Hershey Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

7 Driving Ranges Near Hershey
Adventure Sports in Hershey
36 practice tees
2976 Elizabethtown Rd
Hershey, PA 17033-9322
(717) 533-7479
www.adventurehershey.com

3.0 miles from the center of Hershey.

Bumble Bee Hollow Golf Center East
60 practice tees
4201 Linglestown Rd
Harrisburg, PA 17112-1026
(717) 540-7177
www.bumblebeehollow.com

10.5 miles from the center of Hershey.

Arbor Gate Driving Range & Pro Shop
33 practice tees
1000 E Kercher Ave
Myerstown, PA 17067-2132
(717) 866-9700
www.benspowergolf.com

17.3 miles from the center of Hershey.

High Sports Familly Fun Center
8 practice tees
727 Furnace Hills Pike
Lititz, PA 17543-9501
(717) 626-8318
www.highsports.com

19.1 miles from the center of Hershey.

Bumble Bee Hollow West Golf Center
55 practice tees
2104 Old Hollow Rd
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-
(717) 766-1925
www.bumblebeehollow.com

19.3 miles from the center of Hershey.

Leisure Lanes Bowling & Golf Center
30 practice tees
3440 Columbia Ave
Lancaster, PA 17603-4019
(717) 392-2121
www.leisurelanespa.com

20.9 miles from the center of Hershey.

Bumble Bee Hollow Golf Center
55 practice tees
4900 State Route 209
Elizabethville, PA 17023-8456
(717) 362-4653

21.2 miles from the center of Hershey.


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Golf Grip Tip for Junior Golfers Most kids start holding the club with a baseball grip, which does not allow for control at the top of the backswing; try this hot dog in a bun routine for getting a good grip
Ben Hogan Golf Swing Drill Making mini swings with your elbows glued to your body will give you the correct sensation of the large torso muscles swinging the club, not the arms
Golf Drill to Improve Coordination Swing two clubs parallel to each other back and forth trying to keep the clubs from clanging together, this works your timing as well as coordinates your body with your arms