Driving Range Open Daily 8 a.m. Beginning Friday July 21st, Exception Wednesday 7/26 Range Opens 12 Noon

  • Sugar Creek Driving Range

2023 Rates

The practice facility features 25 practice stations with target greens and flags marked with various yardages. The driving range is open year-round, weather permitting.

Pin numbers are used at the keypad on the ball dispenser and are available inside the Clubhouse for $8 - small, $12 - medium, $16 - large basket

Prepaid E-Key Program

Sugar Creek also offers an e-key program that allows customers to save money by paying in advance for buckets of balls. The personal electronic key is programmable for any dollar amount and is used in place of a punch card system. The key is easy to use and the more you invest, the more you save.


2023 Rates

  • 10 Baskets - 1 bonus basket: $80
  • 15 Baskets- 3 bonus baskets: $120
  • 20 Baskets- 6 bonus baskets: $160
  • 30 Baskets- 12 bonus baskets: $240


Season pass (January 1 - December 31st) for UNLIMITED use of range balls: $595

Driving Range Season Membership

A season membership at the driving range includes unlimited use of practice balls from January 1 through December 31st. The cost is $595 for an individual. The season pass is intended for individual use only and is not transferrable to any family members or friends for use.  Any abuse of the intended use for individuals only will result in the pass being revoked.

For further information on Sugar Creek Golf Course and the driving range, please call Sugar Creek Golf Course, (630) 834-3325 or contact us.

Note:  Driving range etiquette is expected.  During peak hours if all stations are occupied and golfers are waiting, we appreciate you limiting your practice session to no more than 1 large basket or 1/2 hour of time.  Please observe posted closing hours and final balls dispensed 1/2 hour prior to completing your practice session.

Absolutely no outside alcohol is permitted on the driving range and no tailgating is allowed!  Any violators will be asked to leave.

Any golf balls that are hit over the net at the end of the range may cause damage or harm to golfers on the course and you may be held liable.