The ESPN golf schools arrange many types of golf training programs and are considered to be amongst the best golf schools in
the United States of America. People are invited to enroll themselves for the courses and some of the programs are arranged on tour pattern.
The ESPN golf schools offer different golf training courses. The 3-club tour is arranged to teach the use of drivers, putters and wedges with more accuracy. Beginner’s tour is for the junior golfers, power tour is a one day program entitled for training to drive a ball to a longer distance, three day resort tour offers training to all golf enthusiasts and Hank Haney Signature School offers instruction from Hank Haney, one of the best golf teachers. The training courses are managed by professionals and various contests are held during the training tours, where the students can participate. These tour courses are organized on best golf courses across the nation. Some of the golf clubs and courses where ESPN golf school programs are organized are given below.
1. Badlands Golf Club The Badlands Golf Club is located in the southern Nevada, Las Vegas and has been voted the best desert course in Las Vegas. The course has been designed by Johnny Miller and Chi Chi Rodriguez. The golf club is set against the Red Rock Canyon and offers 27 holes. It has 4 sets of tees and this makes it comfortable for beginners and seasoned golfers alike. The golf club offers practice facilities including a 16 station driving range and putting and chipping greens. The aspirants can unwind and relax at the Badlands clubhouse.
2. Harmony Golf Preserve- Harmony, Florida Harmony Golf preserve is one amongst the best places to play and is the only Johnny Miller Signature designed course in the Orlando area. The nearest regional airport to reach the place is the Orlando International Airport. The course features an 18-hole design that plays 7,428 yards for a par of 72 from the longest tee. It has a course rating of 73.1 and a slope rating of 136.
3. The Divide Golf Club The Divide Golf Club opened in 1995 and features a traditional 18-hole golf course designed by John Casell, II. The course offers Bermuda fairways and large bent grass greens which challenge the golfers of all skill levels. The club is located in both Mecklenburg and Union Counties and that is where it derives its name (The Divide) from.