Golf Academy of America, is proud to announce its partnership with the Veteran Golfers Association (VGA), a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the game of golf to veterans and their family members. Both organizations will work together on a series of golfing events throughout the year and support each other’s missions.
It all started in 2008. Brendon Elliott, director of Career Development at Golf Academy of America in Orlando, was looking to enroll his four-year-old daughter in daycare. As he was poring over all the extracurricular offerings, he noticed that there was one activity missing from every program: golf. He raised it with the director of the daycare, who said that he thought it might be too complicated for children so young.
If you asked Daniel Plens what his proudest golf accomplishment was, he would tell you that it’s where he is today. After working as a head golf professional for six years, Plens recently accepted a general manager position at a golf club in his hometown.
Jacob Chandler, a student at Golf Academy of America in San Diego, has a jam-packed, golf-filled schedule, and he loves it. He’s getting ready to graduate, but until then, he’s soaking up all the knowledge he can from his instructors.
According to Golf Academy of America in Myrtle Beach Campus President Gene Augustine, it’s difficult to break your way into the golf industry. In a radio interview, Augustine detailed five of the best ways to get into the golf industry
Golf Academy of America is excited to announce that we will be hosting roadshow events around the country to inform prospective students about the benefits of attending golf college. The anticipated events will take place July 20-Aug. 10.
One day, when Jennifer Alexander was playing in an LPGA National Teaching Championship in Virginia, an LPGA member asked her if she had ever thought about starting an LPGA Girls Golf program. That simple question would alter the course of Alexander’s life and career.