PopStroke to open its first Orlando location in downtown Waterford Lakes


Columbus, Ohio – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Washington Prime Group Inc. (NYSE: WPG) today announced that PopStroke, a family-focused, high-tech putting and entertainment experience, will open in late 2021 at the Waterford Lakes Town Center, in Orlando, Florida. PopStroke is owned by Tiger Woods and Greg Bartoli, with courses designed by Tiger Woods and TGR Design.

Construction is scheduled to begin later this month for two 18-hole courses. PopStroke will also include a restaurant and bar offering food, soft drinks, cocktails, wine, craft beer and ice cream enjoyed in the restaurant or ordered on the PopStroke app for delivery to the golf course. . There is a beer garden with outdoor games including ping pong and cornhole, as well as a dedicated events area with ample space for groups to host events.

“We’re extremely excited to open a PopStroke location in Orlando – bringing our unique putting and entertainment experience to the nation’s largest tourist market,” said Greg Bartoli, Founder of PopStroke. “PopStroke aims to bring friends and family together in a dynamic, fun and interactive environment and Waterford Lakes is the perfect place to do just that. We are also excited to partner with Washington Prime as we continue our rapid expansion throughout Florida and beyond. ”

With two current locations in Port St. Lucie and Fort Myers, Florida, and planned upcoming locations in Orlando, Sarasota, Tampa, Delray Beach, Houston, Glendale and Scottsdale, PopStroke offers a combination of golf, technology, food and beverage service. , family entertainment, and events.

Downtown Waterford Lakes is Orlando’s premier outdoor lifestyle hub, providing easy access to national retailers, local stores and a variety of restaurants. Entertainment abounds, and guests can stroll through more than five acres of lakes, fountains, and parks.

About PopStroke Entertainment Group

PopStroke is an experiential golf and casual dining concept fusing a dynamic and technologically advanced competitive golf environment with food and drink. Based in Jupiter, Florida, PopStroke has a dedicated team of experienced food, beverage and hospitality professionals. PopStroke offers a wide variety of craft beers, wines, ice cream and food at every location, while providing an interactive and competitive golf experience for all players. Founded in 2018 by Greg Bartoli, the company is co-owned by Tiger Woods with courses designed by TGR Design. Learn more about www.popstroke.com.

About Washington Prime Group

Washington Prime Group Inc. is a retail REIT and a recognized leader in the ownership, management, acquisition and development of commercial real estate. The Company combines a national real estate portfolio with its expertise across the shopping center industry to increase cash flow through rigorous asset management and provide new opportunities for growth-seeking retailers across the United States. .Washington Prime Group® is a registered trademark of the Company. Learn more about www.washingtonprime.com.

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