CitySwing, a golf facility designed for people of all skill levels, plans to open at Reston Town Center in the first quarter of next year.
The facility at 11897 Market Street will be the company’s second, joining a site in D.C.
Founder Tari Cash tells FFXnow that the company is excited to bring its unique golfing experience to the town center.
“Expanding our audience beyond DC allows us to include the corporate workforce, retail shoppers, conference-goers, and the fantastic golf community in Northern VA,” Cash said. “Our location, which opens onto the Pavilion, will give us the opportunity to be in the center of the vibrant RTC community.”
Cash founded the business in 2018 in order to address the lack of inclusion in the golf industry.
Here’s more from Cash:
My vision quickly expanded to build a company that addressed the lack of inclusion in the golf industry, when I learned that 4 black women had the police called on them for “playing too slow.” The personal growth and professional opportunities attributed to playing golf makes it much bigger than “just a game or activity”. It can be a pathway forward to change the trajectory of someone’s future. My intention for CitySwing is to create a safe space for people from disparate backgrounds to find common ground, and right now I believe we need this more than ever.
Patrons can rent simulators, with 30 minutes costing $45 and one hour costing $80 on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. After 5 p.m. on weekdays and on the weekend, prices rise to $60 for a half hour and $110 for one hour. Each studio accommodates up to six people.
Photo via CitySwing
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