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3’s Golf relaunched its Grubhouse

3’s Golf — a par three golf course invested in by Justin Timberlake and 8AM Golf — revamped its Grubhouse for some “holesome” food and entertainment.

A wooden bar with blue bar chairs.

Take a seat. | Photo provided by Hughes Agency, taken by Chris Smith

Can’t stop the feeling. 3’s Golf and Grubhouse — a par-three golf course and entertainment hub — relaunced the Grubhouse portion with help from investors Justin Timberlake and 8AM Golf.

Be-fore or after you play, you can head to the Grubhouse and enjoy:

  • Comfort food
  • Drinks
  • Fire pits
  • Merchandise
  • Adirondack chairs
  • Music
  • A “retro-cool vibe”

The course itself features 12 par-3 holes + an 18-hole putting course and takes ~90 minutes to complete.
President of 8AM Golf (not to be confused with 6AM City) Hoyt McGarity said that non-traditional versions of the sport are “bringing the game to new audiences.” The plan is to replicate this concept in “major metro areas” across the US — like it’s a mirror staring back at you. Forward this to a friend who’d love one of these concepts in their city.

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