PopStroke Put-putting Wesley Chapel
PopStroke, a putter’s paradise backed by Tiger Woods, opening in Wesley Chapel
PopStroke Entertainment, co-owned by Tiger Woods and Greg Bartoli, announced a series of exciting new property agreements. The one we’re focusing on is located in Wesley Chapel. An official groundbreaking ceremony is set for February 2nd at 25297 Sierra Center Blvd.
Founded in 2018, PopStroke is a technology-infused golf-entertainment concept featuring Tiger Woods and his TGR Design team’s 36-hole putting facility. This course includes an outdoor dining area with a full menu, expansive variety of craft beer, wine, signature cocktails, ice cream, outdoor games, and a playground!
“These are dynamic, high-growth markets supported by excellent ownership groups,” said Greg Bartoli. “We are very excited to expand our unique golf entertainment experience across the United States, particularly in markets supported by surging population growth and great climates.”
“Over the next 12 to 18 months, you will see PopStroke locations opening up across the South and Southwest,” said Bartoli. “The feedback from our guests has been extraordinary, with great reviews about the golf experience, our technology, and our elevated food and drink offerings. We look forward to introducing the PopStroke brand to these exciting new markets.”
Tiger Woods and TGR Design, his award-winning design team, will build two unique 18-hole putting courses for each property. These are synthetic turfs, incorporating fairways, bunkers, and rough as seen on traditional golf courses.
“I am very excited about our expansion plans,” said Tiger Woods. “Putting is a universal part of golf that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. It has been rewarding to see the broad and diverse group of guests enjoying their experience at PopStroke, and I look forward to seeing players make those long putts in locations throughout the South and Southwest. Each new location will have a different course design and layout giving players unique putting challenges as they travel across the country.”