The Wildcat Golf Junior Academy is a year-round program geared toward highly motivated and competitive junior golfers who have the desire to compete at the highest level, locally, regionally and nationally. Co-founders Pat Goss and Jeff Mory utilize the same coaching strategies and principles that they used in building their successful college programs at Northwestern University.

The WGA curriculum is designed with a focus on coaching, practice, and training, which includes fundamental development in all areas of the game: full swing, short game proficiency, putting, bunker play, course management and mental techniques.

Since our inception in 2011, 28 Wildcat Golf Academy Members are currently or have played golf at Division I or III institutions.  In 2018-19, 11 WGA members are on collegiate rosters. Among them are the 2016 Western Women’s Open Champion (Kate Lillie); 2015 Chick Evans Champion (Andrew Huber); 2014 Midwest Junior Golf Association Player of the Year (Matt Murlick).  Click here to see a full list of where our WGA members are playing collegiate golf. 

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