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Myrtle Beach Golf Schools Provide Higher Education

11/10/2010

Ever envision attending a golf school in Myrtle Beach? It’s not too late to continue your education along the Grand Strand.

Specifically, it might be time for you to enroll in a Myrtle Beach golf school.

Myrtle Beach earned its reputation as the Golf Capital of the World due in large part to its ability to lure golf groups intent on having a good time on and off the course. The buddy trip remains the area’s primary attraction, but increasingly golfers are coming to Myrtle Beach to improve their game.
 

In addition to being home to some of the nation’s best layouts, Myrtle Beach golf schools rank among America’s best as well. Whether you are looking for one-hour lessons or a week-long school, there is a Myrtle Beach golf school that can improve your game.

If you want to shave several strokes off your score, here are two Myrtle Beach golf schools that will do the trick.

Classic Swing Golf School – Located at Legends Resort, Classic Swing is one of America’s Top 25 schools, according to Golf Magazine. Ted Frick, the owner and director of instruction at Classic Swing, is a high energy teacher that communicates his message in an easy-to-understand fashion. Classic Swing enjoys the added benefit of being one of the best value golf schools in America as well.

Grande Dunes Golf Academy
– One of America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses is also home to one of America’s Top 100 teachers. Brad Redding runs the Grande Dunes Golf Academy and can provide players with a Ph.D. in golf. Redding has contributed to Golf Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Golf Digest, PGA Magazine and USA Today, and has been an instructor on Golf Channel’s “Golf Academy Live.”

Both Myrtle Beach golf schools provide video swing analysis and send student home with a DVD that includes a swing analysis and a plan to get better.

If you are looking to go back to school, Myrtle Beach is the place to enroll.
 



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