Many PGA Tour players have visited Berkeley Hall with the express purpose of working on their game at the Practice Facilities, and coming away with glowing praise as the best they’ve ever seen.

“I’ve never seen anything like it and I’ve practiced all over the world. Any shot you can imagine can be practiced there without heading to the course itself.” 
— Loren Roberts, 8-time PGA Tour winner
“If you’re into working on your game, Berkeley Hall is the Mecca. It’s a phenomenal facility: the size, attention to detail, it’s beyond belief. Truly the best practice grounds I’ve ever seen.”
— Billy Andrade, 4-time PGA Tour winner

Impeccably maintained with all of the details you expect, Berkeley Hall’s “Top 75” Practice Facility is open to members for unlimited use of the 33-acre Golf Practice and Learning Center.

Easily accessible, the warm-up side of the Berkeley Hall practice complex is adjacent to the first tee of the North Course, with convenient access to the South Course. Players have access to well supplied individual stations complete with exact yardages posted daily to 6 target greens. With a chipping green, practice bunker and putting green mowed to course speeds located near the warm-up side of the practice tee, it’s a great place for a player to get prepared to go out and take on either course.

The learning side of the practice complex offers the same amenities as the warm-up side, with the addition of a mobile canopy structure allowing practice regardless of weather.  The wedge practice area has 9 target sand greens and a laser to help hone your short game. Our short game area features 3 target greens and putting green, 7 replica bunkers and enough real estate that a player can hit a shot up to 150 yards!

Named a “Top 75 Golf Practice Facility” by Golf Digest and “One of America’s Premier Properties” by Links Magazine and Travel + Leisure, you’ll find that Berkeley Hall offers unparalleled amenities and the finest of practice facilities to golfers of all levels.