Northland Golf Entertainment Complex Prepping to Open
Metro North Crossing is about to add one of its largest new features with a golf entertainment complex.
T-Shotz is expected to open by Labor Day as this newsletter was going to press. The facility covers 52,000 square feet and boasts a 200-yard target range with three levels of 66 climate-controlled hitting bays and suites. The positions offer screens that let golfers choose virtual courses from among some of the world’s most famous.
Especially notable is a TrackMan radar system that tracks balls in flight. This high-tech system even measures performance details such as spin rates and carry distance.
Even if you aren’t a golfer, the complex will have two farm-to-market restaurants plus a bar offering fresh seafood, an oyster bar and a lounge area.
The site also has two farm-to-market restaurants that will serve comfort food, as well as The Raw Bar, which offers fresh seafood, an oyster bar and a lounge area. Other amenities include private event spaces and more than 120 HD TVs to showcase sports programming.
The construction was delayed somewhat this spring due to COVID-19, but the organization has used that time to add features to help with social distancing and related features. Additional plexiglass dividers and other elements are being considered.