Five Iron Golf plans to open Boston location

Five Iron Golf, a nationwide indoor golf and entertainment company operating in 10 major U.S. cities and over 20 locations, will open a Boston location this fall.

BOSTON, Mass. – Five Iron Golf has announced a new partnership as the brand gets ready to open their first location in the Bay State this fall. The nation’s leading indoor golf simulator and entertainment brand has partnered with Mass Golf, allowing members to keep their game warm all winter, and the good times rolling all year long. Members will receive a complimentary one-month trial membership offer and other exclusive discounts on services and experiences. With this partnership, Five Iron Golf also becomes a proud Supporter of the Mass Golf Youth Fund, which supports Mass Golf’s First Tee and Youth on Course programs.

“We are thrilled to welcome one of golf’s most talked about brands, Five Iron Golf, to Massachusetts,” said Jesse Menachem, Mass Golf’s Executive Director/CEO. “This new partnership aligns with many of our strategic priorities and is a natural fit given our mission, vision, and culture as an organization.”

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Five Iron Golf Co-founders (from left to right): Mike Doyle, Nora Dunnan, Jared Solomon.

The Five Iron Boston location is set to open this fall in the Downtown Crossing neighborhood. Featuring 15 TrackMan simulators, the new location is over 14,000 square feet and will have two bars, PuttView technology, and custom club-fitting with The Fitting Lab. Having re-shaped urban golf culture, Five Iron delivers a re-imagined, high-tech, inclusive urban golf experience for golfers and non-golfers alike. With state-of-the-art facilities and industry-leading technology, each simulator bay will enable guests to play a round like the pros with actionable data, instant video analysis, and virtual access to the world’s greatest courses. Golf is not the only element that Five Iron Golf tees up. The Boston location also will boast a carefully curated food menu, two full-service bars, numerous widescreen TVs, shuffleboard, and the classic arcade game, Golden Tee.

“With our anticipation and excitement to open Five Iron Golf Boston, there is no better fit than for us to partner with an established golf association as strong as Mass Golf,” said Mike Doyle, Five Iron’s Director of Golf and Co-Founder. “We look forward to the energy and enthusiasm of the metro Boston community of golfers in our simulators practicing, taking lessons, at our bar, hosting events and taking the 5i brand out to the course.

Five Iron Golf in Baltimore, Maryland

The new partnership will offer exclusive discounts and access to Mass Golf members throughout the year, including discounts on golf lessons and in their popular indoor golf leagues, where participants compete in seven-week seasons featuring various play formats and courses with weekly and grand prizes like a stay-and-play golf trip to renowned courses like Casa de Campo. The facility will also be recognized as an official Mass Golf Members Now Club, providing individuals with the opportunity to join Mass Golf and house their Handicap Index© through Five Iron Golf Boston.

Five Iron Golf is an urban indoor golf experience that combines golf, technology, and entertainment to inspire community and make golf enjoyable for every level of player. From early morning to late night, each location features industry-leading golf simulators available for rentals by the half hour, golf instructors available for private or group lessons, a full bar, food menu, and event space.

Membership options are available but not required to reserve a simulator, play in Five Iron’s golf leagues, host an event, or book a lesson. Five Iron Golf originated in New York City in 2017 and has expanded to Chicago, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., and Seattle with new locations coming to Detroit, Cincinnati and Boston by the end of 2022.

Dave is a longtime golf writer, who was the managing editor at a regional monthly golf magazine for 11 years before becoming editor and feature writer at eSouthernGOLF six years ago. He also contributes stories to Golf Coast Magazine, GolfTrips, GoGolfandTravel, Traveling Golfer Canada, Ohio Golf Journal and the IAGTO. Additionally, he’s a staff writer for Georgia Golf Trail. Dave’s insight and unique perspective allows him to create interesting articles. He can be reached at

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