Gary covers his philosophy and where it came from while growing up in South Africa. How this lead him on a course to become the academy owner and coach he is today.
I don’t want young people to make the same mistakes that I made.
Gary shares about the experience of going from a golf coach to running a business in 2007. He shares the stories that should really inspire you as an instructor to take your business to the next level. As we talk about growth and the biggest factors that have propelled Gary on the path he’s on
Gary’s website is one of the best I’ve seen in the golf instruction business. Make sure to watch the overview video. It’s INCREDIBLE.
Gary also just launched a new book – Train For Golf Like an Olympian
Train For Golf Like An Olympian details the system that Gilchrist and co author Huffman have researched, tested, utilized, and proven with hundreds of students: juniors, amateurs and professionals (including 75 AJGA All-Americans and even Major Champions) over the past two decades. The system and concept of periodization that Gilchrist and Huffman utilize has produced numerous champions in other sports such as cycling, running, tennis, wrestling, and swimming, as well as by great golf champions such as Tiger Woods.
About Gary Gilchrist
Gary has taught more than 75 American Junior Golf Association All-Americans, six AJGA Players of the Year, two U.S. Amateur champions (American David Gossett and Colombia’s Maria Jose Uribe), two U.S. Junior Girls champions (Chile’s Nicole Perrot and Korea’s In-Kyung Kim), one NCAA women’s champion (Thailand’s Virada Nirapathpongporn) and one U.S. Public Links champion (American Michelle Wie).
Gilchrist also teaches many of the game’s best professionals and helped Yani Tseng ascend to No. 1 in the world. Gilchrist also coaches China’s first fully exempt LPGA Tour player Shanshan Feng, who when combined with Tseng, have won a combined 6 majors since 2010 under Gilchrist’s guidance — Tseng (4) and Feng (2).