Golf Simulators

Our simulators use the latest infrared technology to provide you with a golf experience with unmatched realism. You can play a round of golf or practice on a driving range, regardless of the weather outside. Offering over 30 courses, including Pebble Beach, Pinehurst, and St. Andrews – our simulators let you play 18 holes in around two hours. The system also also tracks your ball flight patterns and yardage when you practice on the virtual driving range, giving you instant, accurate feedback. We rent out our simulators by the hour, to purchase a simulator gift certificate Click Here

Full Swing Golf manufactures the best indoor golf simulators. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5iDRqL3CeQ[/youtube]

FullSwing Golf has been the leading name in commercial golf simulation for the last decade, and CityGolf’s clients can tell you why. Using two infrared radar arrays, our two simulators provide feedback on every shot you take – whether on the built-in driving range, or on one of the thirty real-world courses – that you can use to calibrate your golf swing in preparation for your next round.

Optishot gives our indoor driving range the best technology. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3yYliXsXn0[/youtube]

At CityGolf, our game-improvement philosophy often includes the use of high-tech analysis and swing measurement, but there is no more beneficial type of practice than that which teaches you the way a golf shot should feel. Our indoor driving range will help you to do just that.

How? Well we have seen enough golf shots to know that it is entirely possible to hit a good golf shot with poor fundamentals and mechanics. Those few shots that do end up where you intended, are often outnumbered by the many that seem to have a mind of their own. On CityGolf Boston’s indoor driving range, you will not be distracted by where the ball goes, but how it feels. This type of practice has proven to be the most effective for our clients, and is a main reason that our clients reduce their handicap by an average of 30% per year.

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