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June 17, 2022

        Toss golf is a key component to TGA golf classes and is a perfect way to practice golf at home. The goal is to simulate golf swings, but instead of using a club and ball we use beanbags. It helps beginners understand the motions of the swing, can be played inside […]

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May 14, 2022

        Putting is one of the most important skills to learn in golf, and lucky for us it is the easiest to practice regardless of what space you have available to you! Watch this video for a few tips on how to practice putting at home.   Keep Playing!® With TGA From […]

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April 29, 2022

       Cornhole Chip is a fantastic, fun way to practice a key golf swing. You can play by yourself, or make a game out of it with your family! Watch the video for a demonstration and make sure to remember to have fun!   Keep Playing!® With TGA From introductory programs at […]

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April 26, 2022

    Click on the graphic below to download the activity and click here for the answer sheet.     Keep Playing!® With TGA From introductory programs at schools and community centers to recreational camps and leagues, each of our program offerings represents a step in our Player Pathway to help guide our parents. We […]

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August 30, 2021

    Golf is often thought of as an individual sport, but there are many formats to play as a team that your entire family can experience together!   The most common team game is a ‘Scramble’ that works with two-person teams. Each person hits a tee shot, and then the players decide which drive […]

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April 25, 2021

    The month of May is time to start getting ready for summer! One way to do that is by enjoying world class tennis and golf tournaments with your kids to get them excited for upcoming TGA camps! Watching professional athletes play and sharing in the excitement may also indicate their interest level for a […]

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January 20, 2021

Earlier this year Kevin Pon, an amateur golfer, made history when he recorded the first known condor on a par 6. To better understand this astronomical feat, let’s take a look at how scoring in golf works. SCORING – Any attempt to hit the ball with the club is called a stroke. Adding up all your strokes […]

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January 5, 2021

Whether you’re watching or playing golf, understanding the flow of the game allows newer participants to be fully engaged in the sport. Ben Ackley from North Carolina started taking golf lessons at just 5 years old, even playing with a plastic golf set before then given to him by his Nana and Papa. Dad has taken […]

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November 4, 2020

Golf Clubs: According to the U.S. Golf Association, a player can carry up to 14 clubs at a time. Now, most junior golfers won’t need more than a driver, a few irons, a wedge, and a putter. Players should use the clubs they’re most comfortable with, as long as it stays within the rules. If you’re […]

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October 13, 2020

  TIP: Keep your swing smooth by imagining you are sweeping the floor with the club head. Golfers carry different clubs in their bags to handle different types of shots. Driver and woods are used to hit the ball the longest distances, irons for middle distances, and wedges for shorter distances. They also must carry […]

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