Golf News for Wednesday, October 9, 2013 | Technology

Florida's Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy unveils improved website

ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy invites the golfing world to explore the new GGGA.COM, furthering the commitment to excellence as the world's premiere junior golf academy.

The new website was designed with the ultimate user experience in mind, featuring improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing visitors to browse detailed information about athletic development and programs at the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy.

With the option to share information across all major social networking sites, the new GGGA.COM also features a robust media and content section with videos, photos, expert commentary and tips from the GGGA team to help golfers improve their game and experience the GGGA teaching philosophy.

The new GGGA website has been designed using the latest design and development standards, making it compatible with today's browsers and mobile devices. Visitors, parents and students of GGGA can also stay informed with the latest news about new programs, enrollment dates and student successes.

At the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy, the goal remains as when the company was founded in 2008: provide the best junior golf academy environment that allows junior golfers to reach their true potential in golf and in life.

In addition to the junior golf program with summer golf camps and winter golf camps, the academy also has a commitment to excellence with programs and training for professionals, amateurs and adults looking to discover the true potential of their golf game.

"Knowing that everyone is different, we've created a unique approach to athletic development," said Gary Gilchrist. "The learn, prepare, perform model is the foundation of the golf program and player development. The focus is on training that accelerates student development for optimal results in a short amount of time."

No matter the program, the holistic approach at the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy is what elevates each student to the best of their ability. GGGA doesn't teach a swing method, but rather coach's individuals by focusing on the 5 key areas of development: technical, mental, physical, strategy and personal, producing well rounded and balanced individuals.

Will Perry, Marketing Manager
Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy
Telephone: 352-484-0787 • Mobile: 727-364-6384
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