Virtual and Indoor Golf in Arizona

Putting greens, video playback, launch monitors and indoor lessons are just some of what makes up part of the exciting world of virtual/ indoor golf.  It does not matter what your skill level is. Whether you are a beginner or play at a more professional level, you can either go for serious play/lessons or just play for fun. All this, sheltered from the outside elements and eliminating the slow pace and cost of outdoor golf. 

Arizona has some very good indoor options on offer for golf instruction as well as leisure play and practice. The following are some of the popular places that are mentioned on the internet.

Virtual and Indoor Golf in Arizona

1. Ndoor Golf Sports Bar – closed

A customer friendly spacious venue, Ndoor boasts 6 golfing stalls with over 100 golf courses to choose from. Drinks and a full menu are available as well.

Club and glove rentals available which is a plus for the novice. If you would like to improve your game, there are instructors available who offer one on one or group lessons. It’s recommended that you book online to avoid disappointment. Club fitting is also available.

You can also rent the facility for fully catered functions.

Hours:Monday League night 7:00 PM – 10:00 PMTuesday-Thursday 1:00 PM – 10:00 PMFriday-Saturday 1:00PM – 11:00PMSunday 11:00 Am – 7:00 PM

Contact:480 948 34647000 E Mayo Boulevard, Ste 1114Phoenix, AZ

2. Underpar Indoor Golf

Practice your swing at leisure or play 18 holes in an hour or less, on the course of your choice.  Choose from 21 world-renowned courses. 6 large golf bays are available and are equipped with the latest state of the art simulators.

You can either visit them as a walk-in or look at the various membership options on offer.

Repair and servicing of clubs is also on offer.

Hours:Monday – Sunday 9:00AM – 12:00AM

Contact:480 508 53971245 W Elliot Road, Ste 111Tempe, AZ

3. Top Golf

This semi indoor facility boasts over 100 climate controlled hitting stalls. Food and drinks are available and private areas can be booked for functions. There is also free wifi and over 200 HDTVs.

This venue is perfect for spending time with friends or taking time out to improve your swing.

Hours:Monday – Thursday, Sunday 9:00 AM – 12:00 AMFriday – Saturday 9:00AM – 2:00AM

Contact:480 240 24029500 Talking Stick WayScottsdale, AZ

4. Crowne Plaza Chandler San Marcos Golf Resort

Golf at any time of the day or year is now attainable thanks to the excellent state of the art simulator at this Golf resort. You can play 18 holes on world-class courses and choose from a variety of game modes.

This is an air-conditioned venue where you can also enjoy a refreshing beer or a full course meal.

Hours:Monday-Sunday 7:00AM – 11:00PM

Contact:480 812 09001N San Marcos PlaceChandler, AZ

5. Golftec

Golftec has training Centres across the country and are well known for their professional service. Through their high-quality golf instruction as well as club fittings you are bound to improve your game.

You can also access your info wherever you are, through Golftec’s online Player performance Centre.

Hours:Monday-Friday 9:00AM – 7:00PMSaturday – Sunday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Contact:520 887 46533122 N. Campbell AvenueTuscon, AZ

6. Scottsdale Golf Place

This friendly, yet professional 4100 square foot training and practice center is sure to make the indoor golf experience just that more pleasant.  There are knowledgeable instructors on hand with individual or group lessons on offer, using the latest software.

They also have a league and offer clinics to the youth. Club fittings are also available to customize your kit.

Drinks and snacks are available as well.

Hours:Monday – Saturday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PMSunday 9:00 Am – 6:00 PM

Contact:480 948 34648480 E Butherus Drive, Suite 102Scottsdale, AZ 85260-1848

Wrap up

On a hot Arizona day, why not pop in at one of these indoor/virtual venues. This is an experience for young and old, the professional and the not so serious golfer. Playing golf in a climate controlled venue at a fraction of the price and time is more than enough motivation to visit the above facilities. Please let us know if we have missed any indoor or virtual golf places in Arizona, and be sure to let us (and our readers) know what your experience was like at these facilities.  

Author: Abraham

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