A large basket (about 90 balls) costs $8, and a small basket (about 50 balls) is $5.
Originally, the range had only artificial turf tee boxes to hit from, although the turf allows you to use an actual tee rather than hit off rubber tees. Recently, they added a grass hitting area.
The range has several targets and, according to range employee Kim Carroll, will eventually be lighted. He said bigger plans were also in the works — putting a roof over the hitting boxes so golfers can practice when it’s raining, the addition of a putting and chipping green, and the possibility of adding a par-3 course on the land around the range. He also said the range planned to add running water and a restroom and eventually be able to sell beverages.
Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to dark, seven days a week. Coupons that give you two baskets of ball for the price of one are available at several businesses around the metro area.