NEW! Little Links
Bogeys’ Little Links is a new quicker way to enjoy the game of golf for people of all ages and all skill levels. Play 9 holes in less than 30 minutes using our special oversized clubs and balls, taking full swings on holes ranging from 13-35 yards.
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BIRTHDAY PARTIES, SPECIAL GROUP AND CORPORATE EVENTS
Welcome to party central! Bogeys Sports Park offers a large, beautifully landscaped miniature golf course with ponds, fountains, waterfalls, and water flumes; a spacious driving range with 40 tee stations (stance and brush mats), ten of which are covered, and a practice sand bunker located at the east end of the range; plus, a seven-station batting cage, ranging from slow pitch softball to 80 mph baseball.
We have been serving Goochland, Glen Allen, Henrico and Hanover since 1994. Located west of Short Pump Town Center, we are easily accessed by Interstate 64, Route 288 and Broad Street.
Current Hours of Operation: Sunday through Thursday: 9am – 9pm ; Friday and Saturday: 9am – 10pm, weather permitting. JULY 4th HOURS: 9AM-6PM
SEPTEMBER 7, 2019 – The entire park will be closed from 2-6pm for a private event.
PLEASE CALL BEFORE COMING OUT DURING ANY INCLEMENT WEATHER. HOURS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
BATTING CAGES WILL BE CLOSED IN TEMPERATURES BELOW 50 DEGREES, AND DURING AND AFTER ANY RAIN UNTIL THEY ARE DRY
Try our new PowerTees! Click here to see what they’re all about.
Looking for establish an official handicap? Follow this link to join the VSGA through Bogeys Sports Park for just $35. https://vsga.clubdashboard.org/capi_online_membership/displaymembership/65.
At Bogeys Sports Park we offer golf lessons for all different levels of golfers. Private and Group lessons are available for ages 6 and up and junior camps are available for ages 6-13.
Bogeys Sports Park delivers. People of all ages will find something fun to do. Work on your game on our driving range, test your swing at the batting cages, or just kick back with your friends and play a round of miniature golf on Richmond’s most challenging course.