Greelife Golf

Practice Bays

Experience the latest in practice bay technology with our “Two Tier” driving bays. There are 30 outdoor bays which are floodlit after dark. Open from 10:00am to 10:00pm in the week, 10:00am to 6:30pm weekends. The driving range provides the perfect opportunity to hit your first golf ball and find out what great fun golf is or use it as your regular practice facility to improve your game. With a small basket of approximately 50 balls Greenlife Driving Range is an easy, convenient and cost effective way to practice and enjoy your golf, rain or shine, day or night. Greenlife Two Tier Floodlit Driving Range is the solution. With no booking and no dress restrictions you can play golf whatever the time and whatever the weather. We can even provide you with use of clubs, free of charge which is ideal for that spur of the moment opportunity to play.

Power Tees

Power Tee

“Power Tee” Technology with these benefits:

1. Easy Load – Load your balls into the hopper direct from the dispenser.

2. Automatic Setup – Your ball is immediately fed onto the tee in preparation for your shot.

3. Fully Adjustable – The tee has up to 40 different height positions available all at the touch of a button.

4. Iron Shots – Iron shots can be hit from the top quality Fiberbuilt strike mat or the firmer standing mat, designed to give the golfer the feel of a well manicured fairway.

5. Next Shot – Once you have hit your shot then the next ball is automatically fed onto the tee until all of the balls have been used.

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Chip ‘N Run Drill

Chipping green, any clubs between a 4 Iron and a Sand Wedge, 10 golf balls, 8 tee pegs

: To chip the golf ball toward the hole and come to rest within three feet from the hole. Set up your chipping green with the tee pegs as shown in diagram over.
Begin with 10 golf balls at station one, and chip them toward the hole. If you chip two within three foot, you would then walk to station two with the remaining eight golf balls.

Do the chipping exercise again – if you don’t chip any within three foot, we would then go to station three with the same eight golf balls. At station three, if you chip two of those golf balls to within three foot, you would go to station four with six golf balls.

Continue the process, until all the golf balls are gone and see how many stations it takes you to get eliminate all of them.


Putting Green

Putting Drill Requirements: Flat area of putting green (10m x 3m), 4 tee pegs, putter, 15 – 20 golf balls.

Aim: To fit as many golf balls as possible into the rectangle. Position yourself on a flat piece of green, 10m x 3m, and mark out a rectangle as seen in diagram 1, using tee pegs for each corner.

Begin by putting your first ball as close as you can to the far left tee peg. Your second ball will then go to the front right peg, making it as close as possible, while keeping in the rectangle.

The third putt must go past the second ball, in the same direction as the first, but not past it. The fourth ball will go past two, but not past ball three. The balls should be making an approximate diagonal line between the two tee pegs. Continue this exercise until you can’t fit any more into the rectangle.

Greenlife Putting