Tiger Woods-backed PopStroke mini-golf restaurant opens Orlando location

Tiger Woods has opened a new PopStroke Mini-Golf and Restaurant location in Orlando.

Located at Waterford Lakes Town Center, the new golf and casual dining concept completed construction on its first location in Orlando after four months.

The business officially opens to the general public on June 13.

PopStroke bills itself as a “family-friendly golf and outdoor dining experience” that features two, 18-hole putting courses designed by Tiger Woods and TGR Design.

In addition to the courses, the business features a restaurant with a full menu, craft beers and wine that can be eaten inside or on the course.

Hole at PopStroke in Orlando
PopStroke features two, 18-hole mini-golf courses

With four locations across the state of Florida and two more on the way, the business has plans to open three additional restaurants in other states by this fall.

For more information on the restaurant, its services and hours, visit the PopStroke Orlando website.

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