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Welcome to James Skelton Golf Academy 

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Every level of golfer is welcome at JPS

JPS History

Read about how we've become one of the leading teaching golf academys in the South East

JPS Ideology

It's never to late to improve, all it takes is your vision of where you want to be

JPS  Future

What the future hold when you join JSP Golf Acadmey

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Featured Class: Aim Point Putting

Know the speed

By understanding the basic physics of putting & how speed has an effect on your putts you will gain more confidence and be in a better position to capitalize on your opportunities and make more putts and lower your scores

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No Knee-knockers

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JPS Golf Academy News and Information

Academy News

Rory McIlroy says victory in The Open at Royal Portrush is a bigger priority for him this year than completing the career Grand Slam at Augusta in April.

In an interview with BBC Sport Northern Ireland's Stephen Watson, McIlroy confirms he is missing the Irish Open to concentrate on his Open Championships preparations, adding that he will be maintaining his European Tour membership

Academy News

Keith Mitchell holed a 15-foot birdie putt on the 18th to win his first PGA Tour title at the Honda Classic.

Mitchell finished nine under - one shot ahead of Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler - at PGA National in Florida.

Mitchell, 27, was tied for the lead after the first two rounds and, on Sunday, he birdied four of the final seven holes for his first win as a pro.

"My mind started wandering there a little bit at the end and then I hit a great putt," he said.

"It's not even close to sinking in. I don't expect it to, I don't want it to, this is just awesome. Playing like I did coming down the stretch is unbelievable."

 

Academy News

Anne van Dam strengthened her position at the top of the European Solheim Cup qualification rankings with victory at the Canberra Women's Classic.

The Dutchwoman, 23, was joint overnight leader and carded a final-round six-under par 65 to finish on 17 under.

She won by three shots from Slovenia's Katja Pogacar to claim a third Ladies European Tour title in six months.

Europe face the US in the 16th staging of the Solheim Cup at Gleneagles in Scotland from 13-15 September.

 

Academy News

Vijay Singh missed the chance to create history after a closing round of 70 left him in sixth place.

The 56-year-old Fijian had been attempting to become the oldest winner on the PGA Tour, surpassing the record set by the 52-year-old Sam Snead in 1965.