Small class sizes of seven to nine people per
class will afford students an unprecendented level of personalized
attention not often found today in golf clinics and schools.
time golf coach Henri Reis, will be the
lead instructor at the facility. When Reis first began coaching
Annika in 1987, she found great value in the methods he employed to
translate the complexities of golf into simple
language. It is her aim to have all academy students benefit form
his uniques view of the game. As Annika's sucess on the course has
been due in large part to being in excellent physical condition,
much of the training at the academy will focus not only on the golf
swing, but on athletic training- including cardio and
core-strengthening techniques. The philosophies of Annika's
personal trainer, Kai Fusser, will lie at the foundation of her
curriculum. The German - born Fusser is and IFPA certified personal
trainer and sports nutritionist with several years of experience
working with professional
athletes. He began working with Annika in 2001 and his program is featured
in Annika's latest book, Golf Annika's
Sorenstam serves as the
Director of Instruction. Charlotta was a member of the Swedish
National team for seven years. She captured the 1993 European Team
Championship title and won the 1992 Angso Ladies open. In 1993 she
competed for the University of Texas and won the NCAA championship
title as well as All -American honors.
Charlotta received the 2004
Mary Bea Porter Award
the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association for saving Donna Caponi
from choking during the 2003 LPGA Championship.
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international membership. The EWGA exists to provide opportunities
for women to learn, play and enjoy the game of golf for business
and for life.
Since 1991, the EWGA has touched the lives of over 85,000 women.
This not-for-profit membership association currently has nearly
20,000 members in over 120 chapters throughout the United States,
along with international Chapters in Canada and France, offering a
wide range of organized golf activities, player development and
education programs, volunteer, social and networking opportunities
for both novice and experienced
Pam Swensen- CEO
of the Executive Women's Golf
Originally from Boston, MA, this Florida
resident’s background includes over 18 years of experience in the
golf industry including advertising, corporate communications,
sales promotion, business development, event planning and business
development. She joined the headquarters staff of the EWGA in March
of 2002 as the Vice President of Sales & Marketing. In December
2005, she took over as interim Executive Director of this
not-for-profit organization and was named CEO in May 2006. Ms.
Swensen oversees the administration and operations of 125 Chapters
acrossthe US and Canada with over 20,000 members and 3,100
The EWGA is dedicated to inclusiveness and diversity in its
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