The Broome County Sheriff's Office arrested 2 men accused of stealing cash from the Polar Shot Driving Range.
Detectives say on July 2, more than $400 was stolen from the business located in the Town of Union.
Almost all of the cash has been recovered.
On the morning of July 2, a Johnson City police patrol stopped a vehicle and located cash and bank bags taken in the crime.
That led to the discovery of the burglary at the Polar Shot.
The Sheriff's office charged two men with 3rd degree burglary.
They are Joseph R Cronin, 32, of Greene and Christopher R Starchok, 22, of Endicott.
Both suspects were arraigned in the Town of Union Court and are released to await grand Jury action.