Wyoming Golf Driving Ranges and Practice Facilities

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

7 Driving Ranges Near Wyoming
Golf Centeral Driving Range
40 practice tees
60 Kingstown Rd
Wyoming, RI 02898-1103
(401) 539-6003

1.0 miles from the center of Wyoming.

Fiddlesticks Limited
30 practice tees
1300 Ten Rod Rd
North Kingstown, RI 02852-4107
(401) 295-1519

9.9 miles from the center of Wyoming.

Green Meadows Driving Range
32 practice tees
117 Dunns Corner Rd
Westerly, RI 02891-5822
(401) 322-9888

11.7 miles from the center of Wyoming.

Narragansett Driving Range & Pro Shop
30 practice tees
1141 Boston Neck Rd
Narragansett, RI 02882-1734
(866) 789-7744

12.4 miles from the center of Wyoming.

New England Golf Center
45 practice tees
6100 Post Rd
North Kingstown, RI 02852-1303
(401) 885-0214

13.1 miles from the center of Wyoming.

Mulligan's Island Golf & Entertainment Center
20 practice tees
1000 New London Ave
Cranston, RI 02920-3016
(401) 464-8855
www.mulligansisland.com

18.4 miles from the center of Wyoming.

Golden Triangle
10 practice tees
2119 Hartford Ave
Johnston, RI 02919-3203
(401) 934-3056

22.5 miles from the center of Wyoming.


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