Midland Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

8 Driving Ranges Near Midland
Fig's Fun Factory
20 practice tees
251 Highway 24 27 W
Midland, NC 28107-7419
(704) 888-4386
Dave's Shag Bag Driving Range
50 practice tees
5321 W Highway 74
Monroe, NC 28110-8459
(704) 225-0072
Effortless Golf Center
100 practice tees
10401 Cadillac St
Pineville, NC 28134-8449
(704) 962-3838
http://theeffortlessgolfcenter.com
Golf Club
40 practice tees
2600 Armentrout Dr
Concord, NC 28025-5874
(704) 784-4653
Harkey's Driving Range
28 practice tees
28003 Nc 73 Hwy
Albemarle, NC 28001-7347
(704) 982-5669
Leatherman Golf Learning Center
84 practice tees
5845 S Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28217-2501
(704) 527-1123
www.leathermangolf.com
Westwood Driving Range
18 practice tees
5604 Beatties Ford Rd
Charlotte, NC 28216-2306
(704) 392-3029
www.facebook.com/pages/Westwood-Driving-Range/115499611812971
Wingate Driving Range
5 practice tees
1001 Ansonville Rd
Wingate, NC 28174-8268
(704) 233-5990
www.wingategolfrange.com

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