Putting equates to 40% of every golfers overall score. If a golfer had only one hour to practice, then 20 minutes should be devoted to putting. Point to remember: You can not practice putting enough.
The state-of-the-art practice facilities at Legends Resort are the finest on the east coast. The staff of the Classic Swing Golf School understands that creating the best possible learning environment is an important part of the golf school experience, and we pride ourselves on providing a first class atmosphere for our students. Along with the wisdom of the staff, our private teaching area at Legends is just another item that sets us apart from any other golf school.
The Legends Resort is home to the "Best Practice Facility in Myrtle Beach" as voted on by the readers of Myrtle Beach Golf Magazine. This award winning facility is host to a thirty acre driving range with more than twenty target areas and is the largest on the east coast. The short game facilities include multiple chipping areas, pitching areas, greenside bunkers, and a one acre putting green. Legends features covered hitting areas for those days when Mother Nature takes over, and the entire facility is lighted until 11:00 p.m. daily.
The Golf Courses
Considered one of the greatest challenges on the East Coast - a par 72 triumph - Moorland was designed by noted golf architect P. B. Dye and opened for play in 1990. Large expanses of natural growth, sand, water and waste areas combine with extraordinary undulations and bulkheads to present a course reminiscent of the PGA West Stadium Course. This controversial course is definitely a "target" golf course. Created in the Dye tradition, Moorland will cause golfers to rise to incredible heights on the sculpted terrain, sink to considerable depths in the bunkers, and constantly use every ounce of skill and luck in their possession. Moorland indeed earned its designation as one of the "Top 10 New Courses of 1990," by Golf Digest. Play the 245 yard par-4 16th and see for yourself why the large bunker guarding the green is so appropriately named "Hell’s Half Acre."
The par 71 Heathland Course, designed by Tom Doak, is a return to the grand "Old Country" traditions of the game. It has been distinctly molded in the image of the British Isles links courses, with holes reminiscent of familiar links like St. Andrews, and lesser known gems like Lahinch and Cruden Bay. Most of the holes are without high vegetation, providing a visual presentation like no other course in the area. The challenge and difficulty of this course comes primarily from the unobstructed breeze that wafts constantly over the course, and the strategically placed bunkers and lush, deep rough that closely border all fairways. Many of the greenside bunkers are deep and require creative shots to make an escape Rated one of the "Top 10 New Resort Courses in the World" by GOLF Magazine in 1990, Heathland’s design allows players of all ability levels to "step back in time."
Taking its place alongside the award-winning Heathland and Moorland courses, Parkland is quickly establishing itself as the most exciting new course in Myrtle Beach. Offering distinct contrasts to the first two Legends courses, Parkland demonstrates the diversity and beauty of the natural terrain with contoured, tree-lined fairways, vast natural areas, deep-faced bunkers and massive, multi-level greens. Opened for play in October 1992, Parkland is modeled after the style of architects Alister MacKenzie, (Augusta National) and George Thomas (Riviera Country Club). Playing the unforgettably challenging fairway and green-side bunkering requires a deft touch off the tee and on the approach. From tee to green, strategy will be the order of the day on this stunning, par-72 playing field.