• Another W for JT

    Another W for JT

    Congratulations to Justin Thomas for collecting his 5th PGA Tour win this past weekend at the TPC Boston Golf club!  JT is currently balling, his last 3 tournaments have included 216 holes of which he has made 55 birdies & 1 eagle, and 2 champion trophies to go along with his play.



  • USA! USA! USA!

    USA! USA! USA!

    Congratulations to the victorious women who represented the United States of America in the hi-annual Solheim Cup matches against their European opponents.  This year's event featured some brilliant golf and tremendous sportsmanship from both sides and was a display of what makes golf such a great game!  A special #TGAshout-out for the wining captain, Julie Inkster, who continues to add to her legacy and hall of fame career.


  • #KentuckyProud


    Congratulations to Justin Thomas for winning the 99th Annual PGA Championship!  It is without question that the St. Xavier High School alumn & former Kentucky junior golfer is an inspiration to today's boy and girl junior golfers, who are competing on the same circuit that he developed his skills and passion for the game, for years to come. Thanks JT & congrats!



  • #ballerstatusupdate


    Thank you to all of our TGA student-athletes & TGA parents for letting us be a part of your team! We are extremely proud of not only your tournament finishes but the dedication and work ethic to be better the next time you play.  We expect that each of you will continue to bring that same passion and enthusiasm to the clasroom this school semester and you keep striving to be #BetterEveryday




  • Success is a Mindset

    Success is a Mindset

    We hope that everyone is enjoying their holiday break!  It is now officially the middle of summer, nearing the beginning of the season's most prestigious tournaments, and just weeks away from school golf season. We want all of our TGA student-athletes to start the preparation process for playing their best golf.  If you have never studied the pyramid of success, made famous by legendary UCLA Basketball Coach John Wooden, this is a good plan to emulate and refocus your commitment to improve your game.  It starts with you.