Blackjack Golf Hits Downtown Vegas with Atomic Golf Launch

On Wednesday night March 20, 2024, the highly-anticipated Atomic Golf Las Vegas held a VIP Media Taste Tour. A highlight was many in the crowd dealing/swinging “Atomic 21”. Blackjack Golf has come to Vegas. –By Brian Hurlburt, founder,

Atomic Golf officially opens its doors to the public on Friday, March 22, 2024, at 10 a.m. 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.


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Many in the crowd took swings at Atomic 21, which gives golfers the chance to register a “hand” of 21 but hitting targets that are numbers in a deck of cards. Atomic 21 should be a favorite to Atomic Golf customers. The rules were simple and playing the game was fun.

“We are thrilled to welcome our guests to our electrifying flagship location,” said Brian Birckbichler, Senior Vice President of Golf and Entertainment at Atomic Golf. “With a fusion of cutting-edge technology and unparalleled entertainment, our team is ready to tee off on this new journey and provide an exceptional experience for all our visitors.”

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.

Atomic Golf is scheduled to be open Monday through Wednesday, noon – 12 a.m., Thursday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 a.m., Saturday, 9 a.m.— 2 a.m. and Sunday, 9 a.m.—10 p.m.