Parkton Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

6 Driving Ranges Near Parkton
Hereford Golf Center
40 practice tees
17110 York Rd
Parkton, MD 21120-9717
(410) 329-6236
www.herefordgolfcenter.com

3.3 miles from the center of Parkton.

Glen Rock Family Golf Center
30 practice tees
989 Potosi Rd
Glen Rock, PA 17327-8618
(717) 227-4822

12.8 miles from the center of Parkton.

Bel Air Golf Center
47 practice tees
3103 Belair Rd
Kingsville, MD 21087-1016
(410) 817-4653
http://thebelairgolfcenter.com/

18.5 miles from the center of Parkton.

Northwest Golf Driving Range
18 practice tees
2101 W Rogers Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209-4552
(410) 664-2824
https://bcrp.baltimorecity.gov/NorthwestParkGolf

19.4 miles from the center of Parkton.

Freedom Golf Center, LLC
60 practice tees
438 Old Liberty Rd
Sykesville, MD 21784-8547
(410) 795-1111

22.3 miles from the center of Parkton.

Chardonnay Driving Range
40 practice tees
7630 Johnnycake Rd
Windsor Mill, MD 21244-1269
(410) 265-5754

23.0 miles from the center of Parkton.


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