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5 Ways to Get Into the Golf Industry

5 Ways to Get Into the Golf Industry

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 Announces National Roadshow Events

GAA Announces Roadshows: Instructor on Course

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.

Why Veterans Choose Golf Academy of America

Why Veterans Choose Golf Academy of America

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.

Golf Academy of America Competes in Spring 2017 NCCGA Tournaments

GAA Competes in Spring 2017 NCCGA Tournaments

The warmer weather, the long days and the green grass mean one thing to us at Golf Academy of America: 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.

GAA Partners with Graduate Marc Solomon’s Golf Made Simple

GAA Partners with Golf Made Simple

“Do what you love, and you’ll be successful at it.”

This was the advice that Marc Solomon’s father gave him — and Solomon took it to heart. He loved golf, so he enrolled in Golf Academy of America in Orlando. More than two decades later, he is proving his father right.

How important is green reading in putting?

How important is green reading in putting?

Let’s face it, everyone would like to play better golf. The question is, with all of the new technology available to the public, is it worth your time and dollars?

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