NW Golf Range to close before Christmas

Business provides a driving range, a Northwest logging themed mini-golf course, and batting cages

After 33 years of providing a place for amateur golfers to learn how to consistently hit a golf ball, the NW Golf Range will be closing its business before Christmas.

The range has served Kitsap County for the last three decades and will be hosting a weekend of celebration Dec. 21 and Dec. 22. All buckets of balls and mini-golfing will be free on those final days. Hot drinks, music, giveaways, and more will be happening to wrap things up.

“We will always treasure the relationships we’ve built, the families we’ve served, and the fun we’ve been part of here,” reads a statement on NW Golf Range’s Facebook page. “For many of our regulars, you truly are family to us.”

The facility started as a small 12-stall driving range in a pasture in 1986, before expanding to include 36 more stalls with an upper deck and a Northwest logging-themed mini-golf course in 2001. A golf pro shop is also on-site where visitors can purchase many different golf accessories. Three speeds of batting cages are also available as well.

NW Golf Range staff is encouraging everyone to come out over the next few weeks before it comes time to shut down.

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