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Should Junior Golfers Participate in Tournaments?

As your young golfer continues to develop his or her skills, you will inevitably reach the time as a parent when you must decide if he or she is old enough to start competing. You definitely do not want to burn your child out with one golf training session after another, but it is also…
Performance Center Views

IJGA’s new Performance Center developing quickly

The International Junior Golf Academy (IJGA) has begun an ambitious program to upgrade and expand its teaching facilities. One of the first moves in this campaign is the creation of a new Performance Center at the Old Carolina campus. Construction is well under way with the exterior being mostly completed and interior fitting in progress.…
Angela & Sera LCJ 2017

Great Week for IJGA Students on the Tournament Trail

The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) hosted the inaugural Lowcountry Junior Golf Tournament at Wexford Plantation on Hilton Head Island this past weekend and IJGA students found great success. Angela Wang (Wint Phoo Nadi Aung) won the Girls Division after a playoff with fellow IJGA senior Sera Tadokoro. Sera played an excellent second round to…
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Fuel Your Game

Junior golfers often play a great round for fourteen or fifteen holes only to have their game fall off at the end. Sometimes it’s poor course management and sometimes a player’s swing just lets them down when something like this happens. If this becomes a common occurrence for a player, however, there may be another…
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