Limited Tickets Remain For TopGolf Live At Dodger Stadium

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The Los Angeles Dodgers still have limited tickets remaining for the “Topgolf Live Stadium Tour” event that is being held at Dodger Stadium from January 26-30, 2022.

The majority of tickets remain for Wednesday, Jan. 26, which was added after the original announcement, but very limited amounts are also available on Jan. 27-28.

Ticket prices range from $85-$120 per person, depending on the day and time, with tee times reserved for one-hour increments for six players to a bay.

Fans who just want to watch have the opportunity to purchase spectator tickets for $10 but they will not be allowed in a bay or at the tee. There will be food, drinks and games available onsite for fans with spectator tickets.

Participants have the chance to hit golf balls to on-field targets at Dodger Stadium that are placed between 60 and 140 yards from tee boxes located throughout the left field loge level.

Toptracer technology will accurately trace the flight path of the golf balls, instantly scoring every shot in an interactive, in-stadium game designed for all skill levels.

The Topgolf Live Stadium Tour has previously made visits to Fenway Park, Oracle Park, Nationals Park, Chase Field, Progressive Field and Raymond James Stadium.

The event will follow strict health and safety protocols as it relates to all players and staff. Sanitation protocols include disinfecting golf clubs, tables and hitting bays between tee times, washing golf balls after play and before re-use, and widespread availability of hand sanitizers.

The Dodgers comply with and enforce all applicable COVID-19 health orders and mandates from the city and county of Los Angeles, state of California and the federal government.

The Dodgers will communicate by email in advance of a scheduled tee time any such information relating to the COVID-19 requirements that may apply (face coverings, proof of vaccination/negative test, etc.).

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