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Designed for beginning and intermediate players, our Junior Unlimited Membership is all about providing parents and junior golfers with a clear roadmap to a proper start in golf - with guidance and navigation toward long term development in the sport.


As a recreational pathway, the Junior Unlimited training framework integrates the key elements of long term athletic development with golf specific skill sets -  enabling the young golfer to enjoy the sport throughout their lives and preparing them to move toward a competitive pathway if they so desire.


As a Junior Unlimited Member, your junior golfer will benefit from our staff of professional coaches that include nationally recognized award winners, seasoned twenty year PGA Member coaches, and young, high energy coaches on the front end their careers as PGA teaching professionals.

In addition to formal PGA training, each member of FGA’s coaching staff is also certified through our internal coach training administered by PGA Master Professional and Fusion Golf Academy Director of Coaching, Joe Thiel, PGA. A Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor and one of only 300 PGA Master Professionals in the US, Joe’s tour proven recipe for player development has helped to develop countless Junior players over the years, including former LPGA Tour player and world #1 Se-ri Pak, and PGA Tour winner and current world top 50, Andrew Putnam.


From late February through mid December, Junior Unlimited Members attend after school training in age based group settings during the week, with the option to train privately with their coach on Saturdays. For the weekday training, members can attend as often as they like - attendance is Unlimited. 



Our weekday training is often described by our students as fast paced, fun, and with a game like feel to it. A typical training day would look alot like this:

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  • 10-15 minute warm up and FMS (fundamental movement skill) pattern development 

  • 20-25 minute circuit training. Focused on a Fundamental Golf Skill (FGS) and a Fundamental Movement Skill (FMS). The FMS develops the athlete, and the FGS develops the golfer.

  • 10 minute Topic of The Day Introduction - (Specific Golf Skill: Grip, Posture, Balance etc)

  • 20 minute Topic of the Day Practice with hands on coach instruction for each student 

  • 15 minute fun contest or competition reinforcing Topic of the Day 

  • 10 minutes Rules of Golf and Character Development Message - Develop the Athlete so the Golfer can emerge!!! 

If you are a junior golfer, or a parent interested in getting a junior started in golf, we encourage you to CONTACT US directly to learn more about how we help players start and progress in the sport of golf!


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