For the purpose of allowing golfers in any level to play ‘better golf’, the Brian Mogg Golf Academy Korea has successfully launched in today’s one of the most passionate countries in golf, South Korea. Operating under the former LPGA player Young Jo, her 5 year experiences on tour and the professional teaching knowledge will provide the ways to make the better ball flight with the most ideal swing for each individual. Assisting the head professional Ms. Jo, the certified KPGA (Korea Professional Golf Association) professional Andy Choi would help golfers throughout their process to become better players.
The Brian Mogg Golf Academy Korea is consisted of Juniors, Professionals, and Regular golfers program.
For juniors and professionals, we ought to manage their whole process from training to playing on tournaments. The major difference from many other foreign branched golf academies is, we continuously communicate with Brian on the students’ individual progresses and results. Also, students get to spend their winter to train in the States. They consistently get lessons from Brian and have opportunities to play at the various courses with professional settings. They also get support from professional physical trainer to be in the best possible conditions for golf.
For regular golfers, we are responsible to help them to clearly understand the sequence of golf swing and make sure to perform correctly to hit the appropriate ball flight.
After the session with the student, the drills, lesson and video analysis from Young and Andy will provide the guidance to get the students much closer to reaching their potential.
Juniors : 2,400,000 WON (ABOUT $2,200) PER MONTH – Including lesson, range, unlimited short (par3) course, tournament management
PROS : 1,500,000 WON (ABOUT $1,350) PER MONTH – Including lesson, tournament management
Head Professional Young Jo profile:
2000 – Korea National Team Member
2005 ~ 2009 – LPGA Tour professional
Best finish was 6th in ’05 US Open and 47th on that years money list.
Brian’s 2017 Schedule