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LPGA Professional Brooke Pancake wants to help elevate your game to the next level! Join Brooke this October at the Girls Golf Academy hosted by Choo Choo Golf Academy & Range. Be sure to check out her video and bio at the bottom!

Girls Golf Academy is ideal for up and coming junior girl golfers, including middle school and high school players, those aspiring to play in college, and players wanting to get out of that score rut.

Schedule & Sessions
All sessions will take place from 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at The Choo Choo Golf Academy

Wednesday, October 5th
“Short & Simple” – putting and short game fundamentals, drills/how to practice on and around the green

Wednesday, October 12th
“Queen of the Range” – full swing tune-up and instruction, tips for maximizing your range/practice sessions

Thursday, October 13th
“Fairway Focus” – techniques and practices for course management, elevate your game

Wednesday, October 19th
“Ruling the Course” – strategies and instruction for playing challenging on-course shots and playing in accordance with the Rules of Golf. This final session will also include drinks, snacks, and Q&A with Brooke.

**Individual sessions covering these topics are also available at $65/session. Email Brooke to schedule.**

Brooke Pancake Bio:
Brooke attended Baylor High School, where she was a four time High School Individual State Champion. She also holds the record for lowest 18 hole score, lowest 36 hole score, and most consecutive state wins in TSSAA division history.

She was the youngest inductee into the Tennessee Women’s Golf Hall of Fame at the age of 17.

Brooke+Pancake+LPGA+Portraits+YemVlQlEizwlAt the University of Alabama, she was a four time All American. She helped lead the Tide to their first SEC Conference victory in 2011. She also led the Tide to winning the NCAA National Championship in 2012, while she individually finished runner-up. She was the SEC female athlete of the year in 2012. Winner of the Honda Sport Award for the 2011-12 season, given to the top female collegiate golfer.

In addition to her recognitions for play on the course, Pancake was also noted for academic achievement. She was awarded the Edith Cummings Munson Golf Award (2011 and 2012), the Elite 89 Award (2010), SEC Women’s Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2010, 2011 and 2012) and NGCA Scholar Athlete (2010, 2011 and 2012). After the 2012 season, Pancake was recognized as the Academic All-America Team Member of the Year, the top student-sportsperson for her senior year. She was both the first athlete from Alabama and first female golfer to be recognized with the award.

After College, she represented her country on the United States Curtis Cup Team in Scotland, with the best record on the US Team. And then made her professional debut at the 2012 US Womens Open. She made it through professional qualifying school during her first attempt, and has been competing full time on the LPGA since her rookie year in 2013.