Five Iron Golf Detroit has been launched with the Motor City the latest to be added to the ever-growing empire.
Five Iron Golf was first launched in New York City in 2017 and has since expanded to Chicago, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh and most recently Boston.
Now Five Iron will be expanding its Midwest reach by opening a new location in Detroit’s bustling downtown area.
Five Iron Golf Detroit’s approximately 24,000 square foot venue will be located on the lower level of the brand new Cambria Hotel-Downtown Detroit.
The new Five Iron Golf venue will be located at 600 West Lafayette Blvd with construction beginning this fall with a goal of opening to the public by summer 2022.
“We are thrilled to have found the perfect space to introduce our concept to the metro Detroit community,” says Nora Dunnan, Co-Founder and Chief Development Officer.
“This location will seamlessly accommodate our multiple uses, allowing us to offer amazing, one-of-a-kind golf experiences and simultaneously expand into alternative entertainment options for guests.”
What is Five Iron Golf?
Five Iron Golf is one the United States’ leading indoor golf and entertainment venues, combining golf, technology and entertainment in one value.
Open from early morning to late night, each Five Iron Golf location features industry-leading golf simulators available for rentals by the half hour.
Golf instructors are also available for private or group lessons, as well as a full bar, a food menu and event space.
Membership options are available but are not required to use the venue or play in Five Iron golf leagues.
Five Iron Golf Detroit
Five Iron Golf Detroit will feature 13 TrackMan simulators with down-the-line and front-facing cameras, an expansive putting green, and custom club fitting by The Fitting Lab.
Each simulator bay will enable guests to play a round like the pros with actionable data, instant video analysis, and virtual access to the world’s greatest courses.
The Detroit location also will boast a carefully curated food menu, full-service bar, numerous widescreen TVs, pool, shuffleboard, and – for the first time in Five Iron Golf history – two bowling lanes.
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