Behind The Spots – Tanner Horstmeyer
Behind The Spots – Sebastiaan Slooff
Veteran Golf Students and Others Play to Honor Veterans Day
On Veterans Day, 2012 in Dallas, Texas, five golfers from Golf Academy of America arrived at Luna Vista Golf Course. The faculty and students were there for "a quick 36" holes to honor the men and women of the armed forces—both veterans and active service members. The all-day event was called "Patriots Under Par" and proceeds from fundraising around the golf outing went to the Wounded Warrior Project.
GAA – Glass Ceiling
Ranking high on the list of insane golf trick shots circulating the Internet these days is one by students at the Golf Academy of America in Orlando. In this video, six guys putt at the same time, miraculously sinking the balls one after another.
The students are Joseph Gauthier, John Whitney, Aaron Kosh, Douglas McNaughton, Kyle Copeland and Zach Fuller.
The now-famous clip has made its way around the blogosphere and was even named the "Best Available Video" by ESPN Radio's Scott Van Pelt and Ryan Russillo.
Phoenix Campus Director Eberlein talks high-tech golf on TV
Tim Eberlein, PGA Master Professional, Campus Director for Golf Academy of America in Phoenix, recently hosted Phoenix's ABC-15 reporter Brandon Hamilton on campus to discuss the high-tech golf training gear that helps students improve their game.
Golf Academy of America WBAP Radio Spot
Hear Campus Director Greg Gossett talk about the Dallas campus with WBAP radio.
GAA – Corporate Ladder
For a career in golf, earn a golf degree at the Golf Academy of America, the largest and oldest two–year golf college in the world.
GAA — Morning Drive
With over 45 PGA Professional instructors, our 16--month golf degree program balances classroom studies and golf training, preparing students to win in the game and the business of golf.
GAA – You Drive
For golf career, attend America's premier golf college - Golf Academy of America.
11/11/11 Veterans Day at GAA!
Interview with Golf Academy student Mark Chapman played 11 rounds of golf in 11 hours to benefit Salute Military Golf Association on November 11, 2011.
Veteran plays 11 rounds on 11-11-11 in under 11 hours
WPDE News Channel 15: Golf Academy student Mark Chapman played 11 rounds of golf in 11 hours to benefit Salute Military Golf Association on November 11, 2011.
Golf Academy of America drives students into the golf world
Mark Davenport, the reporter from WCSC-TV in Charleston, S.C., provided this YouTube link to the story he produced on September 21, 2011
GAA – Accredited Golf College
Golf Academy of America is an ACICS-accredited educational institution offering a combined curriculum of golf instruction and golf business management.
Eric Busto – Student and Marine Corps Veteran
"I had a strong level of desire to become involved in the golf industry, I just did not know how to get there. I'm graduating very soon. I have a job that's waiting for me. Life couldn't get any better."
Scott Roland – GolfTec Teaching Professional
"The golf industry was certainly my passion, and the Golf Academy of America led me to my passion."
Chuck Thiry – Brand Manager – Cleveland Golf
"The Golf Academy of America opened my eyes to all these different avenues that the industry had, because golf is not only a sport, but it's also a very large industry."
Golf jobs subject of TV interview with Fred Barr of Phoenix
"We take our students from the classroom to the marketplace with success," said Fred Barr, PGA, during an on-air conversation with Phoenix's ABC-15 reporter Brandon Hamilton. Mr. Barr is Career Services Director for Golf Academy of America in Phoenix.