On Friday March 20, 2024, the highly-anticipated Atomic Golf Las Vegas opened to the public. A highlight was “Atomic 21”. Blackjack Golf has come to Vegas. –By Brian Hurlburt, founder, www.lasvegasgolfinsider.com

The game, Atomic 21, is part of next-generation golf technology that Atomic Golf executives say will bring golfers and “entertainment” golfers to the new location at The Strat.

“Electric” is what Babak Mostaghasi said he was thinking about when he looked up at the Atomic Golf marquee above the Las Vegas Strip.

Then Cedric Crear, Las Vegas City Councilman who is also running for Las Vegas Mayor soon, said that Atomic Golf is an overall “experience” and the gateway to Las Vegas.

Atomic Golf sits on 100,000 square feet and features four distinct floors with 103 separate golfing bays, six full-service bars, the Putting District with eight digital putting bays, the Tap Room with Bottom’s Up technology and a collection of locally brewed beers, the state-of-the-art Cosmic Lounge; flexible meeting and special event space, luxury suites, and the multi-use Astrocade with floor-to-ceiling, high-definition display screens for sports and entertainment viewing.

There are five other games available and each is powered by special patented proprietary technology that creates an engaging experience along with golf statistics through Trackman. The Putting District, located on level one, will showcase eight bays with projection mapping technology that will immerse guests into the putting map. All bays will be equipped with seating and clubs for guests to enjoy.

Atomic Golf also includes several art installations that pay homage to the thriving Las Vegas Arts District, which is steps away from the venue.