Scottsdale golf enthusiasts will soon have a new favorite neighborhood hangout in Zion Golf Club and the neighboring Zion Bistro later this year. Find them both at 15090 N. Northsight Blvd. off Loop 101. This new sporting concept will include virtual golf, plus a restaurant to stave off post-game hunger all in one place.
Zion Golf Club and Zion Bistro are brought to us by business partners Danielle Bejarano and Brian Lewis. “Scottsdale is a tight-knit community that also happens to share an affinity for golf,” they said in a phone call with What Now Phoenix this week. “We wanted to create a space where community members can feel comfortable gathering with friends and family over a unique experience.”
The golf club currently has two suites outfitted with 16-foot Trackman 4 simulators in which members can virtually play on more than 130 professional courses across the globe. Bejarano and Lewis say that it’s the perfect place to hangout after work or to host corporate meetings and events.
After you’ve worked up a hunger practicing your swing, you can head next door to Zion Bistro for some delicious eats and drinks. More details are to come at a later date, as the restaurant won’t be ready to open until this fall.
In the meantime, Zion Golf Club will be up and running. Check out their half-grand opening event this Saturday, April 9th, in conjunction with Bejarano’s separate venture, B3lieve Fitness & Wellness Club. Both businesses will be hosting a Masters viewing party and welcoming new members with drinks, appetizers, and a raffle.
For more information and to schedule a tour, visit www.ziongolfclub.com.