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Indoor urban golf experience Five Iron Golf will open a location on Manhattan's Upper East Side

Five Iron Golf Scores Upper East Side Location 

Five Iron Golf, an indoor urban golf experience, has signed a lease at 1681 Third Ave. on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Encompassing approximately 11,000 square feet in the lower level of The Kent, a newly constructed luxury residential tower, Five Iron Golf UES joins three existing Manhattan locations in Flatiron, Financial District, and Herald Square, along with a site under development in Long Island City. 

“We were drawn to the Upper East Side because we closely identify with the sense of community so strongly represented there,” said Five Iron Golf’s co-founder and CEO, Jared Solomon. “Many Five Iron members and frequenters call the Upper East Side home, and we look forward to continuing our mission of making golf accessible and delivering dynamic, entertaining, and inclusive experiences in another vibrant New York City neighborhood.”   

Five Iron Golf UES is projected to open late 2022. 

Pictured: Five Iron Golf in Seattle.


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