GOLF SCHOOLS at LPGA International
The Golf Schools at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Florida, is
dedicated to help improve your golf game by designing a comprehensive plan tailored to
your needs and focused on proven fundamentals.
Players of all abilities are welcome. Instructors will proceed at a pace that is comfortable
for you. You will receive personalized instruction from LPGA and PGA Instructors. Cart and Green fees are included in your tuition.
Improving your golf game begins with learning the fundamentals of the golf swing.
The first step in building a consistent swing that will work for
you is learning what has worked for the world’s top players for years. Our state-of-the-art
learning center was designed expressly for teaching golf.
We realize that every student is unique. For this reason, we do not teach a set system or
method, but rather, focus on building upon your strengths. Typical highlights include:
Small group instruction- 3 students per instructor
Dedicated team of PGA/LPGA professionals
Play after class on our Championship Courses
Exceptional customer service and a supportive atmosphere
Custom packages can be created to fit any schedule or budget.
Nancy Henderson is the Director of Golf at LPGA
International. Nancy is a member of the PGA and the
LPGA Teaching and Club Professional Division. She was
voted National Professional of the Year for the LPGA
Teaching and Club Professional Division for 2001.
Teresa Zamboni is the LPGA Academy Director and is a
Class A Member of the LPGA Teaching and Club
Professional Division and a current Futures Tour
Professional. Personal Fitness Trainer (IFPA) #34011.
Academy Instructors include:
Head Golf Professional and PGA Class A member Joe Giomariso, Alexis Sieg - Class A
LPGA Member, Eric Pitts - Class A PGA Member and Julia Walsh - LPGA Apprentice
The Practice Academy features:
3 championship practice holes
5 putting and chipping greens
10 practice bunkers
360 yard double-ended driving range
The "Champions course" was designed by Rees Jones and was selected by Golf Magazine
in 1995 as one of the top Ten Public Courses. The Champions course was selected
because of it’s playability for golfers of all skill levels. The course also developed a
reputation for being well maintained and in tournament condition year round. The Champions Course hosts the LPGA Qualifying School each year and has hosted the LPGA Titleholders Championship
The Legends course, designed by Arthur Hills, opened October 1, 1998 and is a great
compliment to the Rees Jones links style course. In the short time the course has been
open, it has received rave reviews for it’s natural beauty. The course is surrounded by
beautiful magnolias, towering pines and century old live oaks, requiring the golfer to be
accurate from tee to green.