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driving range

noun, Golf.
1.
a tract of land for practicing long golf shots, especially drives, with clubs and balls available for rent from the management.
Origin
1945-1950
1945-50
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Examples for driving range
  • Yet their advance is limited by high costs and short driving range.
  • One of the biggest concerns regarding all-electric cars is the limited driving range provided by a fully charged battery.
  • Then a friend suggested he go work at the local driving range.
  • The restaurant contains a microbrewery and is adjacent to the golf driving range and the marina.
  • The tennis court can also double as a professional basketball court or as a driving range for golf.
  • The course has practice area that includes practices greens and bunkers, a driving range and a pitching area.
  • The facility includes a driving range, full-service pro shop and full-service clubhouse.
  • Practice at the driving range, the three putting and chipping greens or head to the pro shop for a club fitting.
  • Golfers can visit the course's driving range or the putting green before playing a round.
  • Before stepping out on the course, practice on the driving range and putting and chipping greens.

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