Golf Academy of America Highlights Strong Student Performance at NCCGA Spring 2018 National Championship

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Students from three Golf Academy of America campuses recently competed in the Spring 2018 NCCGA National Championship. The students performed well, with two placing in the top 25 and the Dallas team finishing in the top 10.

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We are proud of all of our students for representing Golf Academy of America well in the Spring 2018 National Championship.

A cadre of students from three Golf Academy of America campuses recently competed in the Spring 2018 National Collegiate Club Golf Association National Championship in St. Louis, Missouri. One student each from the Golf Academy of America San Diego and Myrtle Beach campuses qualified as individuals, while the Golf Academy of America Dallas campus sent a team of eight student players to the two-day, 36-hole tournament.

The championship took place on April 27-29, 2018 at Norwood Hills Country Club, where 224 of the top club golfers from across America gathered to compete.

Brian Sears, the individual contender for Golf Academy of America in Myrtle Beach, tied for 23rd in the individual rankings, while Brian Blessing, from Golf Academy of America in San Diego, placed 48th out of 219.

Meanwhile, the Golf Academy of America in Dallas team, including Team Captain Taylor Johnson, Noah Friedman, Jake Mobbs, Brett Bradshaw, Jonathan Law, Alex Turner, Carlos Benavides and Dustin Engle, earned a spot in the top 10 in the team rankings.

Alex Turner from Golf Academy of America in Dallas also finished in the top 25, tying with Sears, with Jonathan Law finishing just one stroke behind them.

“We are proud of all of our students for representing Golf Academy of America well in the Spring 2018 National Championship,” said National Director of Operations Steve Newman. “They really enjoy getting the chance to go out and play, and we hope to continue sending students to compete in the championship.”

About Golf Academy of America
Golf Academy of America (formerly the San Diego Golf Academy) has more than 40 years of experience preparing students for careers in the $76 billion golf industry. Golf Academy of America's 16-month program balances classroom studies, practical experience and comprehensive understanding of both the game and the business of golf. Campuses are located in San Diego, Phoenix, Orlando, Myrtle Beach and Dallas. For more information, call 800-342-7342 or visit http://www.GolfAcademy.edu. Golf Academy of America schools are owned and operated by the Education Corporation of America.

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