ProDreamUSA are delighted to announce a new partnership with OnlineJuniorGolf.com, the worlds first online junior golf academy.
The brainchild of Steve Astle and Roly Hitchcock, OnlineJuniorGolf.com is set up to assist junior golfers across the world to navigate the maze of youth athlete development and put in place a support team around them to offer the best proven advice to help take their game to it's highest level. Nowhere else will you find a team of coaches and consultants with this level of success and experience.
The partnership will see the team at OnlineJuniorGolf.com giving quarterly seminars on key performance areas for ProDreamUSA clients. On the other side, ProDreamUSA will be the official partner for any OnlineJuniorGolf.com clients who are interested in learning more about US College Golf and the recruitment process.
ProDreamUSA Managing Director Brendan McKenna commented: We are really excited to have the opportunity to work with Steve, Roly and the fantastic team at Online Junior Golf. Their collective experience will be a fantastic asset to our players and we certainly look forward to the first of our online seminars later this summer.
Co-Founder of Online Junior Golf and UK Top 50 Coach Steve Astle said ”We had no hesitation in formalising our partnership and knowing that the young golfers that work with us, and their families, will have the stepping stones in place to to move forward on their journey along with the personalised service that we aspire to. We have worked with young aspiring golfers for over 20 years, many who have used ProDreamUSA services, and have always been very complimentary of Brendan and his team who have all the relevant information and support that they need to continue their education, alongside their golfing development in the USA. We are also excited to have the opportunity to help young Prodream athletes with their own game development and understanding of what it takes to succeed at the highest level, whilst giving parents a seamless solution in what can be a very difficult transition period for their child.”