Katy Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

13 Driving Ranges Near Katy
Pin Oak Golf Complex
70 practice tees
5990 Stockdick Rd
Katy, TX 77449-
(281) 391-4003
5050 Acorn Golf
70 practice tees
5050 Acorn St
Houston, TX 77092-4251
(832) 831-5327
http://acorndrivingrange.com
Barlow's Golf
30 practice tees
9210 Highway 6 N
Houston, TX 77095-6201
(281) 345-7595
www.facebook.com/barlowsgolf
Bruner's Driving Range
65 practice tees
5000 W Tidwell Rd
Houston, TX 77091-4633
(713) 683-7888
Golfsmart
4 practice tees
847 Glenchester St
Houston, TX 77079-3450
(713) 463-7755
Houston Golf Practice Range
90 practice tees
13049 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77077-5501
(281) 531-7285
Marti Golf Center
55 practice tees
12782 Beechnut St
Houston, TX 77072-3819
(281) 568-5297
www.martigolfcenter.com
Pinewood Golf Center
1555 Hill Cris Rd
Stafford, TX 77477
(281) 261-8508
Rosenberg Golf Center
3201 B F Terry Blvd
Rosenberg, TX 77471-5641
(281) 344-0072
Stafford Golf Center Inc
10 practice tees
3635 S Main St
Stafford, TX 77477-5406
(281) 261-6081
Super Golf Range
55 practice tees
3703 Barker Cypress Rd
Houston, TX 77084-3930
(281) 579-0002
Tomball Golf
60 practice tees
16000 FM 2920 Rd
Tomball, TX 77377-6142
(281) 356-6627
www.facebook.com/Tomball-Golf-167117830643983/
Topgolf Houston Katy
102 practice tees
1030 Memorial Brook Blvd
Houston, TX 77084-7256
(281) 406-3176
https://topgolf.com/us/houston-west/

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