The new facility will have two simulator buys that can accommodate up to 16 users to access a variety of golf courses, baseball pitches, hockey shots and other sports experiences. The lounge area will also have food and beverage services. “We are thrilled to be able to be the first to bring a Topgolf Swing Suite to the Dallas area,” said Michael Walzl, general manager of the Doubletree, said in a statement. “We are excited to provide this one-of-a-kind simulation experience for hotel guests and Dallas locals alike. ” The high-rise Doubletree hotel that’s getting the new Topgolf Swing Suite is just south of the company’s international headquarters on U.S. Highway 75. Last week, Topgolf disclosed that it was locating one of its golf simulator suites in a new Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant planned at DFW International Airport. Topgolf says it now sees more than 20 million customers a year at its more than 50 locations worldwide.