Driving Range in San Francisco

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  • Eagle Club Indoor Golf
    To refer to the practice stalls at Eagle Club Indoor Golf Club as only a "driving range" would be an understatement. Sure, the facility's ten indoor hitting bays serve the basic swing-practice purpose of a range, but they also serve as computerized swing analysts. Each hitting bay uses a GC2 Smart Camera launch monitor—the same device used by the likes of Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson—to project the path of each swing and provide players with data-driven statistics about each shot. The indoor studio couples its ten hitting bays with a golf simulator that enables players to test their mettle on world-class courses without having to forge a PGA Tour card.
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    555 Howard St, Ste 102
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mr. Peter's Golf Camp at San Bruno Golf Center
    When eager students haul their clubs onto the grounds at San Bruno Golf Center, they may find themselves pulled in more than one direction. Their first inclination may be toward the grass practice area; at 20,000 square feet it almost has its own gravitational pull. Or they might be drawn to the center’s 65 mat hitting stations. These are spread across an open-air upper deck and covered lower deck that protects players from the rain or any tears that fall from the upper deck. The short game area, meanwhile, spreads across two acres and features two chipping greens, a putting green, three bunkers, and a 75-yard tee box shot. When golfers have worn themselves out with divot digging and perfecting the arc of a gentle draw, they can recline on the clubhouse’s redwood deck and look out over their fellow clubbers.
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    2101 Sneath Lane
    San Bruno, CA US
  • Burlingame Golf Center San Francisco
    San Bruno Golf Center incorporates a 20,000 square-foot grass hitting area, a two-acre short game area, and a 1,400 square-foot clubhouse into a single classroom to help golfers improve a spectrum of skills. The driving range offers a choice between a grass hitting area and two tiers of synthetic tees, including 27 covered stalls on the lower deck. Developing consistent golf skills goes beyond hitting long drives and making divots to look like celebrity silhouettes, so the golf center encourages players to take advantage of the short game area's putting green, two chipping greens, and 75-yard tee shot. After a solo session or a lesson with one of the center's instructors, players can kick their feet up on the redwood deck that overlooks the whole facility while enjoying refreshments from the clubhouse concession stand.
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    250 Anza Boulevard
    Burlingame, CA US
  • Elkhorn Golf Club
    Years ago, the tule elk roamed the lands surrounding Stockton, bellowing "Fore!" during the rutting season and carving golf holes into the untamed earth with its antlers. Named in honor of that majestic creature, the Elkhorn Golf Club maintains 18 holes on immaculately manicured, generally level grounds. Golfers conquer Tyee 007 bentgrass greens—the same used by US Open site The Olympic Club—which can be mowed low and quick, and roll true and smooth. After a round or two, parties can pile into the Elkhorn Grill for pub fare paired with a frosty craft beer.
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    1050 Elkhorn Dr.
    Stockton, CA US