East Syracuse Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

8 Driving Ranges Near East Syracuse
Central New York Golf Center
3 practice tees
310 E 1st St
East Syracuse, NY 13057-2927
(315) 463-1200
www.cnygolfacademy.com
T-Off Golf Driving Range
720 Hartwell Ave
East Syracuse, NY 13057-9336
(315) 431-4103
Cicero Golf Range
40 practice tees
8457 Brewerton Rd
Cicero, NY 13039-9405
(315) 699-3333
https://cicerogolfshop.wixsite.com/home
Finger Lakes Golf
1485 E Genesee Street Rd
Route 20 Skaneateles, NY 13152
(315) 685-0251
Four Seasons Golf & Ski
30 practice tees
8012 E Genesee St
Fayetteville, NY 13066-9619
(315) 637-9023
www.fourseasonsgolfandski.com
Jay Catalano Indoor/outdoor
3649 Erie Blvd E
Syracuse, NY 13214-2738
(315) 445-1410
Liverpool Golf Driving Range
32 practice tees
RR 57
Syracuse, NY 13204
(315) 457-9777
Surf City Family Fun Center
24 practice tees
7380 Thompson Rd
Syracuse, NY 13212-2535
(315) 214-8129
www.surfcityfamilyfuncenter.com

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Long Bunkers Over Sand A full bunker shot travels about one third the distance of a regular shot, so when you have to clear 30 yards of sand play your normal sand shot but with a longer club
Adjust Your Club Loft to Increase Power Getting more distance is usually just the process of making sure your shaft is leading into impact so practice hitting low chips, pitches and knock downs to get the correct feel for reaching impact with the correct club loft
Setup for High Pitch Shots Set up with your clubface open to one o'clock, play the ball forward, set your shaft neutral with the clubface, balance your weight evenly on your feet, and get the handle towards your left leg so you finish around on an arc.