Our students have the opportunity to train with our amazing coaches. We interviewed coach, Tyler Foust, so that you can see the amazing individuals that work with our students. Check out Tyler’s interview below! Also, you can read Tyler’s bio here. Watch his interview:
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Christmas break is over and the new year has begun. With the first tournament of 2018 coming up next weekend, the students have quickly shifted back to golf mode. As the students are finishing up their first week back to the academy on the golf course, there are new faces. We enjoy having new students and are excited to announce they will be joining us for the spring semester, as
“There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure”, said Colin Powell. As we read that sentence, we think about success and everything that is incorporated in it to make it so wonderful. Our students have been putting in a lot of hours on the putting green and course to help prepare themselves for tournaments. At GNCGA, our students give it their all everyday and
Bobby Jones once said, “ I never learned anything from a match that I won.” That quote resonated with most of our full time students, following their return from their tournament in Spain. Prior to the Global Junior Golf Evolve Spanish Junior Championship in Tarragona, Spain, our students have had a pretty successful tournament season. The Academy brought home several wins in both Myrtle Beach and in Hilton Head.
Our full time students are off to a great start this tournament season. This past weekend our students competed in the Hilton Head Junior Shootout in Hardeeville, SC. Our students brought home three placing awards: Fabricio took first in the 15-18 division, Angel took first in the 14-15 division and Jose took third in the 11-13 division. Coming off of two first place wins in the Myrtle Beach Junior Open,
The Greg Norman Champions Golf Academy is home to many junior golfers from all over the world. These young golfers come to the academy in hopes of improving their golf game and furthering their chance of playing collegiate golf. The transition to an American lifestyle, more specifically the academy lifestyle, is different for each student. For full time student, Angel Guerra, the academy lifestyle was easy to adapt to, due
After being awarded the most improved tournament in 2016, Greg Norman Champions Golf Academy (GNCGA) located in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, was excited to host their annual AJGA tournament. GNCGA recently hosted their fourth annual tournament which took place August 6th-10th, 2017. The AJGA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through