The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas Unveils New Topgolf Swing Suite

The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas, which unveiled a $100 million renovation in 2019, has announced the opening of Topgolf Swing Suite, a new private sports entertainment space that includes 80 18-hole virtual golf courses, plus 10 additional virtual games for parties of up to eight people.The Topgolf Swing Suite also has a customized food-and-beverage menu, a personal concierge attendant catering to players’ every need, one hitting bay and a private space for entertainment. 

The suite is powered by Full Swing golf simulator technology, the same simulator used by PGA Tour pros for off-course practice. The interactive simulator offers a variety of golf and non-golf games (football, baseball, soccer and more), allowing guests to go from smashing a seven-iron to striking out a batter with a fastball in a matter of minutes. Thanks to the massive HDTV screen, players will be immersed in a fun and friendly competitive environment.

Offered all day, the Topgolf Swing Suite menu includes Mediterranean dips with pita; house-made Caribbean chicken wings; mini sandwiches; burger sliders; Caribbean chicken club bites and truffle & parmesan fries.

The Topgolf Swing Suite’s hours of operations run from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. and is available for one-hour increments at a cost of $125 for up to four guests, with additional guests at $25 per person up to eight guests. It is recommended that larger parties should book multiple time slots.

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