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  1. #11
    Ryder Cup Winner patricks148's Avatar
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    Re: Driving range costs

    i think the driving range in Inverness is £3 for 50 balls.

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    Re: Driving range costs

    Local range £5.00 gets you a full bucket of balls, bacon or sausage sanwich/roll or bap and a hot drink of your choice - midweek mornings....or I can head twice as far (another 3 miles) to the club and pay more for the food and drink but have more practice facilities.

    Choices.
    some metal woods,
    any old irons,
    Pick up balls....

    12.2 and moving the wrong way again...

  3. #13

    Re: Driving range costs

    £6 for 120 balls.

  4. #14
    paddyk
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    Re: Driving range costs

    Quote Originally Posted by ArnoldArmChewer View Post
    That's where I go, atm they have 1/2 price balls weekdays between 12-2
    that's not bad. AG at biggleswade were doing unlimited on Monday night for a 5er. not sure if they still do

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    Re: Driving range costs

    What’s a range 🤔😜

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    Money List Winner Lord Tyrion's Avatar
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    Re: Driving range costs

    £2 per 30 balls, £4 for 60 etc. Nice enough range with one of those funky ball dispensers that pop your ball up on a tee each time. Point of interest, the range is part owned by Steve Harmison, the former cricketer.

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    Money List Winner Papas1982's Avatar
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    Re: Driving range costs

    £2 for 25, £5 for 75.
    My own H4H. Challenge. Get to 16 or pop £20in the pot.

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    Re: Driving range costs

    20 balls for £1 but I buy in advance and put 100 x 20 balls on my card for £75 so £0.75 for 20 balls - cheap :-)

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    Re: Driving range costs

    Quote Originally Posted by bluewolf View Post
    £5.50 for 100. All Srixon range balls as well.
    Works out about 4 quid I think if you do the membership card

    Assume you mean chilli dip?

    Best range round these parts in my humble opinion

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    Re: Driving range costs

    Close House
    £5 for 50 balls
    £7.50 for 100

    Gosforth park , parklands
    £5.50 for 100

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