AT&T Park is the home of the San Francisco Giants and a stadium full cheers, tears, sweat, victory and memories. One of the most enjoyable things to do in the city is to watch the Giants take on an opponent while overlooking the beautiful San Francisco Bay with a hot dog and beer in hand. This fall, fans of the stadium and sport of all kinds will have the opportunity to take a few swings in the stadium with a unique twist.

Playing golf in a baseball stadium is a puzzling thought, but Topgolf is making golf happen at AT&T Park on November 16 – 18. Topgolf is a sports and entertainment experience for people of all ages and skill levels to come together and enjoy a low-pressure game of golf. A typical Topgolf venue is set up like a high-tech driving range with multiple levels of bays and targets across the field ranging from 40 to 150 yards in distance. There are plenty of different games to choose from, but the main objective of each game is to hit one of the targets to score points. Each ball has a chip inside of it to track the speed, path, and distance of the player’s hit. Points are then totaled according to the accuracy and/or distance of each shot.

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While there is not a standard venue in San Francisco yet, Topgolf is bringing the fun and competition to AT&T Park with Topgolf Crush. Topgolf Crush is different from a usual Topgolf experience since the game is installed in different locations across the country for a few days at a time. Topgolf Crush has been available at Heinz Field, Circuit of the Americas, Nissan Stadium, Arrowhead Stadium, Safeco Field and more previously. Whether you’re a fan of baseball, golf or just having a great time, Topgolf Crush will be an experience like nothing you’ve experienced before. Not only is there a friendly golf competition, but there is great music, food and so much more to enjoy at the event.

Similar to the usual Topgolf setup, several targets will be setup on the field for players to hit into. Toptracer Range ball-tracking technology will be setup on the Alaska Airlines club level to track each ball as it is hit towards the targets. There are also screens in each bay where you can watch your ball’s flight path after it is hit – whether you hit the ball into the furthest target or if you whiff it right onto the grass in front of you. Each bay will show the scores of every person included in the bay, so you can have a friendly competition with friends. The top scores will be posted on the leaderboard, and prizes will be given to the top scorers each day.

Tickets are now available on the Topgolf Crush website. All ticket packages include all-day passes to the event and one-hour game play, and range from $50 – $100. The more expensive package includes food and beverage vouchers, a parking voucher, a free hat, a free lifetime membership to Topgolf and exclusive access to private areas in the stadium. If you wish to bring your own golf clubs, you are more than welcome to, but Topgolf is also offering free use of golf clubs at the event! VIP packages are available for those who wish to take their experience to the next level. If you’re looking to attend the event as a spectator, a Caddie Pass will get you all-day entry into the event to partake in the non-golfing activities and watch the game play from the stands.  

You won’t want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be able to tell all of your friends that you hit golf balls in the same stadium that the Giants play in. They may not believe you, so make sure to take plenty of pictures for proof!

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