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- n. An area where golfers practice their swing, and try to hit the ball far, toward no target.
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- n. a practice range for practicing golf shots
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The driving range takes the putt-putt course date to a whole new level of fun.
Lanzos driving range was composed of eight or ten positions, set up high so that you had the illusion of hitting the ball farther than you actually did.
The check-in went well, someone at the driving range provided change for the gettone machine, and at the fifty-and seventy-five-meter marks were net baskets that you could try to hit intoanother unique touch.
When I drained the twenty-five-foot putt for birdie, all the extravagant hopes fanned on the driving range burst into flame again.
At Menaggio and Cadenabbias driving range on that day there were the customary mats to hit from, and the familiar empty plastic buckets lying around, but no balls.
I then came to my senses and gave up and left the driving range in what can only be described as the depths of despair.
Its the small touchesthe way you are greeted in the pro shop or segreteria, the arrangement and condition of the driving range and putting green, the quality of the turf on the fairway in front of you, the layout of the opening hole.