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Flying Tee in Jenks Celebrates First Year


HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Flying Tee representatives are raedy to cut the cake during the first-year clebration June 7. From left areBryan Senger, assistant general manager; James Vollbrecht, COO; Cliff Grappe, general manager; Chris Bullis, executive chef; Julie Via, Sr. Human Resources Manager; and John Vollbrecht, CEO


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Representatives of Flying Tee celebrated the first year anniversary of the unique golfing activity center June 7.

Flying Tee is a three story, 60-bay center offering three restaurants, a beer garden, outdoor patios, corporate meeting rooms and suits, and the ability to host everything from a detailed practice session to a 400-person charity golf tournament.

Flying Tee has been popular during its first year with venues such as the Flying Tee Sports Bar on the ground level, the Iron Wood Rotisserie on the second level, and the Flite, a third-level bar and restaurant.

A group coming out for an evening can rent a bay by the hour and take turns playing various golf games, all of which use real golf balls monitored by a sophisticated tracking system. Games include darts, blackjack, long drive, horse and the ability to play other famous courses. 

Golfers can trace their ball flight and results on monitors using the sophisticated Pro Tracer technolo-gy seen on network golf telecasts. Each bay will have fans and mis-ters for hot weather or heaters for colder times. Servers will take orders in the bays as well as in the bars and restaurants.

The facility is open 9 a.m.–midnight on weekdays and 9 a.m. – 1 a.m. on weekends. Golfers who want to use the system’s shot track-ing and swing analysis capabilities can bring their own clubs out dur-ing the morning, then return at night with a group of friends and use the new Cobra equipment provided free of charge at the bays.

Updated 06-17-2017

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