Immerse yourself in golf, food, fun, and more at CitySwing DC, the popular golf hub’s newest location. The inclusive atmosphere is for all, ranging from beginners who’ve never picked up a club to the most experienced golfers. Officially opened on July 7, CitySwing is the place to go to play golf within the city, enjoy entertainment, and support the company’s mission to make golf accessible to underserved communities.
The 2,400-square-foot DC location is CitySwing’s first permanent brick and mortar space, boasting high-end golf simulators, smooth putting greens, and soundproof suites. The offerings allow guests to personalize their experience. Practice your short game on the greens or opt to use Trackman’s golf-simulator technology to enjoy the sport in its entirety.
The space is decorated beautifully while honoring iconic players of the game who have paved the way for inclusion in the sport. Gorgeous murals depicting two of the greatest Black golfers, Renee Powell and Charlie Sifford, span the new location.
Golf is only one of the many offerings at CitySwing’s innovative space. Guests can enjoy cocktails and tasty bites while relaxing in the lounge. The menu features a variety of healthy and trendy dishes.
For exclusive access, reserve CitySwing’s 35-foot golf truck for a private event. Play golf on two top-tier Trackman simulators with friends and family, or enjoy the additional games and experiences that come with the state-of-the-art trailer. Experience all that the golf range has to offer while being in the setting of your choice.
CitySwing is changing the game, advocating for women, especially Black women, who are severely underrepresented in golf-playing worldwide. Founder Tari Cash aims to make golf accessible to these groups.
Cash “understands that if 90% of Fortune 500 CEOs and board members play golf, then 90% of us need to play the game too - including women, who make up less than 23% of golfers and specifically Black women who make up less than 1%,” according to the company’s press release.
The CitySwing Foundation makes it possible for the growing golf hub to be inclusive and accessible. The nonprofit has a “special focus on underrepresented and unserved communities in the greater Washington, D.C. area,” according to the company’s press release. The foundation allows individuals — who might otherwise be unable to access golf courses— to enjoy free access to the beloved pastime.
Photography by: Bonnie-Love Douglas