For the second consecutive year, the Dustin Johnson Golf School at TPC Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina has earned an elite achievement from the game’s leading publication.
Golf Digest has released its 2020 Editors’ choice list of “Best Golf Schools & Academies,” and the Dustin Johnson Golf School is included among 24 of the nation’s top-rated institutions of higher golf learning. It has earned a prominent place alongside such renowned facilities as the Michael Breed Golf Academy (New York), Dave Pelz Golf Schools (Texas) and the PGA Tour Performance Center at TPC Sawgrass (Florida).
The school’s most recent accolade is its second of 2020 from Golf Digest. Earlier, Dustin Johnson Golf School Director of Coaching Allen Terrell was included among South Carolina’s honorees in the magazine’s “Best Teachers in Your State” list for 2019-2020.
“Making the Golf Digest’s list is both humbling and deeply rewarding for me and our staff,” said Terrell. “We are so fortunate to have TPC Myrtle Beach and its parent company, Founders Group International, on our team. Such accolades, along with seeing first-hand the enormous strides our students are able to make in their games, continue to inspire us to provide exceptional, world-class instruction that will keep us top-of-mind among America’s leading golf schools for years to come.”
The Dustin Johnson Golf School joins two other Southeast region golf schools in returning to Golf Digest’s “Best Golf Schools” list for 2020: the Tommy Cuthbert Golf Learning Center at Kiawah Island Golf Resort in Charleston, South Carolina, and the Sea Island Golf Performance Center in St. Simons Island, Georgia.