|59 Chelsea Piers, New York, NY 10011, USA
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Yeah, its okay. The website does a great job of pricing and listing peak and off peak hours. I went for my first time during off peak hours and paid $25 for 125 worth of balls, more than enough for a single player. It does seem to get pretty busy so you might have to wait. After I purchased my card I took the elevator up to the fourth floor and picked the stall I was suggested by the staff. Of course, it was not working but they fixed it really quickly so no worries. 125 balls, I was sore in the morning. Oh, and I guess the view is nice. If youre into looking at boats and a river while you golf.
Before my lesson with William Larkin I was a mid 80s shooter not the best score I know. But I went and got a 30 minute lesson from him for the first 7-8 mins he was just laughing and talking about my grip on the club, the next 7-8 minutes he made me take swings then told me about his old job at a golf course he use to work at then told me he has a bad back...??? What the hell is he giving golf lessons for if he has a bad back since the lesson I cannot even hit a green he ruined my swing and it was the worst decision Ive ever made I highly advise you guys to never go there!
Paid for 2 hours of the Virtual Golf Simulator with a friend. It wouldnt register our swings. We didnt get to finish a single hole. They wouldnt refund our money because they have a "No Refund Policy". We spoke to the manager, FitzRoy, who was completely useless. Give these scammers your credit card at your own risk. Or better yet just get Tiger Woods on Wii and dont waste your time with these guys.
I loved this place even though I am not a golfer. The service people were very nice. Had to wait 40 minutes to try the driving range but the Pier had many other activities to see while we waited. They have a text message system to let you know 15 minutes beforehand for when your booth is ready. The big plus is the automatic ball feeder on the tee which makes it so much better.
This is pretty much your only option for quality golf lessons, a driving range and other golf-related activities in Manhattan. Given their monopoly, the prices are high, but not unfair. The staff is fairly pleasant and Ive found many of the golf coaches to be top notch and world class. The driving range out back is a great place to spend an hour perfecting your swing.
Absurdly expensive ($50 for something like 100 balls!), always a long (60-90 minutes) wait. Go to Randalls Island if you in any way can. Taking an Uber there would probably still be cheaper. Added the second star solely for the auto feed tees, which are nice, especially after youve stood around for over an hour waiting for a spot.
A Private User
This is a great place to go to unwind on the weekend. The balls pop out of the ground individually, already teed up - all you have to do is swing. Shooting towards the water is fun and provides a different view from a typical driving range. Ive recommended the place to many.
Want to work on your golf swing? Come to the Golf Club at Chelsea Piers. This is also a popular activity for bachelor parties. Good times bonding while working on your game. After about two hours it can get a little tiring so move on to some beers.
It was fist time playing golf. Had so much fun, no clue what I was doing but had a great time. And a great view watching over the Hudson while smacking the balls towards it. And its not your typical uptight golf club, no dress code, just fun.
To release stress from work, nothing better than hitting the driving range, you should go there on a weekday as early as possible to avoid the crowd. Go to the 4th floor its an iron only level, and there will be less people there
They should really get an online ticket reservation system. The wait tends to be around an hour or more. Not really efficient to go there to get a number only to sit and waste an hour or more of the day.
Rental clubs have holes and busted. When I asked for different one it was stated thats all they have. How do you charge for broken equipment. Hope top golf takes over or something better. Lame
This place is fun! It has the look and feel of a country club, that happens to be on the pier. There are so many options from a putting green to a golf simulator, lessons, and driving ranges.
The place is nice, but kind of expensive. Then again there are not many driving ranges in Manhattan. I got a groupon, so it was cheaper. My instructor Chance was helpful and friendly.
I took a class here. Great instructors. The driving range is multi-leveled. Lots of amazing challenges. Everything is digitally dispensed. Youd use a card and swipe for balls.
Theres something incredibly satisfying about hitting golf balls with the view of the Hudson in front of you. Great place to spend an afternoon. Club rentals are available.
What a great place. I have no idea how to golf but it is always fun to bring friends and family here. Super simple to get started and very clean and bright facility
Very good and relaxing place to go golf when you just want some peace and relaxation. Always come here with my pops and I can say it gets pretty competitive haha.
I played only once there but would do it again. The service was good because a guy who workes there was showing me how to hit since I am not a good hitter.
The golf range is short, only 250 yards distance so its tough to get accurate gauge of drives. Fairly expensive for a bucket of balls but a cool experience
Nice driving range with an impressive view on the Hudson River. With a bit luck you will encounter a big cruise boat making his way up north!
A Private User
It is a good place. chelsea piers By:Golf-12345
Great driving range in Manhattan! The equipment feels a bit old-ish but it gets the job done. Try going off-peak, its a lot cheaper.
Robert T. Dowling
The driving range is a great escape when your in the city. The Sports Complex provides many things to do and many beautiful views.
Awesome to be able to hit a few golf balls in Manhattan. Easy to get to and not too expensive. Def worth a trip to on a nice day.
Very cool place to hit balls "into the Hudson River". Automatic tee up is a nice touch. Check it out for sunset. Just gorgeous.
Plenty of stalls on the multi-level floors. More expensive than queens/LI. Try to hit balls during the off peak times.