Safe Practices for Golf Training

Safe Practices for Golf Training

Starting a new training regimen or practice routine can be intimidating both physically and mentally. Here are seven tips to help you next time you hit the gym or golf course, including safe practices for golf training. Stay Hydrated Drinking a lot of water is very crucial and good for the body. If you’re working out, are on the golf course, doing a marathon or triathlon, choose drinks that replace

Summer Camp at GNCGA

Summer camp is something that everyone should experience at least once in their life. It’s a time to make lifelong friendships and memories with people around the world that will last a lifetime. Greg Norman Champions Golf Academy provides many summer camp options to fit your needs. To make the best of your summer camp at GNCGA, here are a couple of things you should know: We Love Golf Our

Diaz replaces Mickelson for U.S. Open

It’s official! Roberto Diaz was the first alternate on the 117th Ceremony of the U.S. Open in Erin Hills, Wisconsin list and will officially replace Phil Mickelson. Diaz of Veracruz, Mexico is the highest-ranked Mexican player in the world golf rankings at number 396.  Mickelson officially withdrew Thursday morning in order to attend his daughter Amanda’s graduation in Carlsbad, California. Diaz, 30, will tee off this afternoon, June 15th, 2017

College Golf: Accepting Scholarships

Verbal commitments are growing in popularity for the NCAA Division I and Division II colleges, and athletes need to understand what they mean. Verbal commitments are a nonbinding scholarship agreement between an athlete and a coach. Here is some helpful advice for accepting the scholarship to a college of your choice. Contact is Crucial College Golf: Accepting Scholarships. A critical component to lock in your scholarship placement is to continue

Playing College Golf: Getting Coaches Attention

If you want to play college golf and earn an athletic scholarship you will have to reach out and contact coaches proactively. Coaches typically cannot call or email you until July 1st which is after your Junior year of high school. Most coaches find out about potential college recruits when the athlete contacts them directly. Recruiting can be processed through online profiles and recruiting services. In addition, before they can