TGA Clinics will impact area youth

January 8, 2015

LA QUINTA, CA — The sports of golf and tennis, which are the two most played sports by adults and least played by youth, rarely come together for major events, but thanks to Humana, the Clinton Foundation, PowerBilt Golf and USTA Southern California, youth will have a unique opportunity to receive top golf and tennis instruction during the upcoming PGA Tour’s Humana Challenge on Sunday Jan. 25.

Los Angeles based TGA Premier Golf and Tennis, the leading school-based golf and tennis enrichment program in the country, will conduct two youth sports clinics during the final round of the popular PGA Tour event, which takes place in La Quinta, Calif.


The TGA Premier Youth Tennis Clinic presented by USTA Southern California (Southern California Tennis Association) will take place from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the PGA WEST Tennis and Fitness Center, and the TGA Premier Junior Golf Clinic presented by PowerBilt will be conducted from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the PGA WEST driving range. Open to youth ages six and up, the free clinics are a great opportunity for kids to learn the lifetime sports of tennis and golf in a fun and exciting atmosphere.

Participants are invited to take part in either of the clinics or both. They will be provided all golf and tennis equipment at no cost, and be presented with a “goodie” bag and complimentary admission to the Humana Challenge that day.

For more information about the TGA youth sports clinics during the Humana Challenge and to sign up, please visit

Through TGA’s commitment to physical fitness and health components including the USTA’s “Lets Move” campaign, it is a natural fit to get involved with Humana and the Clinton Foundation. TGA’s golf and tennis programs helps fight childhood obesity by incorporating daily physical activity that helps to burn calories, improve motor skills, improve the immune system and develop greater hand-eye coordination.

“We are very enthusiastic about the opportunity to work with Humana with its similar mission on kids’ health, and giving back to our community and Southern California by enriching the lives of youth through these lifelong sports,” Ross Kvinge, CEO of PowerBilt and owner of the TGA of Coachella Valley said.

“After seeing first hand how the TGA programs are impacting kids through our longtime PowerBilt relationship in golf, we quickly added tennis and thought this would be a great event to showcase both TGA programs at this marquee event.”

About TGA Premier Golf and Tennis (TGA)

Based in Los Angeles, CA, TGA is the nation’s only school-based youth sports company that specializes in after-school golf and tennis enrichment programs with more than 70 chapters across the U.S., Canada, and Spain to date.

TGA launched its first golf enrichment program in six Los Angeles area schools in 2003 and began expanding nationwide in 2006 with TGA Premier Junior Golf. In 2012, TGA expanded its after-school programs with TGA Premier Youth Tennis and developed a national partnership with the United States Tennis Association.

TGA is a national supporting organization of the After School Alliance and Lights on After School, and is a corporate advocate and national partner of the President’s Challenge on Physical Fitness, Golf Coaches Association, as well as the National Council of Youth Sports.

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About PowerBilt Golf

Since 1916 PowerBilt Golf has designed golf clubs the world’s best have used to win such tournaments as The Masters, the U.S. Open, and the PGA Championship. Today, PowerBilt is pushing the limits on technology with REAL innovation like USGA Conforming Air Force One woods featuring Nitrogen Charged Club Heads, faces as thin as 2.6mm, the largest sweet spot in golf, and maximum COR regardless of swing speed. In addition, all Air Force One woods feature customized speed-rated shafts from Fujikura and the New Nitrogen Charged Air Force irons also feature the hottest and thinnest face in golf. PowerBilt remains the No. 1 choice for junior golfers, and the PowerBilt Air Force One irons were named to the 2011 Golf Digest Hot List. Plus One Sports, Inc. is the U.S. licensee of the PowerBilt brand. PowerBilt is a division of the Hillerich & Bradsby Co., a family owned-company which has been making golf clubs since 1916. Based in Louisville, Ky., Hillerich & Bradsby is also the maker of world-famous Louisville Slugger bats and Bionic gloves. Visit for more information.

About USTA Southern California

The USTA’s Southern California Section was founded in 1887 and is one of the 17 sections of the United States Tennis Association. The USTA is a not-for-profit organization committed to promoting the game of tennis by offering quality recreational and competitive programs for people of all ages and abilities. Comprising Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura Counties, the SCTA is one of the smallest in area of the USTA’s 17 sections, yet one of the largest contributors of tennis talent and innovative programming. Visit for more information.