Meet The Pros

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    Jaren Goode 
    Lead Instructor/Master Fitter

    Growing up in central Florida, Jaren has been exposed to some of the best golf courses the country has to offer.  Having taken up the game at a very early age, it was only natural that he pursue a career within the golf industry. Jaren attended and played golf at the University of Central Florida, where he won six college tournaments.  He went on to graduate in 2012 and began his career as a golf pro with a focus on instruction. Currently, Jaren is in Level 1 of the Professional Golf Management Apprenticeship program.  When not teaching or fitting, Jaren remains competitive on the course.  He recently shot a 62 on the Creekside course.
    Jaren has been influenced by some of the best instructors in Florida, including, Bob Lohr, Tony Brabiner and Scott Wickam, plus many more.  His unquenchable thirst to learn more and grow the game is what allows Jaren to help golfers of all ages and abilities improve.  Having much experience in modern golf technology and in club fittings Jaren brings the ability to help golfers improve in every aspect of their game.  
    “I am honored to have been given the opportunity to be a part of the great tradition of the Golf Club of Georgia. The renovations and upgrades that Mr. Kenny has put into Club will only solidify The Golf Club of Georgia as one of the best in the state if not the entire Southeast.  I look forward to working with you and helping you to reach your goals on the golf course.  See you on Tee!”      

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    Emmy Martin
    Cupp Golf Academy Instructor

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    We are happy to announce our newest addition to the Cupp Golf Academy Instruction team, Emmy Martin. Emmy is a 2018 Texas Christian University graduate with a Bachelor’s of Communication Studies While in college, Emmy qualified for three USGA Championships and set the record for low scoring average at TCU with 72.9. Emmy is the 2019 Florida Women’s Amateur Champion and she recently completed her rookie year on the Symetra Tour.

    While her golf experience speaks for itself, Emmy has much more to offer the golf community. In her last year of college, Emmy began the non-profit, Played with Heart Inc. This organization seeks to equip the next generation of women golfers with the essentials to not only play the game, but with the resources to grow in the industry. Emmy hopes “to give other girls the same opportunity {she’s} been given through the game of golf”.