Atomic Golf Resurrects Misting System in Time for Father’s Day Celebration

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As the mercury soared in the sizzling Las Vegas heat, golf enthusiasts breathed a sigh of relief when Atomic Golf, the last addendum to the city’s indoor sports scene, managed to get its misting system back in action, right in time for Father’s Day celebrations. The state-of-the-art climate control system had broken down the previous month, escalating the indoor temperatures and triggering a flurry of disgruntled complaints from its patrons.

Among the displeased visitors, Carrie B. from Spring Valley, Nevada, aired her grievances on Yelp, noting the glaring absence of air conditioning or misters in the bays. “The sun is beaming right at you, and even at night, it’s too hot. This needs fixing as soon as possible,” she emphasized. Fellow visitor Kyla R. also chimed in, lamenting the stifling heat.

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Anticipating the discomfort of their clientele, Atomic Golf management scrambled to implement interim solutions. Prior to the repair, patrons were handed ice towels to beat the heat, and large fans were brought in to circulate air until the misting system could be fixed. Despite their best efforts, the venue could not install air conditioning due to local codes, placing the onus of temperature regulation on the misting system.

More troubles seemed to be brewing at Atomic Golf Las Vegas as it made the headlines last month for reportedly laying off approximately 250 employees, slashing almost a third of its workforce. The cuts were attributed to financial woes resulting from insufficient patronage, forcing the establishment to stay closed until 4 p.m. on weekdays.

Apart from sports, Atomic Golf also offers bar and food services, with per bay prices ranging from $60 to $80 per hour depending on playtime, and can accommodate up to eight players at once. The substantial four-floor, 99,000 square-foot golf complex, boasting 103 bays, offers irresistible delicacies such as artisanal meats and cheeses, gourmet almonds, honeycomb, and cornichons for a delightful culinary experience.

Despite recent hiccups, Atomic Golf is optimistic about its upcoming Father’s Day celebrations, offering a $25 gift card on a minimum $75 purchase. Fathers can look forward to receiving special ball markers, divot tools, and tee packs on June 16. Patrons can also expect exciting tasting and giveaways furnished by Anheuser-Busch, Jack Daniels, and Tito’s Handmade Vodka.

However, Atomic Golf is not without competition. The nearby Topgolf, another premiere indoor golfing establishment, offers similar amenities. Their pricing strategy differs slightly, charging between $42 and $99 per bay depending on the day and time of the week. This Father’s Day, Topgolf has its unique offer of a $15 bonus gift card for every $50 spent at their complex.