The USGA is currently in the process of simplifying the rules of golf in the hopes that all of us will have a better understanding of the rules and an easier time applying the rules when playing or teaching the game. At this point, golfers worldwide have provided their feedback on the proposed rule changes, and the USGA is reviewing that feedback before they release the new rules in mid-2018.
I’ve carved out a happy and accomplished career teaching the game of golf, so I thought I’d share a few insights to help you decide if you have what it takes to become a golf instructor. Use this checklist of skills and business considerations as you make your decision to pursue a career as a golf instructor.
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.
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.
In 1999, Congress adopted resolutions designating the month of May National Military Appreciation Month. As befitting to the men and women who serve our country, this month honors their service and sacrifices, and includes six national observances, including Memorial Day, Loyalty Day and Military Spouse Appreciation Day.
It’s golf season! Across our campuses, our golf teams have been competing in spring National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) Tournaments. The results, we are pleased to report, have been impressive.