Ford Heights Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

9 Driving Ranges Near Ford Heights
Clarke's Garden Center
100 practice tees
2061 E 14th St
Ford Heights, IL 60411-7707
(708) 758-8500
Adventure Trails Family Golf
32 practice tees
955 Main St
Crete, IL 60417-1924
(708) 672-6070
Country Club Hills Park District
80 practice tees
4200 175th Pl
Country Club Hills, IL 60478-4738
(708) 798-0061
Double Eagle Golf Practice Center
55 practice tees
8500 W 79th St
Justice, IL 60458-1492
(708) 458-9200
Indoor Swing & Putt
5 practice tees
747 E 92nd St
Chicago, IL 60619-7603
(773) 651-4653
www.swingnputt.com
Jackson Park Driving Range
34 practice tees
6300 Hayze Drive
Chicago, IL 60637
(312) 747-2762
Joe Louis Driving Range
35 practice tees
707 W 134th St
Riverdale, IL 60827-1114
(708) 841-1928
MVCC Foundation Golf DR
44 practice tees
110th & 86th Avenue
Palos Hills, IL 60465
(708) 974-2295
Paradise Golf Supply
15 practice tees
1500 N Main St
Crown Point, IN 46307-2332
(219) 313-6769
www.paradisegolfsupply.com

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