Today’s game requires top physical and mental conditioning to effectively compete at the highest level. Our program is designed to address the golf-specific needs of junior players looking to maximize their golf skills.
Heritage Academy is dedicated to providing progressive differentiated instruction for students who are pursuing an extra-curricular passion, fostering within them responsibility, motivation for learning, and personal dignity.
“The Residential Life at IJGA is awesome for when you go to college because you are away from your family and you’re a little bit on your own, which is a good start. And the friends are awesome – you get to meet people from all over the world and from different cultures and the best part is that IJGA is just one big family. My parents are really proud of me that I’m going to Texas A&M. They’ve said I’ve matured a lot since first going to the academy. Now that I’ve been on my own, they know I can handle myself when I go to college.” – Mickey Werenski, Class of 2013 and Texas A&M University Commit
IJGA full-time programs combine training, academics and competition for serious golfers. Athletes in grades 5-12 are enrolled for a full academic year running from mid-August to late May. Applications are now being accepted. Space is limited.
Call us now for dates in 2014. Your IJGA weekend program will focus on swing, short-game, putting, and course management and also includes two days of individualized instruction, daily meals and housing with on-campus residential instructors.
Get more from your winter break! Holiday programs focus on swing, short-game, putting, and course management and include three days of individualized instruction, daily meals, and housing with on-campus residential instructors. Starting December 27, 2014.
Get a full semester of training in just 10 weeks! Students work with Certified IJGA coaches on all aspects of their game as well as receive college placement assistance and both mental and physical training to maximize their potential game.
Placing outside of the top-10 at the Puerto Rico Classic might not have been the finish IJGA alum, Richard Werenski, imagined, but playing in favor of team success was a task he was fully prepared for. The three-round tournament held […]
IJGA class of 2010 alum, Stephanie Meadow, returns to Long Cove Club in Hilton Head Island, S.C., to help defend University of Alabama’s team title at the 2014 Darius Rucker Intercollegiate. Meadow returns from a third-place finish in the 2013 Darius […]
Oakley and IJGA partner to provide students market-leading eyewear The beginning of 2014 introduced a new partnership between IJGA and Oakley. Oakley is now the official eyewear of the IJGA and our students are eligible to receive large […]
“I just think that the IJGA has been a godsend, really. When he came the first year he was in the eighth grade and it was the first time he was away from home. I think it was harder on me than him, but he had great house parents. They treated all the kids like they were their own and made it like a family atmosphere. That environment made me feel more comfortable with him being at the academy by himself. And I think it made him feel better too!” – Christy Dietrich, Parent of Ben Dietrich (Class of 2013 and University of South Carolina Commit)
IJGA trains junior golfers for success in tournament golf and beyond. We are the only academy in the world that combines training, academics, and competition. Our supportive, competitive environment develops students' commitment, goal setting and work ethic to impact their academics, golf, and future endeavors.