Enhance Your Golf Skills at These Centreville Driving Ranges

Man practicing his golf skills in nearby Centreville driving ranges.

When you want to practice your golf swing, local driving ranges have you covered. You’ll also find practice bunkers and putting greens, sure to help enhance your skills. Here are some Centreville driving ranges near our Fairfax County apartments:

Virginia Golf Center 

As Northern Virginia’s premier golf practice facility, the Virginia Golf Center offers a “one-stop-shop to improve your game.” The range features over 130 bays. LED lights enhance nighttime play, and golfers hit new range balls off high-quality mats. In addition, several bays feature the Toptracer Range. This state-of-the-art technology provides instant shot replays and statistical feedback. It also boasts virtual games and more. 

Oak Marr Golf Center 

The Oak Marr Golf Center welcomes both beginners and seasoned players. Featuring an updated fairway design, its driving range comes complete with 78 stations, Bermuda sod, and new target greens. The center also includes a 25,000 square foot short game area. Here, you’ll find a practice bunker and a chipping and putting area perfect for working on small details. The buckets hold between 40 and 200 balls and start at eight dollars. For the best value, purchase a range pass.

Twin Lakes Golf Course 

At the Twin Lakes Golf Course, golfers enjoy a driving range that’s open year-round. On certain days between Memorial Day and Labor Day, you can hit a bucket of balls in the well-maintained grass tee area. One range ball token is seven dollars for 35 balls. Once you’re warmed up, enjoy a round on the Lakes Course or Oaks Course. Both feature 18 holes, though the Lakes Course is more forgiving. 

After hitting some golf balls at our favorite Centreville driving ranges, grab a tasty chicken sandwich to-go from a nearby restaurant. To call The Elms at Centreville home, please contact us. We will offer a tour where you can see everything our Centreville apartments have to offer.

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