Gabe Luchetta hits balls at the new location of Top Golf in Fort Myers on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021. A Top Golf location may be coming to the Memphis area.

Gabe Luchetta hits balls at the new location of Top Golf in Fort Myers on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021. A Top Golf location may be coming to the Memphis area.

Top Golf may be coming to Memphis.

A permit application has been filed with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation under the name Top Golf Memphis. The application is for an Individual Aquatic Resource Center permit.

The application was filed by Civil & Environmental Consultants Inc. on behalf of Franklin Land Associates, LLC to develop the site at 0 Callis Cutoff Road near Germantown.

Pending approval, construction on the site is expected to begin in July, according to the permit application.

Top Golf is an all-weather golfing complex, complete with a restaurant and bar.

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According to an application submitted to the Memphis Land Use Control Board, the Polo Grounds North Planned Development would include commercial and residential uses, a hotel and an outdoor recreation and golf entertainment center in the area where the TNDEC application was filed. The golf and recreation center would be built on a 22-acre parcel at the southeast corner of Germantown Road and Callis Cutoff Road, according to that application.

Officials with Top Golf and the planned development have not confirmed plans for this site.

The Land Use Control Board is scheduled to discuss the application on April 14.

Commercial Appeal reporter Corinne Kennedy also contributed to this report.

Astrid Kayembe covers South Memphis, Whitehaven and Westwood. She can be reached at [email protected], (901) 304-7929 or on Twitter @astridkayembe_.

This article originally appeared on Memphis Commercial Appeal: Is Top Golf coming to Memphis? What we know about potential location

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