Topgolf Swing Suite Now Open at the Inn at Sea Island

New Interactive Gaming Simulator Offers a Variety of Entertainment Options.

USA, Sea Island, Georgia. July 17, 2019

The Inn at Sea Island announces the opening of the Topgolf Swing Suite, the first location in the area to offer this popular entertainment experience to the public as well as to Inn guests. Located on St. Simons Island, The Inn offers casual, mid-priced accommodations, and is convenient to historic sites, shopping, and other island amenities.

The Topgolf Swing Suite features two simulator bays for up to eight players each, offering interactive gaming beyond just golf, including Topgolf target games, Baseball Pitching, Hockey Shots, Quarterback Challenge, Zombie Dodgeball, and Carnival Games. The Swing Suite's setting includes food and beverage service and TV viewing. Those choosing to swing a golf club can opt to play 84 real-life golf courses, including Seaside Course at the Sea Island Golf Club. Open daily from 5 - 10 p.m., the Topgolf Swing Suite accommodates up to eight players per bay. Daily play is available on a first-come, first-served basis. With advance reservations, it is also available for birthday parties and other private events and social gatherings.

"It's exciting to bring the Topgolf Swing Suite to our area," said Vijay Singh, Sea Island Managing Director. "We hope that local residents and visitors alike will see it as an engaging option to enjoy with friends and family."

"We are delighted to team with The Inn at Sea Island to provide a new kind of interactive social experience that will entertain visitors," said Topgolf Swing Suite President Ron Powers. "Powered by industry-leading Full Swing simulators, games are designed so that everyone can have a great time."

Located two miles from The Cloister and four miles from the Sea Island Golf Club, The Inn reflects the signature Addison Mizner Mediterranean design seen throughout Sea Island. With 85 guest rooms, The Inn provides a complimentary continental breakfast and laundry facilities, heated pool, workout room, evening bar adjacent to the Topgolf Swing Suite, and shuttle service to Sea Island amenities. Guests of The Inn may choose an accommodations rate that provides access to many Sea Island facilities such as golf and the Golf Performance Center, tennis, spa and fitness center, fishing, boating, dining, and more.

For additional information about Sea Island or to book a reservation for accommodations, please visit or call 1-800-SEA-ISLAND.

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