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Topgolf is hiring 500 people for its new Brooklyn Center attraction

The national chain's 46th location opens this fall.
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Ahead of the opening of its driving range experience in Brooklyn Center, Topgolf has announced it's looking to fill 500 positions.

The national chain is bringing its renowned brand, which marries point-scoring golf games with eating, drinking and entertainment, to Minnesota this fall.

The Brooklyn Center venue should be open this fall, and as a result it's created 500 new job positions you can now apply for.

But these aren't just any job positions, Topgolf describes them as "auditions," with those interested asked to come to one of its "MISSION: Ambition" hiring events.

"Cloaked in mystery, but full of intrigue, these events are Topgolf's special way of showcasing its culture of fun and energy," it said in a press release.

"Applicants are inspired to leave their dress-up clothes and pre-rehearsed answers at the door and start thinking mission-minded," it continues.

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Those interested will be expected to take part in "group activities, interactive panel interviews, one-on-one convos [sic] with Topgolf's venue leadership teams, games and more."

Positions available include servers, bartenders, kitchen staff, maintenance, guest services and more.

You can apply for the positions here.

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