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Where do you practice in Phoenix

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As a working man on the day shift, I like to frequent nighttime ranges a few times a week, even if just to work on my short game (maybe that's why it's the strongest part of my game). I've found two excellent places in the Phoenix Area that have lighted ranges - Dobson Ranch and Western Skies Golf in Gilbert. Both have sweet monthly deals, too. There's one on Scottsdale Road, but it's a kiddie park with mats only. Not for me. Anyone else go here, or know of other places?


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I live in the Glendale area, so I hit Adobe Damn ... about the only god thing I can say is you are not hitting off of matts ... the balls are bad ... but at least you get a little idea of ball flight etc ...


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