The Las Vegas Golden Knights just get it. Sure, sure, they made the Stanley Cup Finals in their first season of existence and have a pre-game show that makes Game of Thrones look like a county Ren Fair, but that's not what we're talking about. What we're really talking about here is their ongoing love affair with our ongoing love affair: Golf.
Back in November the team hosted Bryson "Dr. Frankenstein" Dechambeau, and he nearly ripped his hand off ringing the ol' air raid siren...
...and now the Knights have added a Topgolf-themed light show to their pre-puck festivities, replete with a spotlight "golf ball" and a bunch of hammered Vegas locals howling every time it hits one of those splashy targets. Throw a t-shirt gun and an ATV into the mix, and you've got one hell of a sports stew going:
Between the Knights, a Topgolf a few blocks from The Strip, and the budding Tiger vs. Phil franchise, Vegas—long the least golf town in America—is rapidly becoming the most golf town in America. What a time to be alive.