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Golf and More: The Exciting Launch of Golf Lounge 18 at Evergreen Walk

Golf Lounge 18 has opened its doors at The Shops at Evergreen Walk in South Windsor. The new venue is more than just a golfing destination, offering a full restaurant and bar. With 11 bays featuring TrackMan iO technology golf simulators, golfers can experience playing at over 300 of the world’s best courses from around the globe.

The South Windsor location boasts 12,000 square feet of space and offers iconic courses such as PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, St. Andrews in Scotland, and Pebble Beach. This new addition to The Shops at Evergreen Walk is part of Brand Street Properties’ plans to bring the best in entertainment and dining options to the shopping center. Along with Golf Lounge 18, recent openings like Whole Foods, Blue Mercury, and Deka Lash make it an exciting time for the shopping center overall.

Paul Wilson, marketing director of Golf Lounge 18, expressed excitement about offering “experiential entertainment” where people can play golf on some of the world’s best courses with their friends and family regardless of the season. The venue offers options for everyone, including joining a league, getting a private lesson or playing 18 holes with friends and family. Memberships and Season Passes are available, and guests can book tee times online in advance or walk-in.

In addition to golfing activities, Golf Lounge 18 also caters to events by setting up competitions, tournaments and games for all ages. Hours for Golf Lounge 18 are Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 10 pm and Friday through Sunday from 7 am to 10 pm. Located adjacent to The Green area at Evergreen Walk in South Windsor, this new venue offers an array of entertainment options for all ages.

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