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Teach, Grow and Achieve with TGA Premier Golf

Golf promotes fitness

All programs include physical activity and muscle development

Golf is educational

Many lessons use math and science including scoring, distance and shot making

Golf builds life skills

Our programs promote respect, honesty, perseverance and sportsmanship

Golf is a life-long sport

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Drive, chip, and putt!

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TGA has parent-child events every spring and fall
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Check out our fall leagues, parent-child tournaments and after-school classes.  See the full schedule here

TGA Blog


October 1, 2019

TGA is proud to begin a new partnership with High Velocity Sports in Canton, a huge indoor facility that bills itself as “a fun, family-friendly place for soccer and a whole lot more.” We will be holding two six-week fall sessions on Wednesday evenings starting Oct. 9 — one class from 5:30-6:30 p.m., with a […]

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Former TGA students Lauren Timpf and Ryan O’Rourke turned in exceptional performances Sept. 14-15 to win their divisions in the prestigious GAM Invitational at Forest Akers in Lansing. Ryan won the boys 15-under division with rounds of 72-67, winning by an astounding 11 strokes over the state’s top junior players. Lauren, who was 12 during […]

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September 1, 2019

Our Sunday fall leagues at Somerset Park and Sycamore Hills/Rammler already are sold out and have significant wait lists, while our Saturday league scheduled for Maples in Novi had just a handful of registrations. So we decided to move the Saturday Maples league to Somerset Park in Troy, providing a centrally located option for people […]

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We are very proud that the number of former students who have become TGA coaches has grown to 52! Two former students are lead instructors — Mike Mercier (University of Michigan-Dearborn) and Jack Glover (Wayne State).  And 50 former TGA golfers are high school or college students who now work as assistant coaches (or coached […]

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Alex McCarthy, who won TGA’s first summer tournament at Somerset Park in Troy, finished the season with another victory at The Myth in Oakland Township. Here are the medalists: Ages 12-15 — Gold, Alex McCarthy 32. Silver, Alex Chang 35.  Bronze, Venetia Chap 36. Ages 9-11 — Gold, Hannah Wang 41; Silver, Brayden Zasada 43; […]

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August 1, 2019

More than 70 TGA students competed in local qualifiers for the national Drive, Chip and Putt competition, and 16 have advanced to the next round. Good luck to these high achievers in sub-regionals: Girls 7-9 — Abigail Schlotterer. Girls 10-11 — Kate Timpf Girls 12-13 — Sanya Singhal, Grace Zhang, Lauren Timpf Girls 14-15 — […]

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Evelyn Kensicki is one of those relentlessly positive people who brings a huge smile to every interaction — with family, friends, colleagues and strangers.  We are so fortunate that she has brought joy to so many TGA golfers. After retiring from the U.S. Post Office, Evelyn was still staying very busy teaching piano, taking pictures […]

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July 1, 2019

TGA coaches, former students and current students continue to excel in major tournaments.  Here are the latest highlights: State high school boys championships — Charlie Schuetze and Alex Blyth helped Grosse Pointe South finish second in Division I, while Colin Degnore and Spencer Lukas helped University Liggett finish second in Division 4. Colin tied for […]

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Brooks Koepka couldn’t quite win his third U.S. Open in a row, but 12-year-old Alex McCarthy of Saginaw did collect his third straight TGA tournament title at Somerset Park in Troy June 23.  He played solid golf from tee to green, shooting a three-over-par 33 to win the 12-15 division by six shots.  He won […]

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June 1, 2019

Here’s a big thank-you to all the schools and community centers that welcomed TGA to their facilities for our after-school, evening and weekend enrichment programs during the 2018-19 school year.  We set a record with 2,574 students, including 1,062 kids at 92 facilities during our spring session. Thanks to all the students, parents, coaches, principals, […]

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