Harrison Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

11 Driving Ranges Near Harrison
Green Acres Golf Range & Mini Golf
40 practice tees
10465 Suspension Bridge Rd
Harrison, OH 45030-8000
(513) 353-4770
www.greenacrescanoe.com
Etter's Custom Golf Center
46 practice tees
9941 Reading Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45241-3105
(513) 563-8661
www.ettersgolf.com
Fort Wright Golf Driving Range
38 practice tees
3319 Madison Pike
Covington, KY 41017-8153
(859) 331-0630
www.facebook.com/FtWrightGolfRange
Golf Ranch
37 practice tees
5390 Limaburg Rd
Burlington, KY 41005-9395
(859) 282-1110
www.golfranchky.com
Green Tee Driving Range
38 practice tees
51 East Main Street
Addyston, OH 45001
(513) 941-4603
Joe Nuxhall's Golf Center
74 practice tees
101 Joe Nuxhall Way
Hamilton, OH 45014-1001
(513) 868-5987
Miami Lakes Golf & Sports
55 practice tees
8073 Ferlong Drive
Miami Town, OH 45041
(513) 353-4653
Miles of Golf
60 practice tees
6400 Dixie Hwy
Fairfield, OH 45014-5422
(513) 870-9057
www.milesofgolf.com
Mill's Road Driving Range
3356 Mills Rd
Latonia, KY 41015-2479
(859) 363-8888
Tee to Green
70 practice tees
7880 Harrison Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45247-2470
(513) 353-9950
Town & Country Driving Range
20 practice tees
1020 Town Dr
Newport, KY 41076-9753
(859) 572-9100

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