Girl Power

Girl Power

At SCGA Junior, we’re doing our part to connect girls with the female role models that they need on and off the course. At a recent girl’s outing, the Women Lawyers of Los Angeles (WLALA) golf group hosted girls at Don Knabe GC for a career chat and round of golf....
Clearing the Path to College

Clearing the Path to College

When Jetty Sivongsay first began with SCGA Junior, he was just excited about the chance to play golf and get better. Now a senior in high school, he’s expanding his connection with SCGA Junior to help him play collegiately. After months of college prep programming,...
Driving With Confidence

Driving With Confidence

Walking off the course beaming, 12-year-old Briana Nakano was feeling a confidence boost that she hadn’t felt in a long time. After playing Palos Verdes CC alongside other juniors and members of the club, she was reminded why she loves playing golf – because it’s fun....
Learning How to Take the Next Step

Learning How to Take the Next Step

Wide-eyed high schoolers and enthusiastic parents filed into the auditorium at the TGR Learning Lab for an educational afternoon. For kids who usually feel so comfortable when it comes to golf, they were about to step out of their comfort zone, think about how they...
Putting in Work at the Short Game Showdown

Putting in Work at the Short Game Showdown

It’s never too early to be working on your short game, and that was evident when SCGA Junior hosted the Short Game Showdown at the TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim. The event was designed to help young golfers hone their touch around the greens by introducing them to fun...
Friendly Competition

Friendly Competition

We’re in the business of striking a balance between playing competitive golf and having a great time doing it. On Saturday, SCGA Junior hosted a Learn to Compete Tournament in which the goal was just that – teach junior golfers how to play the game competitively in an...