New Under 21 Golf Academies set to support Australasian youth

Three centres in Melbourne will cater for teenage players hoping to become professionals

Three new golfing academies have been opened in Australia by PGA member Adam Fraser. The academies will specifically target teenage golfers who aspire to become professionals, and will offer a comprehensive range of education and training in every aspect of the game.

Adam Fraser (pictured), previously a member of the Australasian, Asian and European tours will be head instructor at what will be known as the Australasian Under 21 Golf Academy, the Australian Korean Under 21 Golf Academy and the Australian Chinese Under 21 Golf Academy. Fraser has previously worked with some of the world?s leading coaches, including Claude Harmon, son of Butch who was one of Tiger Woods? former coaches.

The academies are situated in the centre of Melbourne, in order to be close to schools, universities, golf courses and accommodation, and the first students began their scholarships on February 24, sponsored by European Tour member Marcus Fraser.

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