Practice facilities are instrumental in helping you improve your game, and you should use them as much as you possibly can. Even though it’s called a driving range, you can practice all of your golf shots on the range. By taking advantage of this valuable tool that is included in every green fee offered by Speargrass Golf Course, you are sure to improve your game.

In the game of golf, it’s essential to know how far you are able to hit your clubs on a consistent basis. By taking advantage of the golf driving range, you will get a great idea of how far all your clubs can fly. Once you know how far you can hit your clubs, you will be able to practice some great course management skills when you are out on the course.

Start out with a bucket of balls and bring out a wedge or nine iron and warm up your swing. Also warm up your body as sometimes we just start swinging hard and this can be harmful. Always make sure you finish and keep an even tempo.

Then you should move to your fairway woods followed by the driver. Practice the same technique with these clubs. You may have to buy another bucket of balls, but it will be well worth the money when you are able to effectively know what clubs will give you the yardage you need and want.

One point you need to keep in mind when on the driving range is that you are playing in perfect conditions. There are no hills, there are no hazards, and you are concentrating to the best of your ability. Just because you can hit a 300 yard drive on the range doesn’t necessarily mean you can do the same on the course.

However, you can certainly learn a lot about your golf game when you are on the driving range. Don’t pass up the chance to practice as much as you can. Practicing is best done on the golf driving range, so buy a bucket of balls and whack away. You never know what you’ll find out! We also offer a yearly pass. See the Pro Shop for more details.