At GGGA, we believe rest and recovery contribute to a quality training program, and we provide our students with a safe, caring and nurturing environment that helps them feel at home.
Students live in luxurious condos, all of which are furnished with modern amenities and appliances including wireless internet, cable television, washers and dryers. Rooms are double occupancy and students are overseen by GGGA houseparents, who look after and care for each of our students.
Housing is one of the most important elements of attending a junior golf academy. Students interact closely with fellow students and their houseparents allowing for a fun and family-oriented environment.
Whether it’s students in the Full-Time Junior Program, Post Graduate Program or summer and winter golf camps, all of our students enjoy our distinguished accommodations that make GGGA feel like your home away from home!
My experience at GGGA changed my life. It allowed me to chase my dream of becoming a college golfer. As a Post-Graduate, I was able to focus on my game everyday with the most motivated and best coaches in the country. The most important lesson I learned at the academy was how to win. I won two FCWT events in my year at GGGA!
Gary is great at coaching all aspects of the game: swing, short game, mental training and on course. In the beginning everybody was so nervous and worried about me and Gary was the one to tell everyone to be patient and that gave me time to learn. Being taught by Gary is not just only being like good coach but good friend.
I’ve known Gary forever, I just think it’s a great fit. I love the way he teaches the game, love the way he gets in and can show me, and he’s definitely made it very fun for me. We have made a lot of changes, but they’re worth it, and I believe in it.
“I improved about 10-15 strokes when I came here and all the coaches are professional and the most important thing is Gary comes to check us out everyday and for me that’s a privilege, because he inspires me in everything I do, not only in golf, but in life.”