Palm Beach County Golf Facilities Receive National Recognitions

Osprey Point Golf Course and John Prince Golf Learning Center have been named among the top golf ranges in the United States by the Golf Range Association of America.

Osprey Point received the honor for the first time in the five-year history of the facility. It was recognized as one of the Top 50 Public Ranges by the GRAA. Osprey Point features a double-ended, 300-yard driving range with grass hitting stations on both ends. Additionally, the range features more than 28,000 square feet of greens. There are two practice putting greens as well as two chipping greens. Also in 2015, Osprey Point earned a TripAdvisor “Certificate of Excellence” while being named one of the top 50 golf courses in Florida by Golf Digest.

The John Prince Golf Learning Center was recognized as one of the Top 50 Stand-Alone Ranges, marking the fourth-straight year that the GRAA has honored the facility with the award after naming it the “Best New Range in the United States” in 2007. The facility features 56 grass and 48 mat hitting stations on its lit 280-yard driving range. The range features multiple target greens, while the facility also includes a 16,000-square-feet putting green, as well as a chipping green with green-side bunkers. Additionally, the facility has three regulation holes — a par four and two par threes — to allow golfers to further hone their skills.

In order to receive recognition by the GRAA, golf facilities must present an application that highlights not only a wide range of amenities but also shows a wide variety of available programming that benefits all levels of skill and promotes the growth of the game. The GRAA recognizes the top 50 facilities in three categories: Stand-alone, Public and Private. Winners are listed in the December issue of Golf Range Magazine.

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