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Top 5: Driving Ranges in London

With the weather perfect for hitting the driving ranges in London, we take a look at the capital’s top 5 ranges.

Driving Ranges in London

Urban Golf: Soho

Urban Golf is London’s only indoor golf simulator. There are three branches across central London; Kensington, Smithfield and our focus Soho. The Soho branch is located in the heart of London and is a stylishly designed golf centre.

As an indoor golf centre, even the typical rainy British weather can’t stop you from having a great day of simulated golf and escape from the chaotic pressured city life.

The simulators at Urban Golf Soho allow you to analyse and improve your golfing technique, making it ideal for those seeking to improve on their golf. Participants are free to pick their programs, holes and can even match their own ability with the challenges set for them, meaning keen golfers can enjoy this venue.

Due to its central location, parking isn’t easy. Piccadilly Circus is the closet tube station which is only a seven minute walk.

Urban Golf Soho is open Monday-Saturday: 10am-11pm and Sunday:10am-6pm.

Urban Golf Soho
Urban Golf Soho


Trent Park Golf Course

Trent Park Golf Course, is a private parkland course located in Oakwood, London. It has stunning views and a country feel; making it perfect for a sunny summer day! The floodlit driving range offers 34 covered and heated bays and is regarded as one of the best pay and play golf venues in London.

There is no need to book in advance, as there are always plenty of spaces for those who are feeling a bit of impromptu golf. Parking is available and Oakwood train station is only 150 meters away from the venue.

The Golf Club House has refreshments and a bar so you can really make a day of it.

Trent Park Golf Course


West London Golf Centre

Having recently opened in 2012, the West London Golf Centre (WLGC) has a great driving range that includes 19 covered bays and 7 outdoor bays, lit with the Lords-style floodlights and top notch premium gel inlay mats.

The WLGC has a 300 yard contoured and floodlit range and a 250 sq m putting green/ chipping area. Thereby allowing you to practice on some of the most intricate aspects of playing golf.

The WLGC has no real local transport connections with Northholt being the closet station, so driving is advised here. The Centre can be found on the A4180, 750 yards south of the A40 Polish War Memorial exit, a short distance from South Ruislip and RAF Northolt.

Prices range from £2.50 for 20 balls to £6.50 for 100 balls.

West London Golf Centre
West London Golf Centre


World of Golf, Croydon

One of the UK’s most popular driving ranges, World of Golf Croydon provides its golfers with 24 bays overlooking a floodlit course. Their power tee mats deliver the ball to the tee automatically, allowing individuals to focus on their technique, really enhancing the way participants play golf.

World of Golf is open every day of the year (except Christmas) so if you are feeling a bit of Golf on Christmas Eve, Boxing Day or even Easter Sunday this is the place to come.

With the closet transport link being Arena (by Tram), it’s advised you drive to this particular venue.

World of Golf Croyden


Chingford Golf Range

Chingford Golf Range offers golfers a chance to practice shots every day of the week, all year round on one of the 24 bays they have at their facility. The driving range is floodlit for those dark winter evenings. With jumbo baskets of 100 balls for only £6, Chingford Golf Range really is an affordable location for anyone interested in playing golf.

Their range is 300 yards long by 200 yards wide, with distance boards and target greens so you can really make use of the full range of clubs at your disposal.

The nearest station is Chingford Rail station, which you would want to go to if you are feeling like a nice stroll before your round, as its a fairly punchy 25 mins to the golf range.

Chingford Golf Range

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