Lounge by Topgolf, which features Full Swing golf simulator technology along with an innovative bar and restaurant concept, held its grand-opening ceremony on Jan. 24 in Kirkland at 425 Urban Plaza, Suite 200. From left to right: Sarah Rutledge (Lounge by Topgolf associate), Toby Nixon (Kirkland City Councilmember), Amy Falcone (Kirkland City Councilmember), Kirkland Mayor Penny Sweet, Hun Kim (general manager at Lounge by Topgolf), Ron Powers (president of Topgolf Swing Suites), Jon Pascal (Kirkland City Councilmember), Alyssa Jones (assistant general manager at Lounge by Topgolf) and Salena Cordell (Lounge by Topgolf associate). Photo courtesy of Bailie Pelletier

Lounge by Topgolf, which features Full Swing golf simulator technology along with an innovative bar and restaurant concept, held its grand-opening ceremony on Jan. 24 in Kirkland at 425 Urban Plaza, Suite 200. From left to right: Sarah Rutledge (Lounge by Topgolf associate), Toby Nixon (Kirkland City Councilmember), Amy Falcone (Kirkland City Councilmember), Kirkland Mayor Penny Sweet, Hun Kim (general manager at Lounge by Topgolf), Ron Powers (president of Topgolf Swing Suites), Jon Pascal (Kirkland City Councilmember), Alyssa Jones (assistant general manager at Lounge by Topgolf) and Salena Cordell (Lounge by Topgolf associate). Photo courtesy of Bailie Pelletier

Lounge by Topgolf tees off new Kirkland location

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Lounge by Topgolf, which features Full Swing golf simulator technology along with an innovative bar and restaurant concept, held its grand-opening ceremony on Jan. 24 in Kirkland at 425 Urban Plaza, Suite 200. From left to right: Sarah Rutledge (Lounge by Topgolf associate), Toby Nixon (Kirkland City Councilmember), Amy Falcone (Kirkland City Councilmember), Kirkland Mayor Penny Sweet, Hun Kim (general manager at Lounge by Topgolf), Ron Powers (president of Topgolf Swing Suites), Jon Pascal (Kirkland City Councilmember), Alyssa Jones (assistant general manager at Lounge by Topgolf) and Salena Cordell (Lounge by Topgolf associate). Photo courtesy of Bailie Pelletier

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