South Jersey Golf Schools

South Jersey Golf Schools

5.0 (1)
3 hires on
3 employees
42 years in business

About this pro

The South Jersey Golf Schools started in 1980 with just one camp.  In 1992, the SJGS moved to Somerton Springs South Jersey Golf Campus, now called the Big Swing Golf Center.  By 1996, this facility was acclaimed as one of the country's top 88 driving ranges by the Golf Range Associations of America.  Now after over a decade later, the South Jersey Golf Schools are back!

Today, we offer a vast array of instructional programs helping you enjoy the game more while improving scores. Our staff consists of the area's finest instructors. Our staff specializes in working with players of all ages and abilities. This year marks another exciting year for the SJGS Director, Bob Cardea.  He is thrilled to be back at the same place his father, Dr. Don Cardea helped build nearly 20 years ago.

Coach Cardea is the 7-time Coach of the Year, leading the Scarlet Raptors to 9 NEAC Conference Championships, and NCAA Finals appearances.  In 2019, Rutgers University at Camden finished 16th in the Nation.  Bob is also the Rutgers University at Camden's 2 time Coach of the Year winner, and a fully certified Level III USGTF Golf Teaching Professional.  In addition, he has been the site director for numbers national organizations, competitions and programs including:  Chairman of the Mid-Atlantic GCAA/NCAA All American Selection Committee, LPGA Girls Golf Program, Re/Max Skills Challenge, and the Long Drivers of American (LDA) as seen on ESPN.

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Sewell, NJ 08080
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1 Review


  • Kevin Moffett

    Basic sound swing strategies which improved my accuracy and confidence in using clubs I avoided in the pass


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Unless the student comes to us wanting to work on a specific issue, we typically work with what the student brings to the table.  80% of all students have set up issues, so we will walk them through that process first.  However, not everyone is the same, so obviously the student's needs come first. 

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