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Can't Swing it? Golf Lessons available for Myrtle Beach local (AND vacation) golfers

The Author: NMBG Staff
Published: May 7th, 2012
Last Updated: October 5th, 2022

A quick example lesson given by Hugh Royer III on #18 MBN-Kings North, the “BullsEye”.
Golfers that come to Myrtle Beach know all about the area golf courses and which ones are their favorites. What they MIGHT not know, however, is where to get a good golf lesson in the Myrtle Beach, SC area. Before playing some of the Top rated Golf Courses in the country, golfers may want to fine tune their game (let’s face it, you have to win those skins off your buddy.)  The last thing a good golfer wants is to play badly on one of 90 golf courses along the 60 mile Carolina Coast.  Now, golfers that come to enjoy their golf vacation in Myrtle  have a new option.

The South Carolina Golf Center, temporally located at Burning Ridge Golf Club in the heart of the Worlds #1 golf destination, offers personalized golf instruction for players of all skill level. Whether you are a beginner or playing professional the SC Golf Center can personalize a golf program to help every facet of your game with private instruction utilizing the V-1 Digital Coaching System. The V-1 Digital Coaching System is the top video analysis software in sports.  Even when golfers leave to return home from your their golf vacation, they will have access to the Online Academy, where the student can even get online lessons.  This feature will allow students to continue to fine tune their golf game miles away from Myrtle Beach.

Offering an array of instruction, including 1, 2 and 3 day golf schools, hourly golf lessons, playing lessons and short game lessons, the SC Golf Center has a program to maximize any golfer’s game. I know it sounds like a sales pitch, but it’s true. They do their best to customize their lessons around your style.

The school is founded by former PGA Tour Player and 4-time Nationwide Tour Winner, Hugh Royer III, and is also the Director of Instruction at the SC Golf Center. His unique teaching philosophy stems from a combination of his own playing experience and his ability to communicate to players of all levels in different ways.  Royer has coached some of the games top professional, collegiate, junior and amateur players from all over the world.

As always,

Fairways and Greens

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