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Hows this for a Driving Range

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This place has it all. It's nice to be able to actually get some decent, quality practice in.
Anyone have any ranges like this in their area.



http://www.tejasgolf.com/
post #2 of 16

Re: Hows this for a Driving Range

http://www.capitalgolfclub.com.au/mgafeatures1.html

I know its a bit far but hey you asked. LOL Note - its a lot bigger than what what the pictures appear to depict.
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Re: Hows this for a Driving Range

Originally Posted by supercow View Post
http://www.capitalgolfclub.com.au/mgafeatures1.html

I know its a bit far but hey you asked. LOL Note - its a lot bigger than what what the pictures appear to depict.
Oh man, now thats nice...
post #4 of 16

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Larlev, Tejas Golf is awesome!, $12 to hit all the balls you want. I try and go when I come home from school a weekend. I love it!
post #5 of 16

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Orange County National in the Orlando area has the best practice area ive ever seen, its a complete circle range id say 600 yards across, with putting greens, Chipping areas (80+yards) and sand shot practice areas all around the range. Feels something like disneyworld (which is actually like 20 miles away)

Not hitting Pinacles here.....Cally Hx Hot mostly

http://www.ocngolf.com/layout9.asp?id=322&page=7732
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Re: Hows this for a Driving Range

Originally Posted by Trevor07Silvy View Post
Larlev, Tejas Golf is awesome!, $12 to hit all the balls you want. I try and go when I come home from school a weekend. I love it!
I'm trying this one next....not sure on rates though

http://www.harddrivegolf.com/MAIN.htm
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Originally Posted by larlev View Post
I'm trying this one next....not sure on rates though

http://www.harddrivegolf.com/MAIN.htm

I've been there many times aswell. I wanna say it's $10 for large bucket and $12 for a Jumbo bucket. I like Hard Drive too but you can't beat Tejas. I like that Hard Drive has a Golf Store though.
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Re: Hows this for a Driving Range

Originally Posted by Intgolf72 View Post
Orange County National in the Orlando area has the best practice area ive ever seen, its a complete circle range id say 600 yards across, with putting greens, Chipping areas (80+yards) and sand shot practice areas all around the range. Feels something like disneyworld (which is actually like 20 miles away)

Not hitting Pinacles here.....Cally Hx Hot mostly

http://www.ocngolf.com/layout9.asp?id=322&page=7732
That circular range is definetly different...looks really nice

Damn and I thought mine was nice....sheesh you guys have it made
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Re: Hows this for a Driving Range

Originally Posted by Trevor07Silvy View Post
I've been there many times aswell. I wanna say it's $10 for large bucket and $12 for a Jumbo bucket. I like Hard Drive too but you can't beat Tejas. I like that Hard Drive has a Golf Store though.

I agree the Pro-Shop looks nice on the website...I'll check it out tomm.
post #10 of 16

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What course to you play the most Larlev?
post #11 of 16
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Forest Creek....I like the fact that you don't play next to other fairways
post #12 of 16

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Really? I used to work there 2 years ago as apart of the Cart Staff. The course is really fun to play, but can be very challenging if you can't control the ball. I also like the fact that you don't play next to other fairways.
post #13 of 16

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The highest rated driving /practice range in america is at World Woods in Florida.They have a 2 acre putting green separate woods and irons and sand area's.
post #14 of 16

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ugh. My range sucks.
post #15 of 16

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The PGA village in Port St. Lucie is more expensive, but also offers an all day pass. All the balls are Titleists. The grass is well kept. Multple long and short game practice areas. And there are practice bunkers with all different types of sand.
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My range is terrible as well, all of the ranges in the San Francisco Bay Area (the Peninsula to be specific) - are all mats with rubber tees. I can't practice too much on these ranges, but at least I do have access to Stanford's practice holes at the 1st and 18th holes.

I try not to hit irons off the mats, so I would LOVE to be able to find a range that has grass and only grass. Any suggestions from fellow neighbors in the bay area?
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