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Canada's most-played Junior Golf Tour

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SEAN FOLEY PERFORMANCE

Sean Foley Performance is a residential golf academy located just outside of Orlando, Florida that offers elite golf training and an unparalleled experience for junior players.

The juniors at Sean Foley Performance work with Sean’s world class team of coaches and often work with Sean Foley himself, when he is not out travelling on the PGA Tour.

The academy’s coaches, student-athletes and staff are united by their passion for pursuing greatness not just in sport, but in all aspects of life, believing that quality over quantity is the best way to allow everyone to succeed.

In order to be the best, Sean Foley Performance continuously seeks, connects with and welcomes the best coaches and most dedicated junior golfers the world has to offer. With a limited enrollment of 22 students for 2018-19 (increasing to 30 for 2019-20), the academy currently has an international student body that comes from 6 different countries.  Click here for more information.

ABOUT SEAN FOLEY

One of the biggest names in golf instruction, Sean Foley coaches the likes of 2018 FedEx Cup Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist, Justin Rose, 2016 Masters champion, Danny Willett, PGA Tour rookie sensation, Cameron Champ and was formerly the coach of Tiger Woods. He has been voted as the top golf teacher in the world by players on the PGA Tour.

Born and raised outside of Toronto, Foley set out to be a teacher of elite players after watching David Leadbetter work with Nick Faldo on the range at the RBC Canadian Open in 1988. He played college golf at Tennessee State University, and went on to begin his teaching career at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, ON.

Today, Foley teaches out of Sean Foley Performance at Timacuan Golf Club, offering elite golf training and a world-class experience for junior players that train there. Sean's core teaching philosophy is driven by a passion to help golfers evolve into the best players and people they can be, incorporating biomechanics, physiology, performance psychology and philosophy into his instruction.