Synergy Golf Academy emphasizes the balance between golf and academics especially since smarter and more mature golfers in the long term play better golf. Synergy understands there are different expectations from junior golfers. Whether the junior golfer's dream is to play PGA/LPGA Tour or play collegiate golf while gainining valuable education with scholarships, Synergy can guide through juniors each steps of their chosen career path. This is possible because Kristy Park, played collegiate golf, #1 golfer at Pepperdine University with golf scholarship and has experience in playing tour and is well connected in golf industry including college and professional tours.
1. Junior golfer after graduating high school and turn professional.
2. Junior golfer after graduating high school, plays collegiate golf (with scholarship, 1-4 years) and turns professional.
3. Junior golfer after graduating high school, plays collegiate golf (with scholarship) and graduate and becomes PGA/LPGA Class A Member.
Any path junior golfers choose, Synergy Golf Academy, will guide through each step of the career by providing lessons, competing junior tournaments, entering college, turning professional, providing player management services and more.
One of Synergy's junior students named Gunn Yang won 2014 US Amateur Championship. Gunn is invited to play 2015 Masters, US Open, and British Open and 12 other professional tournaments around the world.