Honeoye Falls Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

10 Driving Ranges Near Honeoye Falls
Dyer Straights Driving Range
50 practice tees
1012 Route 15A
Honeoye Falls, NY 14472
(585) 624-5360
www.facebook.com/Dyer-Straights-Driving-Range-1429095837331929/
Auburn Creek Golf Park
60 practice tees
7331 Victor Mendon Rd
Victor, NY 14564-9777
(585) 924-7570
www.auburncreekgolf.com
Big Oak Driving Range & Golf Shop
40 practice tees
441 N Washington St
East Rochester, NY 14445-2137
(585) 586-0614
www.bigoak.com
Champions Golf Center & Practice Facility
65 practice tees
180 State Route 31
Macedon, NY 14502-8871
(585) 789-0888
www.championsgolfcenter-sog.com
Doug Miller Sports Dome
20 practice tees
4618 W Ridge Rd
Spencerport, NY 14559-1553
(585) 352-5300
www.dmfsp.com
Home Team Sports Park
15 practice tees
420 Ballantyne Rd
Rochester, NY 14623-1912
(585) 889-2000
https://hometeamsportspark.com/
Spinning Wheel Sports Complex
115 practice tees
1286 Blossom Dr Ste 3
Victor, NY 14564-1402
(800) 222-1398
The Golf Tee
75 practice tees
1039 Ridge Rd
Webster, NY 14580-2907
(585) 872-1390
Woodlands Golf Center
45 practice tees
5500 Ridge Rd W
Spencerport, NY 14559-1023
(585) 352-9339
Yellow Barn Driving Range
10 practice tees
877 State Route 364
Middlesex, NY 14507-9779
(585) 554-6066

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