Tiger Woods’ PopStroke putt-putt bar and restaurant opens soon in Wesley Chapel

New locations in Orlando, Sarasota, and Delray Beach join existing PopStroke’s in Ft. Myers and Port St. Lucie.

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Hide your Buicks because PopStroke, a golf-centric casual dining concept co-owned by Tiger Woods has plans to open in Wesley Chapel.

The concept—which a release says includes a 36-hole professionally -manicured putting facility, dining area and outdoor playground complete with games like ping-pong and cornhole—also has plans to open Florida locations in Orlando, Sarasota, and Delray Beach. A customized app allows for food delivery anywhere on the property and more.

Tampa Bay Business Journal says the PopStroke Wesley Chapel location is at the Cypress Creek Town Center, located on SR-56 in between I-75 and Wesley Chapel Boulevard. 

"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,” said co-owner Greg Bartoli in a press release

"I am very excited about our expansion plans," Woods wrote in the release. "Putting is a universal part of golf that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels.”

The new PopStroke joins current locations in Ft. Myers and Port St. Lucie. Until the new golf course opens, feel free to make the drive over to Topgolf or other smaller mini golf courses.

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