Minneapolis Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

9 Driving Ranges Near Minneapolis
B & V Golf Range
50 practice tees
4155 County Road 101 N
Minneapolis, MN 55446-
(763) 478-6443
Golf Dome Center
28 practice tees
8401 83rd Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55445-2105
(763) 424-2929
www.bpsportsdome.com
TopGolf Minneapolis Brooklyn Center
102 practice tees
6420 Camden Ave N
Brooklyn Center Minneapolis, MN 55430-1966
(763) 201-9636
https://topgolf.com/us/minneapolis/
Braemar Golf Dome
50 practice tees
7420 Braemar Blvd
Edina, MN 55439
(952) 903-5775
www.braemargolfdome.com
Chalet Golf
20 practice tees
11937 Highway 35w S
Burnsville, MN 55337-1626
(952) 890-1081
Long Lake Golf
31 practice tees
2465 W Industrial Blvd
Long Lake, MN 55356-9700
(952) 473-4813
Midwest Golf Dome
34 practice tees
1815 Van Dyke St
Maplewood, MN 55109-3715
(651) 777-0500
www.goodrichgolfdome.net
Parkers Lake Golf Center
34 practice tees
1050 Vicksburg Ln N
Plymouth, MN 55447
(763) 475-4668
www.hennepin.us/residents/recreation/parkers-lake
Shadow Ridge Driving Range
58 practice tees
1297 85th Ave.
Hugo, MN 55038
(651) 481-7003
www.katehaven.com

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