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Driving ranges offer both professional and amateur golfers a chance to practice their swing without actually having to play an entire game. Driving ranges are usually set on an extensive piece of land, equipped with several tees, distance markers, and nets. They can either be attached to a larger golf course, or can be set up independently. Depending on the part of the country that you are in, you may even be able to find some indoor ranges that can be used for training during the winter season. In warmer climates, outdoor courses are much more common. For those who are just trying out the sport, ranges offer equipment rentals. Patrons of the sport can get balls that are typically made of a cheaper material, practice clubs, and even golfing apparel. Rates on equipment rentals will vary from location to location, but are usually cheaper at public golf courses over private ones. Many golf ranges and golf courses employ private trainers that offer instruction on your swing, tips on reducing the number of strokes before sinking the ball in the hole, and, for new players, how to practice hitting the ball long distances. For individuals who are not satisfied just sitting on the lawn hitting the ball, they can hire a golf cart and play an entire game. Some may even hire a private catty before they tee off to truck their bags across the fairway. No matter what course or driving range you visit, just have fun out on the green!
 
 
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Golf Range & PRO Shop
543 Carver Falls Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28311
Golf practice range with pro shop. Variety of new equipment, custom built equipment, and club repair are available.
(910) 488-4481
The Pointe Golf Club
308 Pointe Golf Club Drive, Powells Point, NC 27966
The Pointe Golf Club’s A-1 bentgrass greens are second to none, and the plush fairways ensure perfect lies. The Pointe Golf Club has the area’s finest practice facility including a full driving range
(252) 491-8388
Crows Nest At Arrowood The
2081 Charlotte Hwy, Lancaster, SC 29720
(803) 283-4653
Marsh Farm Driving Range
1725 Nc Highway 62 W, High Point, NC 27263
(336) 861-4824
Wingate Driving Range
1001 Ansonville Rd, Wingate, NC 28174
(704) 233-5990
Southwick Golf Course
3136 Southwick Dr, Graham, NC 27253
(336) 227-2582
Junaluska Driving Range
663 Crabtree Rd, Waynesville, NC 28785
(828) 454-0660
Capital Golf Center
9820 Capital Blvd, Wake Forest, NC 27587
(919) 570-6500
The Golf Village
502 N Polk St, Pineville, NC 28134
(704) 889-5086
Tee Time Golf Center
3119 S New Hope Rd, Gastonia, NC 28056
(704) 824-7031
Buck Creek Campground and Golf Driving Range
2576 Toms Creek Rd, Marion, NC 28752
(828) 724-4888
Golf Academy
4750 Auburn Knightdale Rd, Raleigh, NC 27610
(919) 661-7100
Falls Golf Complex PRO Shop
8515 Falls of Neuse Rd, Raleigh, NC 27615
(919) 870-1984
Twin Oaks Golf Club
320 Twin Oaks Rd, Statesville, NC 28625
(704) 872-3979
Orchard Hills Golf Club Inc
2515 Connelly Springs Rd, Granite Falls, NC 28630
(828) 728-3560


Golf driving ranges are practice facilities where golfers line up side by side to tee off onto a large open field. The landing area typically involves targets and yardage markers. Golf driving ranges sell buckets of balls in a variety of sizes, and may also offer putting greens for chipping and bunker practice. Many golf courses feature driving ranges on the premises, while other driving ranges are stand-alone facilities. People enjoy hitting balls at a golf driving range, either to improve their game or as a fun sport pastime. There are many types of golf clubs, including putters, pitching wedges, sand wedges, drivers, woods, and nine irons, as well as many different brands out there. At a golf driving range, whether at a public or private golf course, you can improve your swing and stroke by taking some practice swings, or you can take lessons and courses from the resident golf pro. Some golf driving range centers also feature miniature golf, ice cream and batting cages for a fun day or night out. Whether you're a pro or an amateur, you can benefit from driving ranges, either as part of an 18-hole golf resort or a stand-alone practice facility. You can find golf driving ranges by looking in your local phone book or by searching online directory listings. Ask family and friends which driving ranges they like to frequent to improve their game or just have fun. Golf is a sport that needs practice, and what better way to learn and practice than at a driving range? Go online and check out a few different ranges in your area to take virtual tours, print out a scorecard, read reviews, learn about sponsorship information, and view photos.
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