Driving Ranges in Manitoba
Ever feel the need to work on your swing without the hassle of booking a full game. Many golfers wish to improve their skills and choose to do this on the driving range. The next question is where do you go to accomplish this while in Canada? Do you have to be a member in order to practice at a club? How costly is it to go to that exclusive club if you're not a member? Canada offers golfers vast choices when looking for a driving range to meet their needs. There are both member and non member clubs to choose from. Some clubs that do have exclusive members also allow the public to enjoy their facilities for a price.
The Kingswood Country Club is located in located in La Salle, Manitoba. The Kingswood Country Club offers a range of services to delight any golfer which includes a great driving range and practice facility. In their practice area they offer a 250 yard driving range. If that isn't enough to spark your interest you may want to consider that their driving range provides not just matted areas, but also full grass teeing. This offers you the full experience of working on your swing under the same conditions as playing on a course. There are also two large putting greens for the added benefit of working on that short game to so many struggle with.
Another great place to work on your golf technique is the Netley Creek Golf & Country Club located in Petersfield, Manitoba. This golf club is open to the public seven days a week between April to October and is geared towards both the beginner and advanced golfer. The Netley Creek Golf & Country Club has a great practice and driving area that can help any golfer to improve their swing. They're driving range is comprised of 20 station elevated grass driving ranges as well as the elevated chipping green, and a large putting green. The club is fully equipped to make each experience pleasurable for a reasonable fee.
The Larters at St. Andrews is located in St. Andrews, Manitoba and though normally a member's facility is also open to the public for a reasonable fee that varies on whether you're attending the club with or without a member. The club offers a great golf course as well as a complete practice facility to help even the most avid golfer gain a chance to improve their swing. When at the Larter at St. Andrews the cost of a small bucket is $5.00 and a large $8.00. The code also offers a driving range punch card for $150.00 which allows for 35 buckets to those who really have the desire to pound the range. This is a great place to get that "member" experience without being a member. It is prudent that you familiarize yourself with the dress code and rules before attending this facility.
So whether you are a member or not, these three mentioned locations offer every golfer a place to release those golfing needs in prime facilities.
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