Golf Schools in Charlotte

Charlotte Has Three Great Golf Schools, With One Nationall Ranked

Charlotte has become a bigger name on the golf scene in recent years thanks to the PGA adding a stop a Quail hollow, and even bringing a PGA Championship to town. There are several great golf courses around Charlotte, and there are even some great schools to better your game. The golf schools here offer instruction for all ages, from beginners to seasoned experts.

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Dana Rader Golf School, a Golf Channel Academy

Dana Rader Golf School
Dana Rader Golf School

13404 Ballantyne Corporate Place
Charlotte, NC 28277
704-542-7635

Selected as one of Golf magazine's "Top 25 Golf Schools in America," the Dana Rader Golf School is Charlotte's best institution for learning golf. In addition, Golf Digest ranked Dana as the 2015-2016 #1 golf teacher in North Carolina. The Rader school of golf focuses on fundamentals first, with the golf industry's top rated V-1 Pro Video Software Analysis and online swing analysis available and a premier training facility perfect for all ages.

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Leatherman Golf Learning Center

Leatherman Charlotte

 Courtesy of Leatherman Golf Learning Center

5845 S Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28217
704-527-1123

The Leatherman Golf Learning Center, located just south of Uptown Charlotte, has a state of the art facility with the instruction to back it up. The center has been open since 1999, and offers players of every skill level a chance to hone their skills from trained instructors. PGA. Class "A" Professional Chris Leatherman leads the way, and it's not hard to see why so many golfers in Charlotte choose Leatherman.

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Scott Fossum Golf School

Emerald Lake
Emerald Lake

9750 Tournament Drive
Matthews, NC  28104

From juniors to advanced golfers, from men to women, Scott Fossum has over two decade of experience teaching golf. Scott Fossum earned PGA Master Professional status in 2002, a status currently awarded to only 170 instructors nationwide. Lessons occur at Emerald Lake Golf Club in Matthews.

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