Classic Swing Golf School – 2012 Winding Down

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Fans this week are still talking about the 2012 tour.  The majors have come and gone, the playoffs are finished and the Ryder Cup has wrapped up, but the golf season is far from over. The team weighs in with what they are most looking forward to over the final three months of 2012.

"Whatever the Ryder Cup proved – Europe’s dominance, America’s perceived indifference, the inherent pressures of team golf – the three-day mosh pit did come up short in one critical race between the game’s alpha males.

As riveting as Sunday at Medinah was, it failed to give us the much-anticipated match-up between world No. 1 Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods. Truth is Lombard (Ill.) deputy police chief Patrick Rollins, who rushed McIlroy to the golf course on Sunday, spent more time with the Ulsterman last week than Woods.

Although the two failed to meet in match play at Medinah, the budding rivalry will be, with apologies to the Fall Series and the last edition of a meaningful Q-School, the most compelling headline in a rapidly waning season.

The two are scheduled to play next week’s Turkish Airlines World Golf Finals, an eight-man exhibition ripe with head-to-head opportunities, and again in an 18-hole match on Oct. 29 in China.

Neither event means much when compared with last week’s Ryder Cup drama, but the growing sentiment that the duo is destined to develop one of the game’s classic rivalries, however friendly, will only be fueled by the silly-season stops. What both events lack in competitive relevance they make up for with the only marquee in golf that matters – Rory vs. Tiger."

Classic Swing Golf School has earned many accolades on which to hang its hat. Classic Swing Golf School is honorably distinguished as one of the "Top 25 Golf Schools in America" by Golf Magazine and was also voted "The Best Golf School in Myrtle Beach" in 2008.

Classic Swing Golf School guarantees a maximum 3:1 student to teacher ratio in all golf schools and offers private golf lessons for those golfers that prefer one-on-one golf instruction.  Classic Swing also offers custom golf club fitting.  The staff of Classic Swing Golf School abides by their motto, "We Love What We Do and We GUARANTEE Improvement." We invite you to preview the Classic Swing Golf School experience today!  Be sure to check out our videos on YOUTUBE!

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