Burton Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

Below is our comprehensive list of golf practice facilities, driving ranges, and putting greens in the Burton, Michigan area. We list them by proximity to Burton, including facilities in neighboring cities (within a 25-mile radius).

8 Driving Ranges Near Burton
Golfer's Express
4150 E Bristol Rd
Burton, MI 48519-1404
(810) 743-4404

1.5 miles from the center of Burton.

Inside Swing
135 practice tees
G 5053 East Court Street
Burton, MI 48509
(810) 742-4900

2.5 miles from the center of Burton.

Golf Plus
50 practice tees
2193 W Grand Blanc Rd
Grand Blanc, MI 48439-9340
(810) 655-8070

7.3 miles from the center of Burton.

The Grounds Driving Range & Pro Shop
32 practice tees
5140 Flushing Rd
Flushing, MI 48433-2522
(810) 820-4530
https://thegroundsgolf.wixsite.com/website

8.1 miles from the center of Burton.

The Grounds Driving Range & Pro Shop
42 practice tees
5140 Flushing Rd
Flushing, MI 48433-2667
(810) 820-4530
https://thegroundsgolf.wixsite.com/website

8.1 miles from the center of Burton.

Grip & Rip Driving Range
450 practice tees
9145 Corunna Rd
Swartz Creek, MI 48473
(810) 630-1564

10.7 miles from the center of Burton.

Leader Board Driving Range
50 practice tees
9145 Corunna Rd
Flint, MI 48532-5508
(810) 635-7000

11.6 miles from the center of Burton.

Lake Nepessing Golfland
25 practice tees
1125 Lake Nepessing Rd
Lapeer, MI 48446-2966
(810) 664-3514
https://lakenepessinggolfland.com/

13.6 miles from the center of Burton.


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