a tract of land for practicing long golf shots, especially drives, with clubs and balls available for rent from the management.
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How to use driving range in a sentence
It also reduces the energy capacity of the battery, shortening driving range as if your combustion-engine car’s gas tank got smaller in the winter.Ford’s electric Mustang Mach-E is an important leap into the future | Dan Carney | February 12, 2021 | Popular-Science
Leave the one-piece balls to mini-golf or driving ranges, and enjoy observing the beauty of a long carry.Beginner-friendly golf balls that will help you fall in love with the game | PopSci Commerce Team | February 5, 2021 | Popular-Science
What the market really needs is cheaper EVs with longer driving ranges, because EVs already have better acceleration than conventional gasoline vehicles.The Tesla Model S ‘Plaid’ will go from 0-60 with record-breaking acceleration | Rob Verger | January 28, 2021 | Popular-Science
According to charger manufacturer ChargePoint, drivers can expect their home charger to add about 37 miles of driving range per hour it is plugged in.
Finally, the company says that the battery is designed to achieve driving ranges that could exceed those of electric vehicles with standard lithium-ion batteries by more than 80%—though this hasn’t been directly tested yet.This super-energy-dense battery could nearly double the range of electric vehicles | James Temple | December 8, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
Babe Ruth, meanwhile, began knocking balls out of parks as if hitting tee shots at a driving range.
In just the short clip I saw yesterday of Obama at the driving range, I thought: Man, he is not staying down on the ball at all.
Keep motor temperature within "driving range" on dash heat indicator.