When you enroll in golf college, it is important to make sure you have everything you need in order to achieve success. While you are double-checking your bags and clubs, it is equally important to remember that golf schools also want you to bring the right attitude, mindset and spirit to the field and to the classroom. This list from Golf Academy of America can help you be poised to tee off to a good start.
Many golfers spend a lot of money on different methods to help improve their swing. One option that many often lean toward is improving or changing a their golf equipment.
A proper golf club fitting has the potential to make or break a player’s swing and overall game. Club fitting is both an art and a science. To be among the best club fitters, your analysis when assessing a player’s swing and their equipment must be up to par.
Eddie Brown wasn’t particularly interested in majoring in any of his classes in college. But the more he learned about the golf industry, the more it appealed to him. He began his journey into the golf industry working at a golf merchandise location in Hilton Head, South Carolina in the late 1980s. He soon met a PGA Tour player who was starting a golf management company, and that friend offered him a position as the first assistant with the Hampton Club on St. Simons Island, Georgia.
Golf Academy of America is proud to announce its list of 2018 Top 100 Alumni. The list was created to mark the 44th year of the school’s operation and to highlight the achievements of those alumni that have taken their knowledge of the golf industry and used it to build successful and rewarding careers around their favorite sport.
Enrolling in Golf Academy of America is an important first step to launching a career in the golf industry. But what exactly should students and their families expect from their golf college experience?
Those who play golf seriously are keenly aware that an integral part of the game is taking care of your body. Just ask Tiger Woods, whose collection of injuries over the years rivals his collection of wins. In addition to causing him intense discomfort and pain, his ailments often prevented him from playing golf altogether.
In golf, there are many misconceptions and old wives’ tales — things that golfers, particularly new golfers, often believe to be true. Many of these beliefs are false and can actually harm your play or overall golf experience.
One of the things students love about attending Golf Academy of America is the access they have to current golf technology.
Whether you want more information on your own swing or want to learn how to help others kick their game into gear, the technology lab at Golf Academy of America is outfitted with the equipment you can use to get a read on your playing ability and also learn how to use technology as a professional working in the golf industry.
When Shotmakers premiered on the Golf Channel this spring, 18 players — nine co-ed teams — were vying to win the competition. Two of these competitors happened to be graduates of Golf Academy of America.
Nathan Grafe grew up playing golf, and he always knew he loved the game — but he never had a golf professional look at his swing. Finally, when he was a teenager, he decided it was time to get some feedback from an expert. He hopped in his car and drove to his first professional golf lesson.