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We believe sports change lives

TGA Programs combine athletics, academics, and life lessons

Cheer, dance, stunt, and tumble!

Discover how fun and exciting cheerleading can be with TGA

Pass, catch, run, and defend!

Discover how fun and exciting flag football can be with TGA

Dribble, pass, shoot, and defend!

Discover how fun and exciting floor hockey can be with TGA

Cradle, pass, catch, and defend!

Discover how fun and exciting lacrosse can be with TGA

Mark, catch, and throw!

Discover how fun and exciting Ultimate Frisbee can be with TGA

Serve, set, block, and spike!

Discover how fun and exciting volleyball can be with TGA

Swing, volley, and serve!

Discover how fun and exciting tennis can be with TGA

Drive, chip, and putt!

Discover how fun and exciting golf can be with TGA

TGA Blog


October 25, 2019

TGA chapters helps kids advance as they grow TGA Premier Sports’ unique Player Pathways allow children to take their athletic skills to the next level. TGA Chapter Director and the Southern California PGA Section’s Director of Player Development Anthony Leone is a wonderful example of how these pathways can be developed successfully. TGA parents appreciate […]

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October 24, 2019

In November many of us think about Thanksgiving and football! We challenge you to ‘Keep Playing’ and get your family active this Thanksgiving after your meal, and in-between football games. If your child has gone through a TGA flag football program, then let them lead the way! All you really need is a football, and […]

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October 20, 2019

Is your child ready to practice at home and take their skills outside the classroom? Our belief that sports change lives goes beyond the length of the program, we encourage all of our families to keep playing. If you child needs their own golf clubs, or tennis racquets they are available from TGA for purchase. […]

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October 14, 2019

By Lisa Gillet It is inevitable that our kids ask for more, more candy, more toys, more time to play before bed, more hugs – those are the best and always a yes! However, more times than not we have to say, ‘No.’ But what would you say if your child wants to play more […]

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August 29, 2019

You’ve probably heard about STEAM by now from the news, your child’s school, your job, or even us at TGA. If you aren’t familiar with the term, it stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. We incorporate lessons into TGA programs to show students that these disciplines are all around us, especially in sports. Let’s look at one […]

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July 25, 2019

As students return to our programs session after session, we love seeing how their skills and understanding of the game advance. But we’re even prouder of the impact that playing sports with us has had on our students outside of the game. Check out a few of the stories we’ve heard recently from parents about […]

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May 25, 2019

GRACE AND KATELYN Our students from TGA Los Angeles continue to impress us every day by mastering new skills, helping their peers, practicing good sportsmanship, and many other inspiring accomplishments. Each month we will celebrate these achievements by shining a spotlight on an All Star student. Without further ado, our JUNE All STARS are.. Grace and […]

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May 17, 2019

If your child is preparing to hit the golf course this summer, you may not be sure what should go in their golf bag. TGA wants to help you and your child get the most out of this summer by giving you the ultimate cheat sheet on everything he or she will need to play […]

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April 24, 2019

Our students from TGA of Los Angeles continue to impress us every day by mastering new skills, helping their peers, practicing good sportsmanship, and many other inspiring accomplishments. Each month we will celebrate these achievements by shining a spotlight on an All Star student. Without further ado, our MAY All STAR is… Kaya ! During our […]

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April 23, 2019

Both the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Championship will once again take center stage on Memorial Day weekend. What started as a small niche sport, predominantly played by colleges located in the Northeast region of the country, has expanded to 70 (men’s) and 115 (women’s) member schools who compete in Division I. Men’s and women’s […]

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