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The WGJA curriculum is designed with a focus on coaching, practice, and training, which includes fundamental development in all areas of the game: full swing, short game proficiency, putting, bunker play, course management and mental techniques. It is our goal to identify the strengths and weaknesses of each golfer. The instructors will teach them how to best utilize their strengths, while giving them tools to help improve their troubled areas.

Golfers will be exposed to the following activities throughout the 6 week practice session:

  • Practice stations and drills
  • Full swing fundamental work
  • Short game fundamentals
  • Challenges and contests
  • Tournament strategy and preparation
  • Synergy of a group practice and the competition that comes with this
  • How to manage and maximize practice time (if you have a limited amount of time to practice, what drills should you be working on to become a better golfer)
  • There will always be a 5:1 golfer to instructor ratio at each session.

There is a different focus on training and activities throughout the year. This strategy will give each player the best opportunity to perform during his/her high school/fall season, and/or rigorous summer schedule. Additionally, it minimizes the risk of burn out and injury.