IMPROVE YOUR GOLF GAME
Even better. Meet our amazing team of golf instructors ready to help take your golf game to the next level.
Most programs are incomplete. That is why the Michael Parker Golf Academy uses the Operation 36® Development Model which centers around playing golf. The goal is to help you shoot par (36) or better for 9 holes.
STEP ONE: Learn Skills in Fun Classes
We make learning the game feel like a game! You/your junior will make friends and learn skills in fun engaging classes.
STEP TWO: Play Their First 9 Holes
Coaches will provide you and/or your junior with a 9 hole playing experience with the Op 36 Model.
STEP THREE: Train & Track Progress
The Op 36 Mobile App is your families guide to practicing and playing golf outside of classes.
PGA JUNIOR LEAGUE
PGA Jr. League believes that every child can be a golfer. From those brand new to the game to more competitive players, all skill levels are invited to learn and play in this welcoming environment.
Teamwork is the heart and soul of PGA Jr. League. Kids play on teams in a scramble format and wear numbered jerseys, supporting and learning from one another to develop skills that translate on and off the course.
PGA Jr. League experiences are led by expert PGA and LPGA Coaches. They’re committed to safety, care and organization, and ultimately helping children learn and enjoy a sport they can play for a lifetime.
- Learn from the best. Every camp is taught by a certified PGA of America Professional who knows how to balance both fun and skill building with a low teacher to student ratio to promote development.
- Fun, safe and educational. Full of action, discipline, and integrity, each camp has been designed to help your child grow both on and off the golf course.
- From tee to green. Campers learn every aspect of the game, including instruction on full swing, short game, rules and golf etiquette.
- Camps that work for you. No matter your child’s ability, we’ve got a camp for them. Choose from half-day and full-day programs featuring small group instruction, course play (full day camps) and a low teacher to student ratio.