Good afternoon from Classic Swing Golf School in Myrtle Beach! From time to time, even the best golfers have a coach or instructor they can call when their game gets off-track. .
The first step in determining which golf school is right for you is to research and ask questions. If you're in the area or you are planning a visit, Classic Swing is definitely your best choice. If you don't believe it, read below:
Posted 09 August 2013 – 12:41 PM
My wife and Mother in law went and they are 1000% better than when they went in. Wife now scores in the 90's regularly. She reads greens and putts better than I do now! She wants to go back next year. They were lucky and had a small group, so they had one instructor for 3 people in a group. The facilities are top notch, video, training aids up the wazoo. They even CPM and test all
your clubs and give you a written report on how it could be fit better for you etc.
Posted 09 October 2013 – 09:59 PM
I am a 9 and I'm certainly looking forward to going next year. Even if you iron play or woods are great I believe that a full 3 days of tuition on how to score from 100 and in will make a huge difference to how I manage my game on the course. Worth doing for sure from my experience. And the courses there are great, Heathland especially.
Posted 09 October 2013 – 09:16 AM
Ted and his team are great. I've been twice and would go back if I need it.
03-24-2014 11:29 AM
I attended the Classic Swing Golf School at Legends last month, and enjoyed it. Without taking a poll, my impression was that other attendees were also happy with the experience.
The goal of the program is not to completely redo the swing in the class, but to provide fundamentals of things to work on later, geared to each student. (I'm paraphrasing here.) I would suggest this is a reasonable and realistic goal. There aren't a lot of quick fixes in the golf swing.
The basic option is three mornings of instruction (4 hours, with 4.5 hours on the last day). There are a variety of other options available, including private lessons, so you might want to investigate what would work best for you. The program is well organized to make sure that your time is all constructively used (no waiting).
There were about ten students in my session, and four instructors in addition to Ted Frick, so we each got enough teacher time. There were a variety of skill levels in the class, and I got a sense that teaching was tailored to each students needs. For example, they have a variety of teaching aids, but they only guided me to ones appropriate for my swing flaws (well, the major ones, otherwise I would have worked my way thru the complete set.)
One other feature of the program is that they do club fitting during the school, and test some of your clubs on a frequency meter. The fitting activities include hitting a variety of shafts, each tested and identified, to find an optimal frequency.
Summary: found it well worthwhile, may return when I'm down next year, and recommend it to anyone.
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