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Indoor Golf: 5 Places to Play Around the Bay Area

By Ben Tyler

There are times where getting outside to play golf just isn't viable. Below are four options for indoor golf near the city and a few comments about each facility. Please note, we have not been to all of these facilities, but are doing our analysis based on the facilities online presence.


1) Eagle Club Indoor Golf 

Whether you are looking to just hit some balls or play a round, Eagle Club has you covered.  A full service center, they offer lessons, club fitting, a golf shop, club repair as well as physical therapy. They have flexible membership options as well as rates starting at $15 for range balls. With top of the line launch monitors and services, Eagle Club Indoor Golf is the complete package for indoor golf in the Bay Area.

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The GOLFTEC San Jose location is a top of the line facility for lessons and club fitting. They offer flexible rates on lessons and have a comprehensive portfolio of brands for club fitting with some of the best coaches in golf.  Swing evaluations and fittings are $100 per hour and there are packages and game plans to help fit the need of every golfer. With some of the best technology and comprehensive approaches GOLFTEC is a go to for instruction.


3) NorCal Golf Academy

NorCal Golf Academy in Walnut Creek is a great stop for simulator golf as well as lessons and fittings. With 57 courses to choose from including Bethpage Black and Kiawah Island-Ocean Course and flexible rates of $50 per 45 minutes in a bay they are an excellent indoor golf option in the area. They also offer tournaments and summer leagues that you can compete in throughout the year. 


4) Pruneridge Golf Club

Pruneridge focuses on using advanced technology to make players learn visually from their own swings. With 4 PGA Professionals including master Joe Supler you can get much better very quickly at this facility. You can also slide the garage door open to hit outside onto the range. 

If you are itching to get out to golf as much as we are, I thought the above indoor golf resources would be helpful to you. If you're looking for Bay Area golf tournaments, the City Tour runs amateur tournaments throughout the season. 

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