The Sorenstam Academy
The Sorenstam Academy
Welcome to the Sorenstam Academy and its home at the nationally renowned Charlotte Harbor National Golf Club!
The Sorenstam Academy operates under one daily mission: Helping golfers better!
We invoke a holistic approach to swing analysis, providing full-on assessments with fundamentals, tempo, fitness and equipment. We’re also happy to offer continual feedback with our valued customers, whose initial skill levels range from beginner or aspiring junior … to avid amateur or active professional.
The Sorenstam Academy will soon unveil plans for a state-of-the-art facility at Charlotte Harbor National, featuring technological advancements such as Trackman, Swing Catalyst (video analysis), SAM Puttlab and customized-fitting carts. Our workout facility will also be equipped with Cable Crossover machines, medicine balls, resistance bands and a stretching area.
"I Saw Immediate Improvement On the Course."
The new complex will also feature two weather-protected hitting bays, open year-round.
This all-encompassing, hyper-focused approach to mental, physical and golf fitness shall work wonders with every Academy client, as we work tirelessly to unlock each player’s full potential on the course.
The Sorenstam Academy at Charlotte Harbor National Golf Club is now open and offers individual lessons and group clinics. For more information, or to schedule a lesson, please call Charlotte Harbor National Golf Club at (941) 429 0500 or email Charlotta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Charlotta Sörenstam enjoyed an 11-year professional career with the LPGA (1997-2006) and Ladies European Tour (1995-96), highlighted by her victory at the LPGA Tour’s Standard Register PING tournament in 2000.
In 1996, Charlotta finished second at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn exempt status for the LPGA’s 1997 campaign. In 1998, Sörenstam recorded 15 top-20 finishes, including a season-best tie for second at the Friendly’s Classic. She capped that terrific season by making her first European Solheim Cup team.
The year 2000 season was particularly great for Sörenstam:
• She was among the seven first-time winners from the Rolex World Golf Rankings, eclipsing Karrie Webb and Charlotta’s Hall of Fame sister, Annika Sörenstam, to capture the Standard Register PING tourney trophy.
• For that same tournament, Charlotta posted her career-low round of 64 (Day 2).
• Sörenstam officially crossed the $1 million mark in career earnings, coinciding with her strong finish at the Arch Wireless Championship.
Upon retirement, Charlotta got involved in teaching, becoming a decade-long instructor at the Annika Academy at Reunion Resort, just outside of Orlando, Fla. During the first two years of working at the Academy, Charlotta also competed on the LPGA Tour.
A few years later, Sörenstam also competed in the 2018 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
Charlotta currently serves as the Director of Instruction at The Sorenstam Academy, located at Charlotte Harbor National Golf Club. She also presides over various ‘Grow The Game’ initiatives.
Sörenstam’s decorated amateur career launched in her native Sweden, representing the country’s national squad for seven years.
During this stretch, Charlotta experienced great success as an individual (1992 Angso Ladies Open winner) and team champion (1993 European Team Championship). In 1993, Sörenstam made the most of her lone academic season at the University of Texas, earning All-America honors and winning the women’s NCAA individual championship.