Downtown San Francisco’s Only Place to Practice on the Driving Range or Play 18 Holes
Ages 21 and over only – We serve beer!

Eagle Club Indoor Golf is the most convenient place to practice your golf game in downtown SF.
We pride ourselves in making it easy for you to practice, play, and improve with state of the art launch monitors, a welcoming staff, golf lessons, and free club rentals.

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review1-compressor Great place to go (often during my lunchbreak) just when you need to hit a few balls. Totally unique and interactive experience. Also allows you to get in a round of 9 holes pretty quickly.

Would definitely recommend coming since most other driving ranges are farther out of the city. This is truly the way SF golf was meant to be played

post2 I come here 3-5 times a week. The staff is awesome. The simulators are great. If you’re a casual golfer or serious, it’s the place to go.

I would also recommend lessons from Rob; he’s turned me into a great golfer. And he’s cool as shit.

post2 Held a corporate event here last week and it could not have been easier (or more affordable)! We were looking for something fun to do with a group of out-of-town team members and this turned out to be a great choice! We had about 30 people and we were able to rent out the entire space. Peter was great and very responsive to all my requests. Eagle Club provided an open bar (beer and wine) for $20/person and we could bring in our own food (I ordered pizzas per Peter’s suggestion). The payment was all online and very professional. As the organizer, I didn’t even need to attend the event since everything was taken care of ahead of time.

post2 Love golf. I typically play outside on a real course. That being said, every once in a while some of us will come here for either the range or to get a quick round in.  The cool part about Eagle Club is that you can get a round in in about and hour and 30 min. Now its not as accurate as a really course is, but its still a fun time. Take a longer lunch and play 18. They serve beer and wine, so you can enjoy a few drinks with your group. They have plenty of clubs there, so don’t worry about bringing your own. You can use theirs with no extra charge. I recently went with my team for a work outing. Good bonding experience. You can golf without having to split people apart. Have a blast every time I come here.

“ Golf is a puzzle without an answer. I’ve played the game for 50 years and I still haven’t the slightest idea of how to play. ”

Gary Player
“ It took me seventeen years to get three thousand hits in baseball. It took one afternoon on the golf course. ”

Hank Aaron
“ The harder you practice, the luckier you get. ”

Jerry Barber
“Golf is a compromise between what your ego wants you to do, what experience tells you to do, and what your nerves let you do.”

Bruce Crampton
“I know I am getting better at golf because I am hitting fewer spectators. ”

Gerald Ford
“ To find a man’s true character, play golf with him. ”

P.G. Wodehouse
“The proper score for a businessman golfer is 90. If he is better than that he is neglecting his business. If he’s worse, he’s neglecting his golf. ”

St. Andrews Rotary Club Member
“ A bad day at golf is still better than a good day at work ”