Breaking Barriers for the Golfers of Tomorrow

Joe Culverhouse
  • Author: Joe Culverhouse
  • Manager - GLT Content and Communications
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June 6, 2018 was Women’s Golf Day, an initiative defined on it’s website as a one day event celebrating girls and women playing golf and learning the skills that last a lifetime. While GLT Golf nor AJ Academy were directly involved in the program, it’s a mission we certainly stand behind.

All too often, gender, race and other social and economic barriers keep children from picking up a golf club and feeling the joy of sending a ball in flight. At GLT Golf, we believe golf should be a game for everyone, and we’re prepared to practice what we preach.

Through summer camps operated in conjunction with AJ Golf Academy, we’re proud to help educate golfers of the future. With guidance from coaches Arick Zeigel and Christie Blaurock, attendees are taught how to play the game correctly through a manner that encourages self-discovery and growth, not the one-size-fits-all swing coaching of many golf camps.

As with all things GLT, summer camps encourage learning through a game-like atmosphere. Students are challenged to have fun, not simply swing away on a driving range all day. After all, while they may be the next Tiger Woods or Annika Sorenstam, the attendees are still kids, and all work and no play… well, you know the rest.

For more details on GLT and AJ Golf Academy summer camps, be sure to visit the AJ Golf Academy website.     

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