Orlando, FLA – Despite a close call from Hurricane Matthew, The GenNXT Golf Academy is now in full swing at Henry Brunton Golf at Eagle Creek GC in Orlando, FL.
The first students enrolled in the world-class, high-performance academy designed for aspiring elite junior golf athletes and recent high school graduates, who are focused on developing their skills to the highest levels of golf, have arrived at the gated golf community.
“It’s great to be here as we continue to expand our programming at the Henry Brunton Golf Academy at Eagle Creek with the addition of GenNXT,” says Brunton, who is the Head Coach for the GenNXT Junior Academy. “Since launching the Henry Brunton Golf Academy at Eagle Creek last February, we have received a lot of interest in our programs locally, nationally and internationally and now we’re ready to take the next step.”
GenNXT junior athletes, who stay at the supervised GenNXT Golf House located within the Eagle Creek Golf community, have full access to play and practice at Eagle Creek, receive over 100 hours per month of full-time comprehensive golf coaching and training support including; specialized mental game training from world-renowned sports psychologist and coach Dr. Rick Jensen, who is well-known for working with 50-plus of the game’s best players that have collected 199 PGA/LPGA/Champions Tour wins including, 33 Majors and over $65 million in earnings.
Students can customize their academic pursuits by enrolling in the Everest Academy on-line education program with teacher support or at Windermere Preparatory School in Orlando or consider alternative educational opportunities.
Brunton is a PGA of Canada three-time national award winner – 2014 Coach of the Year, 2009 Junior Leader of the Year, 2013 Professional Development and Education.
Brunton, a PGA Master Professional is the lone Canadian to be a recipient of the 5-Star Professional Award, the PGA of Europe’s highest honor. He is the author of two books—Journey to Excellence: The Young Golfer’s Complete Guide to Achievement and Personal Growth (2009), and High Performance Golf (2012). He was also Golf Canada’s National Amateur Team Coach from 1999 to 2011.