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Bossier City Councilman Chris Smith announced on his Facebook page a new sports experience is coming to Bossier's Boardwalk and East Bank Districts.

From Chris Smith's Facebook page:

Chasing Aces Golf is a sport entertainment complex founded by Ark-La-Tex native John Dudley, revolutionizing the golf industry with their modern take on sports and fun.  

From interactive swing bays to dining experiences while enjoying family time on the driving range, there's something for everyone at Chasing Aces Golf!  

Plus, it features an exclusive 9 Hole Smart Course designed in collaboration with Arnold Palmer Design Team complete with player tracking and hole in one jackpots - you won't find this anywhere else.  

And don't forget about our 18 hole putting course that anchors as a hub of excitement featuring live music events perfect for everyone! 

At Chasing Aces Golf, we provide the ultimate sports bar experience. Enjoy a game on our 24-foot big screen TV or head to one of our training centers and pro shops – ideal for both pros and those looking to up their skill level!  

Our chef team can whip up something special in either the swing bays or VIP area. We also offer banquet facilities if you're interested in hosting your own event with us.  

Join us as we revolutionize sport entertainment - come see why at Chasing Aces Golf! 


The new facility is planned to be located next to Margaritaville Casino, near the Boardwalk.  A quick check on the website, chasingacesentertainment looks like the website isn't active yet.

Bossier City Mayor Tommy Chandler told KEELNEWS on Monday the council is scheduled to vote Tuesday on this project and he expects the vote to pass 7-0.  The project is expected to cost around $15 Million dollars.  Mayor Chandler said all costs will be incurred by the developers John Dudley and Randy Rogers, with no money coming from the Bossier taxpayers.

Chandler said he is excited about the project as he thinks it will lead to even more development on the Bossier side of the Red River.

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