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Million £ golf academy for City of London

12.15am 3rd May 2005 - Course Development

Opening June 2005, City Golf & Health Clubs is an exclusive private members club located in the heart of the City of London next to the Bank of England. Situated at 40 Coleman Street, City Golf will be the finest indoor city golf club in Europe, using the world’s leading golfing technologies as well as US Pro Tour golf biomechanical training.
City Golf has London’s first dedicated bio mechanical/cardio vascular golf training gym, 6 Full Swing simulators, swing video training systems, P.G.A. professionals, fully equipped changing rooms, business and members club room, and a stunning bar.
Memberships are now available. 200 Founder Members will benefit from a waived joining fee and a reduced membership. City Golf has been designed for the complete beginner as well as experienced golfers hoping to dramatically improve their handicap. All teaching takes place inside the simulators so that beginners can have a discreet lesson without the fear of onlookers. All simulators benefit from instant video replay. One to one biomechanical golf training is standard for members. This combination produces a fast track teaching program.
City Golf is also a unique corporate entertainment venue, with a capacity for up to 200 people. The exclusive central city location makes it ideal for the corporate entertainment companies and in-house event managers
City Golf’s management has been involved with indoor golf for four years. The highest level of customer service and professionalism has always been paramount. City Golf is currently searching for suitable city sites in Manhattan, Canary Wharf, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.
City Golf & Health Clubs

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