Las Vegas Indoor Golf Complex Repairs Misting System Amid Intense Heat

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With temperatures soaring, the newly opened Atomic Golf in Las Vegas has repaired its misting system just in time for Father’s Day, ensuring a more comfortable environment for its visitors. The system’s pump, which broke last month, has now been fixed, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Visitor Complaints and Temporary Solutions

Due to the extreme heat over recent weeks, patrons of Atomic Golf had expressed discomfort with the indoor temperatures. On Yelp, visitors shared their experiences. Carrie B. from Spring Valley, Nev., commented, “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.” Similarly, Kyla R. from Las Vegas mentioned, “It was so hot. There was no AC or fans at all. I was dying in that heat.”

Before the repair, management attempted temporary measures such as providing ice towels and using large fans to mitigate the heat. Atomic Golf, which does not have air conditioning due to local codes, relies on the misting system to keep guests cool.

Operational Adjustments and Layoffs

In response to financial difficulties and lower business levels, Atomic Golf Las Vegas laid off approximately 250 employees, representing a third of its workforce, as reported by Vital Vegas on May 22. Currently, the complex opens at 4 p.m. from Monday to Thursday.

Pricing and Services

The cost to play at Atomic Golf ranges from $60 to $80 per bay per hour, depending on the time and day. Each bay can accommodate up to eight players. The complex offers bar and food service, with the most expensive item being a chef’s selection of artisanal meats and cheeses priced at $42. Beverages including beer, cocktails, wine, and champagne are also available. Guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult, and kid-sized clubs are provided.

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

Father’s Day Promotions

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

Competition and Comparisons

Atomic Golf’s main competitor, Topgolf, located near the MGM Grand, charges between $42 and $99 per bay per hour, depending on the time and day. Each bay can hold up to six players, and locals can get 25% off regular walk-in pricing. For Father’s Day, Topgolf offers a $15 bonus gift card for every $50 spent.


With the misting system now operational, Atomic Golf Las Vegas aims to provide a cooler and more enjoyable experience for its visitors, especially as the summer heat intensifies. Despite recent financial challenges and layoffs, the complex is poised to attract families and golf enthusiasts with its special Father’s Day promotions and continued commitment to customer comfort.