The new president of Rost Enterprises says the popular Midway Golf and Games just west of Columbia draws customers from St. Louis, Kansas City and rural towns like Sedalia, Marshall, Boonville, Mexico, Moberly and Macon. Rost Enterprises operates Midway Golf and Games, Rost Landscaping and Superior Garden Center. New company president Taylor Burks and founder Tim Rost joined host Fred Parry in-studio for the hour Saturday on 939 the Eagle’s “CEO Round Table.” They say the addition of TopTracer in 2023 will make Midway Golf and Games the premier family fun destination in mid-Missouri. They also outlined plans to build a restaurant and bar and a banquet facility that would seat up to 300 people for dinner:
Former Boone County clerk Taylor Burks has a new position: he’s the president of several mid-Missouri enterprises, including the 16,000 square foot TopTracer Golf facility being built at Midway Golf and Games.
Burks is joining businessman Tim Rost’s team. The enterprises also include Rost Landscaping and Superior Garden Center.
Rost and Burks will join 939 the Eagle’s Fred Parry Saturday morning at 7 in-studio. They’ll discuss Burks’ new job, the multi-million dollar golf development and some of the infrastructure challenges west of Persche creek.
Top-Tracer will have 18 to 20 elevated bays. Each bay can accommodate four to six golfers at a time. A restaurant and a bar and grill are also planned.
TopTracer Range will be building its second Missouri location just west of Columbia, at Midway Golf and Games.
A groundbreaking event for the multi-million dollar facility is set for 4:30 this (Wednesday) afternoon at Midway Golf and Games, which is visible from I-70.
TopTracer is owned by Top Golf, and they’re planning to build a 16,000 square feet facility that will include 18 to 20 elevated bays. Each bay can accommodate four to six golfers at a time.
A restaurant and a bar and grill are also planned.
TopTracer says the new facility will give people of all skill levels the chance to enjoy golf. The facility’s technology is aimed at giving you the opportunity to play hundreds of golf courses around the world, without leaving Boone County. It will be similar to the popular Top Golf in Chesterfield.
939 the Eagle’s Fred Parry reports the local owners include Tim and Toby Rost, the owners of Rost Landscaping and Superior Garden Center.