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Best driving ranges in Phoenix

By Oliver Mauk

If you are looking for a good place to practice or don’t know where to hit balls, the below information showcases some of the best driving ranges in the Phoenix area. If you are looking for a driving range that offers lessons, want to hit balls at night or are a golf snob who will only use grass ranges, the below information on the best driving ranges in Phoenix should be helpful for you.

1) Coronado Golf Course 

2829 N Miller Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85257 - $5-$11 Per Bucket

This lighted, affordable driving range is a great practice facility. It has long hours for you early birds and night owls and relatively cheap buckets.  They even offer "Happy Hour" between 4-8 PM with range specials as well as drink specials inside the clubhouse. 


2) Western Skies Golf Club

1245 E Warner Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296 - Price N/A

Work on your game day or night at this newly renovated practice facility! Expanded hitting surface, real targets with bunkers, practice green-side bunker and practice fairway bunker makes this practice facility as real as it gets. Starting at $49.95 per month, they offer a Performance Program which gets you unlimited practice balls, discounts on greens fees, merchandise, and more. 

3) Valley Golf Center

12247 W Indian School Rd, Avondale, AZ 85392  - $7-$18 Per Bucket

Valley Golf's 60-station, double-decker range uses the latest in golf ball delivery system technology to help you fully enjoy your golfing experience. The 10 synthetic turf target greens are designed to react just like a real green at a golf course making this one of the best driving ranges in Phoenix. The entire landing area is all synthetic turf, which gives the look and feel of a real golf course. Each tee station has been yardage lasered to each target green so you know how far each target green is from your hitting station. The first 8 tee boxes on the lower level were updated in 2013 with TrackTee technology which tracks the distance and ball speed of each ball you hit.

If the weather is preventing you from checking out one of the best driving ranges in the area, you may want to try some of the indoor golf facilities around Phoenix to keep your game in shape year round. Once you're ready to take your practice session to the course, you can visit some of the best public courses near Phoenix.

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