Driving Range in Farmington Hills

Our deal searchers couldn't find any Driving Range deals at the moment.
They feel bad, so they found you these other deals to make up for it.

Select Local Merchants

  • Scratch Golf
    For the average golfer, becoming a scratch player—parlance for averaging even par over many rounds—is a level of skill that simply seems out of reach. With its lineup of custom golf clubs, as well as tools for attaining the perfect fit, Scratch Golf makes sure that a golfer's travails can't be blamed on the equipment. The company's marque can be found in bags on multiple pro tours, but the techniques with which it matches swings and clubs can benefit any player regardless of handicap.
    Read More
    27723 Woodward Avenue
    Berkley, MI US
  • Faulkwood Shores Golf Course
    Swing by Faulkwood Shores Golf Course in Howell for your next meal. Low-fat is one factor and amazing taste is another. Come see which wins out at Faulkwood Shores Golf Course. We're not like any other place. We've prepared parking onsite for you. If you don't want a night that will cost you an arm and a leg but you do want a delicious meal, come to Faulkwood Shores Golf Course.
    Read More
    300 S Hughes Rd
    Howell, MI US
  • Great Lakes Golf & Sports Complex
    Working at the 1996 Summer Olympics and the 1994 World Cup are a few of the sporting events on camp director Shelly Watkins's resumé, which she draws on to run a summer camp for kids of all ages. A mother herself, she believes in giving each child individual attention, recognition, and respect, rewarding campers with high-fives and compliments for jobs well done. Together with assistant camp director Cortney Spiegel, she runs fun-packed day camps focused on arts, sports, field trips, and specialty programs. Professional counselors work with pintsize Pacinos in the Lights, Camera, Action class to make short films; kick off Nerf-themed sports events in the Nerf Extravaganza class; or venture out to bowling, movies, rollerblading, and laser tag during the Mega Adventure Field Trip. Shelly and her friendly crew also lead precamp and aftercamp activities for early-morning and evening supervision, and junior camp for campers aged 4¬–7 or 10-year-olds having their pre-preteen life crisis.
    Read More
    3951 Joslyn Rd
    Auburn Hills, MI US
  • Indian Trail Golf Center
    Indian Trail Golf Center acts as a peaceful practice oasis for players to perfect swings and hone their skills. Upon arrival, golfers insert tokens into the ball dispenser to receive their allotted balls, which cascade into the bucket and jostle to be the first off the tee. The driving range is home to synthetic mats and natural-grass stations. In inclement weather, 10 covered hitting stations keep players dry as they blast balls into lower orbit and try to dislodge hail from rain clouds. After buckets have been depleted and swings satisfied, players can head to the practice green and squeeze in as many tap-ins as daylight allows. Indian Trail Golf Center stays open from 9 a.m. to dusk every day of the week except Tuesday, when it opens at noon.
    Read More
    5440 Earhart Rd
    Ann Arbor, MI US
  • Kimberley Oaks Golf Club
    A river snakes its way through several of the 18 holes at Kimberley Oaks Golf Club. Perhaps fittingly, it's known to the locals as Bad River. Golfers should naturally avoid hitting their balls into these malicious waters, but there are other hazards to keep in mind. Dense woods and bunkers are also scattered throughout the 6,589-yard course, each vying to earn a name like "Horrible Hole" or "Jerk Tree." Players who keep their golf balls on the bentgrass fairways and greens, however, should be able to have an immensely enjoyable game. If you're not one of the lucky ones, at least you'll be able to relax contentedly with a cold drink at the course restaurant.
    Read More
    1100 W Walnut St
    Saint Charles, MI US
  • Castle Creek Golf Club
    During his time as a combatant in World War II, Joe Hawald became infatuated with the medieval castles he encountered throughout Europe. More than three decades later, in 1979, his wartime curiosity became a peacetime muse, leading him to construct a castle-inspired clubhouse in front of Lum International Golf Course. Though the course has changed ownership?and adopted a name that pays direct homage to its novel clubhouse?the stone castle out front has been steadfast. The medieval motifs extend to the golf course itself, where carts cross rivers over arched, stone bridges that would not be out of place in a biopic about Richard the Lion Heart's amateur golf career. The course winds through scenic terrain that often attracts wildlife such as white tails and waterfowl. Course at a Glance 18-hole, par 72 course Length of 6,394 yards from the tips Four tee options Scorecard
    Read More
    5191 Lum Road
    Attica, MI US