TGA runs the leading school-based youth golf and tennis programs. TGA makes golf and tennis accessible to youth by bringing a unique teaching curriculum to Pk-8th grade students at their schools. Using modified equipment and lesson plans developed by golf and tennis professionals along with education industry experts, TGA provides the building blocks for future achievement on the course, on the court and in life.
TGA golf camps are all about providing a fun atmosphere for juniors of all ages and skill levels to play golf, build friendships and create lifelong memories. TGA camps are held during the summer, winter and spring breaks and include day camps at a golf facility, school-based camps, and camps in conjunction with other youth organizations.
TGA Tennis camps focus on providing a fun atmosphere for youth of all ages and skill levels to further develop their passion for tennis, build friendships and create lifelong memories. TGA camps are held during the summer, winter and spring breaks and include day camps at tennis facilities, school-based camps, and camps in conjunction with other youth organizations. TGA camps are staffed by certified TGA instructors who focus on improving each camper’s tennis skills and ensuring that they have fun by experiencing success through expertly designed lesson plans.
Good Swings Happen Junior Golf Academy was created in an effort to positively affect children’s lives through the game of golf. I have a passion for teaching the game of golf to juniors and strongly believe that learning proper skills at an early age gives children the best opportunity to play to their full potential. Good Swings Happen Junior Golf Academy offers valuable lessons of honesty, integrity, respect and hard work that are fundamental to the culture of golf, benefitting all aspects of their lives. -Josh Alpert, Founder
Individual & group junior lessons are taught by Josh Alpert, PGA & other GOOD SWINGS HAPPEN™ certified instructors. Unless otherwise indicated, all lessons are taught at the Lakes at El Segundo. Smaller class sizes allow for more individualized instruction with specific detail to skill enhancement.