The Greg Norman Champions Golf Academy Tour Player Programs provides professional players from the PGA, LPGA,, PGA Latinoamérica, and other tours, with the coaching and tools they need to train effectively during and between competitive seasons. GNCGA works with players to develop a personalized training program specifically designed to identify obstacles to continue growth as a player, maximize talent, and determine changes that need to be implemented in order to improve, succeed, and progress on Tour. Our golf instructors train each and every student who walks through our front door for any of our programs.

Juan Pablo Solis is from Morelia, Mexico. Solis studied at the University of South Carolina Aiken. He has been playing golf since he was 5 years old.  When we asked what he likes most about golf, he said that every day is different and you can always improve your game. He is a current member of the PGA Latinoamérica Tournament. On April 16-19 he played in the 84 Abierto OSDE del Centro in Córdoba Argentina and on May 28-31 he played in the Honduras Open presented by Indura Beach and Golf Resort. On June 12-14 he will play in Los Cabos for The Televisa Players Championship. He has worked hard to be where he is and GNCGA is very proud of him. He has won two professional tournaments. One being the PGA de México which was won in December 2013 and the other one at Coastal Players Tour. In 2007, he was named the Mexican Amateur Champion and held a score of 15 under par in a four day tournament and he was named the All American in college golf in 2009-2013. In the past, Solis has played the Bartram Trail Classic and the Hopkins Summer grove Classic. Keep up the good work JP!

Roberto Ballesteros is from Cordoba, Mexico. Ballesteros played in college at Coastal Carolina University. He has been playing golf since he was 4 years old. When we asked what he likes most about golf, he said the competition. He turned pro June of 2014. On April 16-19 he played in the Monday qualifier for the PGA Latinoamérica Tournament Tour, El Bosque Mexico Championship. After that he played in the Monday qualifier in Panama for the PGA Latinoamérica Tournament. He is working hard to play in as many events as he can from the PGA de México Tour. On June 4-7 he played in the PGAM Tecate Tour at Atlas CC in Guadalajara, Mexico and on June 12-14 he will also play in Los Cabos for The Televisa Players Championship, along with Juan Pablo. As a junior golfer, Ballesteros has won many national events in Mexico. Ballesteros finished 7th in the Toyota Junior World Championship in Japan, when he was 9 years old he finished 3rd in the Junior World Championship in San Diego and when he was 15 years old he finished 2nd in the Optimist Tournament. Stay positive Ballesteros and bring home a professional win!

If you would like nine months of intense training that focuses on golf instruction, sports psychology, physical fitness and college placement then check out our post graduate program! This program was designed to prepare young players for collegiate golf and beyond. It gives individuals between the ages of 17 to 21 an extra year to improve their golf game in order to compete effectively on the collegiate level without losing a year of eligibility or to become a professional tour player. This program starts in August and ends in May. Special emphasis is placed on the transition to the collegiate or tour level.

“GNCGA has been a great place to work on my golf game. I can focus on golf while also improving my fitness. It is a lot of fun and I’ve had the chance to meet a lot of nice interesting people.”- James Levere, Post Graduate Student from September 2014-June 2015

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