EPGAcademy students Travis Benson/Brett Kourey finish 2nd at Kilmarlic Two Man

EPGAcademy students Travis Benson/Brett Kourey finish 2nd at Kilmarlic Two Man

EPGAcademy students Travis Benson and Brett Kourey teamed up to finish in second place at this weekend’s Kilmarlic Spring Two Man.  The combo fired  71-65 to finish one shot back.  There final round included 8 birdies. Both Benson and Kourey have been working on their games at the Elite Performance Golf Academy with Adam Harrell.   […]

EPGAcademy Student Maclain Huge notches first win of year.

EPGA Student Maclain Huge at the Jr. Heritage

EPGAcademy student Maclain Huge of Lovetsville secured his first victory of the season at the Plantations Junior Golf Tour’s Bull Run event this past weekend.  Maclain began the day three strokes behind the leaders and could make up no ground on the front nine.  Knowing he needed to make something happen heading into the final […]

Sergio back to back

Sergio Garcia is back.  The charismatic Spaniard just won the last two tournaments he entered, the first by a resounding 11 shots and the latter by a single stroke.   Garcia was AWOL from professional golf for the last 2 years.  He failed to make the 2010 Ryder Cup team, having made every team since 1999.  […]

Caddying at Junior Tournament EPG Academy style

I recently had the pleasure of caddying for one of our EPG Academy students at the MAPGA Capital Cup qualifier at the Salisbury Country Club in Richmond, VA.   The tournament qualifier would determine who represented the state of Virginia in a Ryder Cup format against the best kids form the state of Maryland. A bit […]

Master’s Recap: Golf is truly a world game.

This years 2011 Master’s was quite possibly the most exciting since the ’86 Nicklaus victory.  There was a contingent of world class players in the mix.  54 leader McIllroy: Northern Ireland, Winner Charl Schwartzel: South Africa, Ogilvy, Scott, and Day: Australia, Donald: England, Cabrera: Argentina, Choi: Korea, Matsuyama: low amateur from Japan.   But lets talk […]

Gal wins 1st LPGA event comes as no surprise

Congratulations are in order for Sandra Gal for her first of what should be many LPGA wins.  I had the chance to watch her play over the past few years while at the University of Florida.  Her talent is immense but what was her most redeeming quality was her approach to the game and more […]