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$28 million FlyingTee golf venue to be built in downtown Indianapolis

The release does not give the exact location of the venue, but it said the land has already been acquired and references the city's riverfront.

INDIANAPOLIS — A developer is planning to build a golf entertainment venue is in downtown Indianapolis in the Stadium Village District near Lucas Oil Stadium.

MWA Masterbuilders, LLC will build FlyingTee with plans for it to open in March 2022. A release said the venue would be similar to Topgolf in Fishers and the hope is it will appeal to the convention business. 

The $28 million venue will go up near West Morris Street and White River Parkway West Drive on the site of an old meat packing plant.

Credit: WTHR
A FlyingTee golf venue will be built on the west bank of the White River, just south of West Morris Street.

The FlyingTee site will include multi-story tee boxes, point-scoring games and course play with flight and performance data on a TV screen in the bay, a chef-driven menu, top-shelf drinks, big-screen TVs, flexible private event spaces and music, and a pro-shop.

MWA is currently completing the Tru by Hilton hotel next to Lucas Oil Stadium along with Dora Hospitality.

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