In golf, the driving range is an area where golfers and professionals can practice swinging. It can also be entertainment for golf lovers or when there is not enough time for full play. It corresponds to a training area for other sports. Most sports always have a dedicated area for training and preparation for the actual game of golf.
Driving ranges can have natural grass, similar to a golf course, or players can use synthetic mats that look like real grass. In the golf driving range, some people prefer twosome or some people prefer foursome to play on 18 golf courses.
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Golfers pay for different sizes of buckets of balls, usually called small balls(30-50 balls), medium (50-80 balls), and large balls (80-150 balls), and bats in their spare time. Some areas have three electronic devices that automatically fill the ball and record ball usage on a chip card. Often there are golf professionals who provide lessons and instructions.
The ball is picked up from a special trolley with brushes and rollers that automatically pick up the ball and a cage that protects the driver from incoming balls. In suburban and urban areas, large nets protect people and surrounding structures from fake balls.
Driving is very popular all over the world, where golf courses are crowded and often very affordable. Many commercial playgrounds are visible alongside other sports-related areas such as cotton paddies or miniature golf. Some ranges also offer areas for practicing chips, bunkers, and starts.