Busch Stadium transformed into a golf course?

The weekend prior to our fall Marketing & Distribution Convention, Stadiumlinks, which turns sports stadiums across the country into golf courses for events, will flip the Cardinal’s home field into a green with nine holes.

This week, the Cardinals announced that from November 1–3, Busch Stadium will transform into a golf course when the golf experience attraction Stadiumlinks comes to town.

Stadiumlinks, which turns sports stadiums across the country into golf courses for events, will flip the baseball destination into a green with nine holes, with golfers hitting birdies from nine different locations inside the stadium. Targets for each tee box are positioned on greens that are landscaped into the field below, creating nine golf holes that you’ll have to see to believe. By combining this with exclusive and intimate access to the stadium, we’re excited to offer a uniquely amazing experience that can’t be duplicated anywhere else on the planet, for each and every participant.

Tee times will be available across three days, starting in the morning, and ending at night with the bright lights of Busch illuminating the field. Golfers can start booking tee times for two to eight players at 8 a.m. on October 10 via cardinals.com/gogolf. Prices start at $74 per player, and there are VIP options that allow access to a private practice range. A set of right-hand clubs will be available for complimentary use, but golfers can also bring up to four of their own clubs (no drivers, golf bags, or clubs will be allowed, however).