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CitiGolf Belfast

Forsyth House, Cromac Street, Belfast, Co Antrim, BT1 4NB
CitiGolf Belfast


The ground breaking golf simulators at Citigolf, designed in conjunction with leading European tour professionals, provide a unique facility for socialising, corporate entertainment, Stag & Hens parties, practice, competitive golf and teaching – but most of all, for having fun.The Café & Lounge caters to individuals or groups and is open to the general public and all members.Citigolf can tailor corporate entertainment and group packages to ensure there is an exciting mix of fun competitions catering for all abilities, through to a tournament on one of the championship golf courses! Unlike other Simulators, their dual technology tracking system provides unique feedback of your swing and club head data from its unique electronic floor sensors which show how the club contacts the ball after every shot.

Golf lessons will never be the same again! The electronic floor sensors combined with the ball ‘in flight’ tracking sensors which are located in the walls and ceiling provide you with the most accurate and realistic ball flight.With all the equipment you need on site and no formal dress code or handicap restrictions, Citigolf are convinced you won’t find a more enjoyable and unusual day in the heart of Belfast. And with food and drink available during or after your game, plus an LCD screen in their air-conditioned Eaterie area to watch all the latest sporting action, you really won’t want for anything when you visit CitiGolf.

Licensed & type: Fully Licensed

Closing: 10pm

Last Admittance: 8pm

Opening: 10am

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