Indoor golf studio CitySwing has opened at Reston Town Center

CitySwing at Reston Town Center (staff photo by James Jarvis)

Reston golfers can now hone their swing in a temperature-controlled, indoor environment.

CitySwing opened an indoor golf studio in Reston Town Center on Wednesday (May 8), filling a space at 11897 Market Street that Williams-Sonoma vacated more than five years ago. During its soft launch, the studio is operating from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.

Patrons can now reserve times online for lessons and simulator rentals, though walk-ins are also welcome. Food and drinks are expected to become available “in the next few weeks,” CitySwing told FFXnow.

An online menu suggests the facility will serve chicken wings, sandwiches, sliders, salads and various appetizers, including chicken nachos, flatbreads and rosemary fries. The drink list includes wine, beer, cocktails and seltzers.

The Reston location represents CitySwing’s first expansion since it launched a D.C. studio in 2018. Founder Tari Cash previously told FFXnow that she started the company to create a more inclusive space for golf after hearing about an incident where someone called the police on four Black women for “playing too slow.”

She said CitySwing was excited to expand its audience and “be in the center of the vibrant RTC community” with its new location, which has a direct entrance from the town center’s pavilion.

To celebrate its opening, CitySwing is offering a 20% discount on memberships for its Reston studio and all-access memberships, which give patrons access to both locations. The promotion will be in place until June 15, according to the company’s website.

Memberships start at $120 per month and come with lessons and simulator time. Simulator rentals start at $45 for a 30-minute session, while a 30-minute lesson with one of the studio’s instructors costs $75.

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