Dallas, Texas is a golfer’s paradise. with its many beautiful golf courses and clubs catering to the needs of golfers of all skill levels. However, with the advent of advanced technology, simulator golf clubs have become a popular alternative for golfers looking for a realistic and comfortable golfing experience. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the top indoor Dallas Golf Clubs – simulator golf facilities that are equipped with state-of-the-art pieces of equipment, including the newcomer – Scratch Golf Club.
City Golf Club
Located in the Harwood district, City Golf Club is one of the first Dallas golf clubs which used simulators. With the help of the Trackman golf simulator, you can choose from 25 different virtual golf courses to play and practice. City Golf Club has a few membership options but also allows the public to book bay times and golf lessons. The club works 24/7, but for the basic plan, you can access the club during business hours.
Topgolf is a popular simulator golf club that offers a unique and fun golfing experience. The club features a variety of simulator bays that allow golfers to play on multiple popular courses, including Pebble Beach, TPC Sawgrass, and St. Andrews. Topgolf also offers different games and activities that can be enjoyed by golfers of all skill levels.
This golfing establishment is known for golf lessons, but it also offers a wide range of amenities for golfers. The club features a modern simulator room that allows golfers to play on some of the world’s most famous golf courses from the comfort of their club. Additionally, GolfTec has 3 different locations north of the city center in Dallas.
The Golf Suite
The Golf suite is another indoor golf club, located in the Dallas/Addison area. It offers a PGA instructor and 24/7 membership access. GC hawk x Foresights simulator gives you the ability to choose from the hundreds of available courses. Additionally, you get 1 free individual guest pass. You can book a tee time with another member of the Golf Suite and use the space at the same time. Up to 4 people during a tee time.
8 Under Golf
This fine establishment is located in Irving, about 12 miles away from downtown Dallas. This, admittedly, can become a problem, especially on a busy day. But, if you are still interested, Eight Under, backed by Mike Bury, offers the same TrackMan technology, five simulator bays and private lessons. For competitive players it has leagues where you can play against your friends or join tournaments.
Scratch Golf Club
Scratch Golf Club is located in downtown Dallas. It comes with the convenience of online booking, a price tag of just a few hundred dollars and the added benefit of 3 different types of member accounts, which start from 149$ per month and come with 1-hour free session just to make sure everything is according to your liking.
Scratch Golf Club uses TrackMan 4 Golf Simulator, with over 40 data points available instantly after every swing to analyze data and refine your skills. Dual radar technology guarantees accuracy within 1 foot of error. 72-degree views and 164 unique golf courses make this process even more enjoyable and challenging. Bay booking can be done online, after which you can bring any number of guests, 24/7. You can bring your food and drinks, which can turn any golf session into a party. Scratch Golf Club also offers a locker, which you can rent for a small fee and leave any equipment for the next time.
Thanks to Click2Houston.com for the bonehead of the week report of a Jaguar driver who found his way onto a Top Golf driving range in Houston. He then, of course, became a target for the golfers. Sounds fun.
A man in a white Jaguar gave a new meaning to the term driving range last Saturday.
Houston police said they went out to Top Golf along the Katy Freeway and State Highway 6 after a man reportedly started driving his car over the course.
Viewer Josh Putt sent Local 2 pictures of the car. Putt said patrons apparently made the Jaguar a target, and began pelting it with golf balls.
Workers were eventually able to corral the car into a corner with a ball-collecting cart.
A security guard detained the driver and called police, but no one was arrested.
I wonder if the driver politely asked to play through?