IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS AT OUR 15-ACRE GOLF LEARNING CENTER
Our facility includes:
All Grass tee area
Full length driving range with target greens
Chipping green and Sand bunkers
10,000 square foot putting green
Separate 60-yard teaching area
|Driving Range Fees|
|Large (105-110 balls)||Medium (70-75 balls)||Small (30-35 balls)|
Hours of Operation
Practice facilities are open during golf course hours, driving range closes 1 hour before sunset every day.
Last ball sold will be 1.5 hours before sunset.
Call the golf shop each day to check times as they can change weekly.
NOTE: Driving range closed for maintenance every Tuesday at 2:00pm (3:00pm during daylight savings)
Re-opens at 10:00am on Wednesday’s
No walking on the range to pick up range balls.
All SJO range balls and baskets must stay on property.
Please hit in designated areas only.
Cell Phones And Chatter
The use of cell phones constitutes an annoyance in many different places — the driving range is no exception. While the range does not call for the same level of silence and stillness as the golf course itself where everyone in a given group remains as quiet as possible as a player is preparing to hit a shot or putt, excessive chatter does violate an unspoken rule of the driving range. If the use of a cell phone becomes necessary, the most considerate approach is to take the call out of earshot of those practicing on the range.
Hit in Designated areas only
The established boundaries on the driving range which separate the hitting area from must be respected, not only for safety, but in adherence to etiquette. Hitting out of established areas of the driving range can lead to another guest being injured by a errant shot. All guests must be especially mindful of all other players on the driving range during their visit. The AP Section is designated for Annual Pass Members only, please do not hit in this area unless you are AP Member.
Leaving it for Next Person
We understand that in order to hit a solid shot, a divot must be taken and taking divots is not a problem — golfers are expected to do so. However, problems arise when you hit shots from a widely scattered area of the stall you occupy. The preferred approach is to keep your divots in a confined area so as to maintain a decent patch of grass for the next player to come along. This approach will help maintain our all grass driving range for everyone to enjoy