Golf and entertainment are coming to downtown Indianapolis with the opening of back 9. The $30 million facility near West Morris Street and Drover Street along the White River is a partnership between Flite Golf & Entertainment and developer Stephen Alexander.
The 58,500 square foot golfing and gaming venue has 75 climate-controlled golf bays. It features radar technology that tracks the balls, much like the PGA does on television.
The Back9 takes golf to a whole new level. Our state-of-the-art technology is designed to help you improve your game, entertain friends and family, play on dream courses, or just practice in a convenient way.
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If you’re a golfer, you’ll love the state-of-the-art technology that allows you to tee off on your dream course. But that’s not all that makes back 9 different from competitors such as TopGolf. A key difference is that the new facility is accessible 24/7. Night or day, you can use your personal access to play golf and improve your game whenever works best for you. That means you can tee off at work, at your child’s soccer game or when the weather is just right.
But the facility also includes something that developers hope will draw in non-golfers as well. It features a stage where local musicians can perform and a beer garden that seats up to 550 people. “We’re really putting in place a lot of entertainment photos that isn’t just golf,” says Stephen Alexander, who co-owns MWA Masterbuilders LLC and Indy Golf Party LLC with Charles Hayes. His company is working on a redevelopment of the southwest quadrant of downtown near Lucas Oil Stadium, including Stadium Village and the Old Southside.
The 58,500-square-foot golf and entertainment center near West Morris Street and Drover Street will open in June. It will feature 75 climate-controlled golf bays over a three-story golf range, along with a music pavilion that can fit up to 550 people and a restaurant and bar space.
The venue will also have party rooms, VIP suites and outdoor spaces that can host weddings and other private events. It will also serve food and beverages, with a focus on local businesses such as Brownsburg-based Best Friends Coffee & Spirits.
Golfers will be able to hit balls on three floors of climate-controlled bays, each of which can fit up to 25 people, and use the golf simulator to practice their skills on a variety of courses. The space will also offer lounge spaces, large televisions for watching sporting events and food and beverage options.
The facility, which is located about a mile southwest of Lucas Oil Stadium, will be part of what developers hope will become an entertainment district along the river. It is being developed by MWA MasterBuilders LLC, Indianapolis-based Indy Golf Party LLC and Brownsburg-based Prince Alexander Architecture LLC.
With its 24/7 access, Back 9 will let players work on their swing on their own time. It will not be affected by weather or other commitments. Whether you want to challenge your friends or just improve your game, golfers can enjoy the industry-leading technology night or day.
Back 9 Golf and Entertainment offers a state-of-the-art golf experience that features high-tech ball tracking technology used on the PGA tour. It is also home to a full-service restaurant, bar and music pavilion. The venue is located in Central Oregon and is ideal for all skill levels. It is surrounded by mature pines and offers exceptional mountain views.
The facility has 75 climate-controlled golf bays, each equipped with a state-of-the-art virtual reality system that allows players to experience the game as if they were playing it in real life. The golf bays are paired with high-definition television screens, so players can see their shots as they hit them. The facility is also staffed with golf coaches who will provide personalized lessons for guests.
In addition to the golf experience, Back 9 also offers a range of other sports and activities. The facility is open 24/7, so you can practice your swing day or night. It is also an excellent way to entertain friends and family members. The facility is accessible by car, making it easy to get to from any location in the area.
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Back 9 is a 25,000-square-foot facility that offers golf, food and beverages. The club will feature three stories of golf bays, bar and restaurant space and a music pavilion. The project is expected to create more than 200 jobs and attract more than 200,000 visitors annually.