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Berkeley Hall

2013 GRAA Top 50 Golf Range / Private Facilities

Berkeley Hall

Matt Presnell, PGA director of golf

366 Good Hope Road

Bluffton, SC 29909

1-843-815-8423

http://www.berkeleyhallclub.com

mpresnell@berkeleyhallclub.com

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Facility Amenities:

  • Grass Tees (25-Pracitice Tee/24-Learning Center/5-Covershot/3-Wedge Tee/4-Private Instruction/7 acres of short game area)
  • Bays with Mats (4)
  • Accurate Yardage Measurements on Tees to Targets
  • Short Game Practice Area
  • Lighting for Night Use
  • Synthetic Putting Green
  • Grass Putting Green
  • Covered Areas

Additional Amenities:

  • Heated Bays (4)
  • Pro Shop (1,600 Sq. Ft.)
  • Indoor Simulator
  • Ball Flight Monitor

Type of Range Targets:

  • Flags
  • Bunkers
  • Built-up Greens
  • Water Hazards
  • Fairway Cuts
  • Sand Target Greens and Wedge Tee

Instruction provided.

Number of PGA Professional Instructors: 5

Number of LPGA Professional Instructors: 1

Clubfitting services provided.

Total number of visits to range per year: 50,000+

Number of range balls dispensed on range per year: 750,000

Number of range balls in inventory: 17,000

New balls are acquired: Bi-Annually

A list of technologies used in instruction: Ball Flight Monitor, Trackman and Swing Catalyst

Best range promotion: We offer 2 Free Complimentary Swing Clinics Each Week. Host Corporate Clinics throughout the year. We utilize our practice tee and Learning Center to not only grow the game but also as an amenity to Berkeley Hall that sets us apart from other private communities.

Host of The Players Amateur – www.playersam.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2KxRB3Y1_c
Andrew Rice – Director of Instruction promotes Berkeley Hall with social media and his website
http://www.andrewricegolf.com/berkeley-hall/

Special programs: Berkeley Hall hosts our Charity Cup each year which helps many local community programs – The Bluffton Boy and Girls Club, Bluffton Self Help, Citizens Opposed to Domestic Violence (CODV) and the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, Wounded Warriors, and others. Each year the event raises over $100,000 for our local charities.