to be a hit, they will move quickly to build a second location in the North Charlotte/Lake Norman area.

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