TGGA - "Giving You the Knowledge, for Power and Precision"
The game of golf is unique in that, with proper guidance, we have found that there are built in guarantees that help achieve independent thinkers, decision makers, calculated risk takers and the growth of personal confidence.
Golf is the only sport where you can call a penalty on yourself and in doing so it is a display of honor and responsibility. These are character building qualities that go hand in hand towards building a lifestyle of sustainability.
We provide an opportunity to represent honor, respect and responsibility through the game of golf. This is built into our skills development section of our program, the playing of golf on the course and tournament play along with group and private conversations. This formula is the most powerful tool for our student’s growth.
Our Mission: Provide an atmosphere of Honor, Respect and Responsibility and by Giving the Knowledge for Power and Precision through our golf instruction system to create a mindset that can be instilled not only for golf skills but for life skills as well.
Three-Generation Golf Academy (TGGA) is the only golf facility in Northern Thailand offering first class instruction and on-site accommodation in a professional learning environment.
Mike "Spike" Collier (CGS Master Teacher with over 30 years teaching experience) and his team provide a clear understanding of the causes that create a solid and repeatable golf swing.
Teaching the most modern biomechanical drills system available today TGGA offers programs for:
- Juniors (camps, co-curricular, PE)
- Adults (groups, private, corporate)
- Team Elite (for talented students)
Our facility includes:
- Video analysis studio with V1 Professional
- 6 covered hitting and chipping nets
- Classroom for theory instruction
- 825 sqm putting/chipping green
- 6 short game hitting bays
- Water hazard green
- 350 yard driving range
"Geometry and impact with self-correcting feedback drills. I went to Chiang Mai and met Spike Collier who showed me a simple and repeatable way to hit the ball further, with less effort. After a couple of sessions with Spike I shot 78. After some more sessions on ‘impact’ I began to strike the ball with intent and confidence but without putting a score together. I rethought the mental side, backed myself and at age 64 dropped 9 strokes off my previous best and broke par with a 71 at Navatanee, not a cream-puff track..."
- Bruce Harris