X-Golf America has signed its 75th franchise agreement in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, surpassing the entertainment golf simulator’s goal of hitting 50 locations by the end of 2021.

“The interest and new venue signings this year has continued to align with our accelerated growth plan as a brand,” said President and CEO, X-Golf America, Ryan D’Arcy. “Increased attention across the entire sport, combined with the lowered barrier of intimidation at X-Golf, has powered the ongoing success of our business model. Focused investment on technology, coupled with operations expertise will further X-Golf’s capability to build the singular brand in a segmented marketplace.”

The new location will feature X-Golf America’s proprietary technology with simulators and software with bars and restaurants. The company will also launch a connected platform in late 2021, integrating its technologies with existing venues to personalize the experience for X-Golf players and allow them to track data, develop their game and compete to win experiences and prizes.

X-Golf began developing simulators in Korea in 2005, first launching its U.S. franchise operations in 2016. Since then, the company has opened and maintained more than 30 franchises in the U.S. and more than 35 signed agreements for future locations.

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