Austin Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

7 Driving Ranges Near Austin
Hank Haney Golf Ranch
70 practice tees
10515 N Mo Pac Expy
Austin, TX 78759-5740
(512) 345-2013
www.hankhaneygolf.com
Topgolf Austin
102 practice tees
2700 Esperanza Xing
Austin, TX 78758-7875
(512) 222-5950
https://topgolf.com/us/austin/
Twin Creeks Driving Range
35 practice tees
662 E Fm 1626
Austin, TX 78748-2523
(512) 331-5900
www.twincreekscountryclub.com
Woodland Greens Golf Center
55 practice tees
11210 N FM 620 Rd
Austin, TX 78726-1103
(512) 219-7017
Golf Driving Range Round Rock
50 practice tees
3533 Greenlawn Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78664-7460
(512) 310-8911
www.drivingrangerr.com
Hard Drive Golf Practice
75 practice tees
2851 A W Grimes Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78664-7401
(512) 248-9191
www.harddrivegolf.com
Tee Time Driving Range
50 practice tees
14018 US Highway 290 E
Manor, TX 78653-4514
(512) 272-4653

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