Las Vegas Indoor Golf Complex Repairs Misting System as Region Faces Intense Heat

Posted on: June 16, 2024, 12:23h. 

Last updated on: June 16, 2024, 12:33h.

Temperatures should be more comfortable after Las Vegas’ recently-opened Atomic Golf got its misting system working again in time for Father’s Day on Sunday.

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Atomic Golf Las Vegas, pictured above. A broken misting system there was repaired after visitors complained about the heat. (Image: The Strat)

The pump on the system broke last month but recently was repaired, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Because of extremely hot weather outside over recent weeks, players had complained about the temperatures inside Atomic Golf.

One visitor, Carrie B. of Spring Valley, Nev., said on Yelp that when she went there last month, “There is no ac or misters in the bays. The sun is beaming right at you and even at night it’s too hot. This needs to be fixed asap.”

Another visitor, Kyla R. of Las Vegas, complained on Yelp it “was so hot. There was no AC or fans at all. I was dying in that heat.”

Before the repairs, management reportedly attempted temporary solutions such as giving guests ice towels and employing large fans.

Atomic Golf doesn’t have air conditioning due to local codes. So, guests are supposed to be kept cool by the misting system.

Lots of Layoffs

On May 22, Vital Vegas also reported how Atomic Golf Las Vegas fired some 250 employees, which represented a third of its workforce.

The operation currently doesn’t open until 4 p.m. on Mondays through Thursdays.

The reductions were blamed on “financial difficulties due to lack of business levels.”

Pricing Details

Price of admission to Atomic Golf is either $60 or $80 per bay per hour depending on time/day of play, according to information posted on the website. Each bay can hold up to eight players.

Bar and food service are available. The most expensive food option is a chef’s selection of artisanal meats and cheeses, cornichons, marcona almonds, and honeycomb. The price is $42. The venue also offers beer, cocktails, wine, and champagne.

Those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Kid-sized clubs are available.

The four-floor, 103-bay, 99,000 square-foot golf complex is located next to The Strat Hotel, Casino & Tower.

Father’s Day

For Father’s Day, Atomic Golf will provide a $25 gift card with a minimum $75 purchase. Fathers also will receive ball markers, divot tools, and tee packs on June 16. There will be day-long tastings and giveaways from Anheuser-Busch, Jack Daniels, and Tito’s Handmade Vodka.

Atomic Golf Las Vegas’ indoor golfing competitor, Topgolf, located near the MGM Grand, charges between $42 and $99 per bay depending on the time and day of week, per hour. Each bay accommodates up to six players. Locals can receive 25% off regular walk-in pricing.

For Father’s Day, Topgolf will give a $15 bonus gift card off of every $50 spent at the operation.