In the real estate trend of developing every inch of the neighborhood, when we heard a golf course could be coming to the neighborhood, we were like, “where?”
Well, according to Universal Hub, the Zoning Board of Appeals approved a proposal for a “golf course” featuring 18 holes of simulated golf complete with a real life “19th Hole” lounge.
The brainchild behind this ingenious idea is Southie’s own Danny Picard. His plan is to transform the vacant 5,000-square-foot basement in the CVS building on West Broadway into six large separate rooms to where golfers can swing real clubs and balls at a computerized screen that will track their rounds. Each round is estimated to cost about $65.
In other Southie golf news, luxury indoor mini golf is coming to the Seaport.
Also great news for the newly launched South Boston Golf Club.
Get those clubs ready!