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by LGA Staff
LGA News

What A Year!

Today marks the one-year anniversary of coaches David Leadbetter and Sean Hogan's work with Lydia Ko. And what a year it has been. With three wins and 15 Top 10s for the year, it has been a remarkable rookie season for the 17-year-old.

by LGA Staff
LGA News

With most seasons and tours winding down for the off season many of LGA's students have gone to enjoying some long awaited R&R or have been gearing up for final events. But there is a glimmer of movement out there.

ChampionsGate, Fla. — Last month, legendary swing coach and instructor David Leadbetter and longtime student and friend, LPGA Tour Professional Suzann Pettersen ended their seven-year partnership and will no longer be working together.

by LGA Staff
LGA News

This past weekend saw all kinds of excitement from LGA students.

On the LPGA, Jessica Korda tied for fourth at the Mizuno Classic with an overall score of ten-under-par.

by LGA Staff
LGA News

With fall finally here, most golf seasons are starting to wrap up for the year. But not just yet.

The LPGA held their Fubon LPGA Taiwan Championship at Miramar Golf Country Club in Taipei where Lydia Ko added another top ten finish to her impressive list of finishes this year.

by LGA Staff
LGA News

The ladies of the LPGA Tour had a soggy weekend, finishing up their final round of the Blue Bay LPGA in Hainan Island, China earlier this morning due to inclement weather.

by LGA Staff
LGA News

LGA Students had a great week last week:

Here's a quick tip from Fluid Motion Factor creator Steven Yellin from The Leadbetter Golf Academy World Headquarters in ChampionsGate, Florida.

Orlando, FL—This past weekend saw the beginning of a new tournament hosted by the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour. In the spirit of the Ryder Cup, and through increasing demand from the academies, they've introduced The Academy Cup.

by Dr. Bob Winters
Mental Toughness

Now that the 2014 Ryder Cup is in the record books and the pundits of golf have had their fair share of what went well and what went wrong with both sides, it is time to consider: What do we really learn from the competition and how do we make sense of the spoils of victory and the sorrow of losi

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