When it comes to what to wear at the driving range in Cedar Park Texas, the answer largely depends on whether you're visiting a public or private practice camp. In the practice field, you can almost always wear whatever casual clothing you want. It's best to wear clothes that don't restrict shoulder, arm, and leg movements when balancing, and if it's colder, wearing lots of lightweight layers works well. As for shoes, you need ones with a sufficient pattern on the tread to give you a little grip.
Yes, you can wear shorts to go to the practice range. If it's colder, it might be better to wear pants, but you decide. Golf shorts are made of flexible and breathable fabrics that are designed to make it easier to swing the golf club. I would avoid wearing shorts made of denim or other heavy materials.
Most private golf courses follow some type of dress code that ranges from very strict to relaxed. The most relaxed dress code you'll find at a private golf club is the requirement for a nice golf polo shirt with casual pants or shorts. The strictest dress codes will require you to have a shirt tucked in with a collar, dress pants and traditional golf shoes. For some people, golf shoes may feel strange or uncomfortable at first, so wearing them on the shooting range can be a great way to introduce them and get used to them.
The difference in height in the sole between your golf shoes and your sneakers can make a difference in the way you hit the ball on the shooting range compared to the field, so the professional may not give you the best opinion about your game because you balance differently when they see you. Beyond dress codes, it's important to think about the weather before dressing for the internship camp. One piece of golf equipment worth talking about when it comes to driving courses and golf in general are gloves. But this is where the second point comes into play, since that is what is the main purpose of your trip to the internship camp.
If it's raining while you're at the driving range and the shooting range isn't covered, you should wear a waterproof coat or jacket. You also won't be able to wear jeans if the driving range is connected to a golf club where their dress code applies. If you're at a driving range attached to a golf course, it's okay to wear golf clothing; in fact, it's probably easier to avoid uncomfortable conversations about dress code. My father, for example, used to leave work in his suit to hit some balls on the practice field and tuck his tie into his shirt.
Inner layers are included in most golf course dress codes, so you won't have to worry about wearing them in any range. However, assuming you're heading to an independent practice camp just to hit some balls and blow off some steam after a hard day at work or just for fun, just about any casual outfit is fine. It's important to remember that the practice field is a practice area where you go to improve your game. Because no matter how relaxed you are during your practice session on the practice field, if you're planning to make some decent shots, you'll need a little grip on your feet.
I wear sports shorts to go to the driving range if it's not tied to a golf course, but more often I wear a skirt like this.