Former professional snowboarder and Winter X Games competitor Kevin Pearce is “Ridin’ with Rymer” at The Love Course at Barefoot Resort, where he shares with Charlie how he’s overcome a traumatic brain injury and now helping others similarly affected.
In the first of a six-part video series on improving your power with the driver, Ted Frick of the Classic Swing Golf School in Myrtle Beach, S.C. talks us through the setup - from ball position to stance width to shoulder tilt. You won't want to miss these tips!
In the second part of their latest video series, Classic Swing Golf School's Ted Frick and LPGA Tour player Haylee Harford discuss training aids to help keep the golf swing properly on plane as you're executing a finesse wedge shot.
In this video, Scott Tanguay of the Coastal Golf Academy in Myrtle Beach, S.C. shows us how and why a “full-swing” stance is detrimental to your short game around the green, and then walks you through the simple adjustments you can make to execute better pitch shots with more consistency.
In the first part of his new instructional series on wedge training, Classic Swing Golf School's Ted Frick is joined by LPGA Tour player Haylee Harford to demonstrate how the "throw and flow" training method is used to help with wedge play around the green.
Not sure of when to hit a chip shot or a pitch shot around the green? Never fear, Scott Tanguay of the Coastal Golf Academy is here to offer some guidance! Watch as Scott walks us through the ideal scenarios for executing each type of shot, along with instruction on how to do it.
If you're not properly aligned on the putting green, you have no chance. Scott Tanguay from the Coastal Golf Academy in Myrtle Beach, S.C. walks you through the process of how to make sure your alignment is perfect.
There are five fundamentals of the swing, and Classic Swing Golf School’s Ted Frick addresses one that is both simple and at the same time problematic: posture. Find out how to guarantee your swing gets off to a good start.
In this video tip, Scott Tanguay of the Coastal Golf Academy at Whispering Pines Golf Course in Myrtle Beach, S.C. shows us how to approach a common type of lie and execute the shot.
In this video, Ted Frick of the Classic Swing Golf School at Legends Resort in Myrtle Beach, S.C. shows us how a hybrid club is a better choice than a long iron to hit a longer shot out of the rough – as long as you can see at least half the ball. See how you can do it!
One of the great parts about being a Myrtle Beach Golf Passport member is that the fun and discounts don’t stop once you leave the golf course. No matter what day of the week it is, there is fresh entertainment to check out or a delicious restaurant to hit up with the Passport’s fantastic list of Member Benefits. One great benefit in the dining category is 10 percent of your total check at Sam Snead’s Oak Grill & Tavern.
With all the different types of putting grips that have become part of the game, choosing the one that’s right for you can be a challenge. Let Allen Terrell of the Dustin Johnson Golf School at TPC Myrtle Beach alleviate any confusion and offer you a simple option, as he does in this quick video.
A Myrtle Beach Golf Passport grants discounted access to the best courses on the Grand Strand for both locals and extended stayers. But what about when the sun goes down? Everyone knows the nightlife is bumping in Myrtle Beach, but you may not know that the Passport can hook you up off the golf course also. That’s because one of our fantastic membership benefits gets passport holders FREE admission to Oz nightclub in Celebrity Square at Broadway at the Beach.
Tired of chunking or blading chip shots from tightly mown areas? Stuart Clark from the Steve Dresser Golf Academy is here to show you how to hit different wedges from around the green!
Steve Dresser of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club shows us how a simple take-home drill involving two clubs, and very little room needed to do it, can help improve your swing turn.
Eddie Young of the Classic Swing Golf School at Legends Golf Resort in Myrtle Beach, S.C. shows us how to overcome the "arc swing" that prevents the putter face from finishing square to the target.
Tired of three-putting? Tired of missing the easy putts?
Everyone wants to have a more powerful golf swing and get a few extra yards off the tee. The problem is, there are so many different answers to creating a more powerful golf swing. We tracked down one of Myrtle Beach’s top teaching professionals, Ted Frick from the Classic Swing Golf School, to get his favorite tip for a more powerful golf swing.
In this informative video, Steve Dresser of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy in Pawleys Island, S.C. shows us how a simple homemade device can become an important part of your practice routine. It’s called a descent board; see how Steve suggests you use it for maximum effectiveness.
As several Grand Strand-area courses have resurfaced their greens in summer 2018 with new turf, the choice among many – including International Club, Diamondback at Woodland Valley, Myrtlewood-PineHills, Sandpiper Bay, Tradition Club and Brick Landing – has been Sunday UltraDwarf Bermudagrass.
In this video, Steve Dresser of the Steve Dresser Golf Academy at True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island, S.C. shows us how he uses a common childhood toy to help reinforce a better swing path.
The thin golf shot – many have probably struggled with this at one point. It can be very frustrating and can ruin your day quickly. But, with the help of this quick tip from local teaching professional Ted Frick, you should start to see improvement in your game.
Oyster Bay has been among Myrtle Beach’s best and most popular courses since its opening in 1983, and it’s as good now as it has ever been.
Surrounded by some of the area’s most prominent courses in Pawleys Island, Tradition Golf Club has earned its reputation as one of the area’s quiet stars.