Greenville Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

6 Driving Ranges Near Greenville
Shank Golf Academy & Driving Range
35 practice tees
11506 Anderson Rd
Powdersville Greenville, SC 29611-7503
(864) 621-7214
www.facebook.com/ShanksPowdersville/

6.2 miles from the center of Greenville.

Topgolf Greenville
72 practice tees
201 Cliffton Ct
Greenville, SC 29615-5768
(864) 315-3351
https://topgolf.com/us/greenville/

7.5 miles from the center of Greenville.

Haas Family Golf Center
90 practice tees
8000 Pelham Rd
Greenville, SC 29615-5742
(866) 774-0346
www.haasfamilygolf.com

9.0 miles from the center of Greenville.

Spring Park Golf Range
36 practice tees
115 S Main St
Travelers Rest, SC 29690-1811
(864) 608-5394
https://springparkgolfrange.simdif.com/index.html

8.5 miles from the center of Greenville.

Crims Golf Center
35 practice tees
923 Saint Mark Rd
Taylors, SC 29687-5425
(864) 877-6383
www.crimsgolfcenter.com

9.0 miles from the center of Greenville.

Seawell's Golf Center
3201 Highway 29 N
Belton, SC 29627-9786
(864) 225-3523

23.4 miles from the center of Greenville.


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