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driv′ing range`

a tract of land for practicing long golf shots, esp. drives, with rentable clubs and balls.
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Noun1.driving range - a practice range for practicing golf shotsdriving range - a practice range for practicing golf shots
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
practice range - a place for practicing golf shots
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The Eugene-Springfield area has nine outdoor driving ranges, most of which offer some cover, but no indoor ones.
The accreditation is awarded to driving ranges who are at the forefront of developing the game and gain access to benefits such as coaching grants.
WE have teamed up with the Scottish Golf Union and Scottish Ladies' Golfing Association to give every reader a FREE bucket of balls at driving ranges across Scotland.
A West Midland leisure complex boasting one of the largest all-weather golf driving ranges in Europe has left a trail of debts of about pounds 2.
Queslett Park boasts one of the largest two-tiered floodlit allweather driving ranges in Europe, a nine-hole course and the Alison Nicholas Golf Academy, which caters for individual and corporate groups.
Competition for Mulligans will come from other driving ranges in the area, such as Arnold Palmer Driving Range in Little Rock.
An EGU spokesman said: "The EGU/EWGA recognise the important role that driving ranges play in introducing adults and juniors to the game of golf and providing a variety of coaching and practice opportunities for all standards of golfers.
Fred Sperber said there are other driving ranges in the area he could use instead, but noted that the Sinaloa range is one of the least expensive in the area.
That puts it on a par with driving ranges at famous courses such as The Belfry in Warwickshire and Celtic Manor in Wales.
Expertise in running hotels, restaurants, driving ranges, bookstores, and copy centers is really too much to ask of a single individual; couple that with the finesse necessary to master university politics and you have a challenge that demands the experience of a super-CEO.
A tide of young Tiger Woods wannabes headed for the golf driving ranges where ball after ball could be smashed into the distance without the worries of obtaining or paying for club membership or not looking good in front of other players.
As the world looks to Augusta, Georgia and the Masters Golf Tournament this weekend, USA Technologies (OTC Bulletin Board:USAT) has found a way to put its technology at the convenience of millions of Americans heading to golf driving ranges.