Classic Swing Myrtle Beach Curriculum


Classic Swing Golf School
offers a 4:1 Student to Teacher Ratio

Golf School Curriculum

“Classic Swing Golf School far exceeded our expectations. The instruction was superb, the courses were outstanding and the food was great. We came away with a totally new approach to the golf swing. I am hitting my shots further and straighter with much less effort.”

Alfred and Gregory Faust

“Most schools advertise four or five to one student to teacher ratios. At the Classic Swing Golf school, personal attention and individual instruction in a maximum three to one setting are a premium.”  

Ted Frick

Classes Begin Every Monday and Thursday

Always a maximum of 4:1 Student to Teacher Ratio

Sessions run daily from:

8:30am to 12:30pm

  • Commuter and Visitor Packages Available Year-Round
  • Completely Private Practice Facilities
  • Covered Hitting Stations at Legends
  • Use of Practice Facilites while Attending School
  • Instruction Manuals
  • Indoor hitting stations for inclement weather
  • V1 video applications are used in the school for swing analysis, and all analyses are e-mailed and/or texted to you at the conclusion of the school.
  • 3 Rounds of Golf with cart fee included on Plan B and Plan C Packages

*On-Course Instruction – $200 per group (up to a foursome) for a 9 hole playing lesson for students on Commuter Plus and Full Package plans.

Classic Swing Myrtle Beach Indoor Golf Practice


  • Evaluate Body Type, Personality, Skill Level, Range of Motion and Golf Goals
  • Start on the Putting Green and Progress to the Wedges
  • Develop Effective Putting Drills, Reading Greens, and a Solid Stroke
  • Learn Chipping Fundamentals, Club Choice and Shot Selection
  • Introduction to Pitching, a small version of the Full Swing

End Results Day 1: Improved short game skills lead to lower scores immediately.


  • Discussion on Five Fundamentals of Golf and Establish Address Routine
  • Analyze each Student’s Full Swing
  • Video Analysis at 10,000 Frames per Second with Telestration
  • Work with the Short, Mid and Long Irons
  • Establish Drills based on “The Laws”

End Results Day 2: Once you understand the rules and how they relate to your golf swing, simplicity is right around the corner.


  • Focus on the Driver, Hybrids and Fairway Woods
  • Work on Tee Shots and establish Driving Range Drills
  • Learn how to use Your Video to Correct Future Mistakes
  • Discuss Club Fitting and Analyze your Equipment
  • Develop Future Game Plan and a Wrap-Up Review
  • Greenside and Fairway Bunker play

End Results Day 3: Consistent ball striking is the result of knowledge and precise practice habits.

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