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Nemacolin Woodlands Resort to offer Topgolf Swing Suites in July

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, Pa., has opened the state’s first  Topgolf Swing Suite just in time for the summer travel season.

Currently offered at only three other venues around the world, the Topgolf Swing Suite bays at Nemacolin will open prior to the July Fourth holiday at four locations around the resort. Two simulator bays will be in the Tavern, a popular casual restaurant in the Lodge; one will be in the men’s locker room at Falling Rock, the resort’s 42-room boutique hotel and location of the pro shop for its two golf courses; and one will be in the Kidz Klub Arcade inside the Lodge, near PJ’s, a 1950s-style ice cream shop and diner.

Each Topgolf Swing Suite will include multi-sport games, HDTVs, comfortable lounge seating, and food and beverage offerings. Up to eight people can play, eat, drink and be entertained in each suite.

Falling Rock (Nemacolin Woodlands Resort)

Nemacolin Woodlands has invested more than $250 million in improvements during the past several years, including the new Shepherd’s Rock, a Pete Dye 18-hole course that was one of only a handful of courses around the nation to open last year.

Tucked in the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort is a four-season resort set within 2,000 acres. Nemacolin offers diverse lodging options, including the AAA Five-Diamond Falling Rock boutique hotel; an assortment of dining outlets, including the Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond Lautrec; and an art collection of various mediums.

Feature Photo: Pennsylvaniagolf.com

 

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