A golf icon and 10-time Grammy Award winner in Tiger Woods and Justin Timberlake have teamed up to open a one-of-a-kind entertainment venue in New York.
Tiger Woods and Justin Timberlake are the proud co-owners of T-Squared Social, a massive 22,000-square-foot space that puts other similar venues to shame.
Located on 42nd Street and Madison Avenue in midtown Manhattan, T-Squared, which officially opens September 20, takes up an entire city block. It boasts 35 TV screens, one of which is 200 inches, the largest indoor screen in the city.
Patrons can also enjoy bowling on four lanes, eat and drink in four different dining areas and work on their golf game on four full swing simulators that replicate some of the world's premier golf courses.
The idea for the partnership came about when Woods and Timberlake were (surprise, surprise) golfing together in the Bahamas. The two icons partnered with 8AM Golf, which owns properties such as Miura Golf and Golf Magazine/Golf.com, to launch T-Squared, appropriately named for the T in Tiger and Timberlake.
In a press release, Woods said, "Justin and I thought it would be cool to create a place that combines our favorite things and brings people together to just have a great time."
A partnership of this nature may seem surprising on the surface, but this isn't the first time the two icons have invested in a business venture. Woods, Rory McIlroy, Serena Williams, Timberlake and numerous other A-List celebrities partnered together last year to form TMRW Sports, a technology-based sports, media and entertainment company.
A golf enthusiast, Timberlake is a past participant in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and has also served as tournament host of the PGA Tour's Shriners Children's Open in Las Vegas, an event that now bears his name. He holds memberships at the Liberty National and Lakeside Golf Clubs in New Jersey and California, respectively, and is a part-owner of Mirimichi Golf Course in Memphis.
The timing of T-Squared's opening couldn't be better, as it comes just nine days before the start of the Ryder Cup.
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