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October 10, 2018

This innovative youth sports franchise model is re-shaping the way we teach and grow the game at the grassroots level.  What started in 2003 with love for both a kid sister and for golf has guided TGA Premier Golf to a pathway that will introduce a million more kids to the game. Joshua Jacobs, CEO […]

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September 10, 2018

The Motor City and its large metropolitan area is a place where the game of golf is growing thanks in part to TGA Premier Golf (TGA). Southeast Michigan is one of over 60 markets across the a country where thousands of youth are in full swing with TGA golf programs through its introductory after-school and […]

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August 16, 2018

TGA Premier Golf is building a path to shape future participation in golf. One of the game’s leading introductory golf programs, TGA (Teach, Grow, Achieve) is seeking to make a difference through its after-school golf enrichment programs and, perhaps just as importantly, what happens next. In an industry that’s been seeking a clear road map for junior […]

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May 16, 2018

El Segundo, CA – What started with love for a kid sister and the sport of golf in 2003, has TGA Premier Golf (TGA) currently on a pathway to introduce a million kids to the game. Joshua Jacobs, CEO of TGA and former collegiate golfer at Emory University, recently graduated and was in the business […]

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April 24, 2018

By Darren Hore With a business that spans Sault Ste. Marie and Greater Sudbury, Ont., I am Canada’s first and currently only franchisee for Teach-Grow-Achieve (TGA) Premier Sports, which takes a unique approach to children’s sports instruction. I divide my time between tennis and golf enrichment programming, which my franchise brings to local schools and […]

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March 31, 2018

THE BUZZ is a quarterly roundup of all things TGA, including news, awards, accolades, and articles about the business. Entrepreneur TGA Premier Team Sports named to Top New Franchises TGA Premier Tennis recognized on Entrepreneur’s elite Franchise 500® TGA Premier Golf, TGA Premier Tennis, and TGA Premier Team Sports included in Top Franchise Category: Child Enrichment […]

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March 29, 2018

At the 2018 Annual Meeting, Katrina Adams and Gordon Smith of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) said they wanted programs that are, “accessible, bold, innovative, think outside the box, that collaborate with schools and parks and recreation locations, that pump new blood into the tennis ecosystem and that are self sustaining.” Perhaps they were […]

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March 15, 2018

TGA’s supplier relationships leverage purchase power of goods and services necessary to run the TGA business. Every franchise owner gets the benefit of preferred rates TGA has secured through economies of scale affording franchises lower start-up and on-going overhead costs. HEAD PENN Racquet Sports is the newest partner to join the TGA family, becoming the official tennis ball for all TGA programs. […]

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March 6, 2018

For 30 years USPTA Professional Mike Owens was directly involved in the club and tennis business helping to grow the sport through a successful operations and coaching career. In 2017, he went looking for a new career opportunity in the sport he loves and discovered a business opportunity where entrepreneurialism is changing the landscape of […]

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November 19, 2017

TGA Premier Golf founder Josh Jacobs and his TGA franchisees are not only continuing to spread the gospel of golf by “fishing where the fish are” but they’ve also figured out a way to have those new congregants pay for the introduction. Perhaps just as importantly, given golf’s apparent problem in luring Millennials into the […]

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