LA QUINTA, Calif. -

     If you want to be great at something it usually takes hard work and practice. In the sport of golf, it seems there's always something a player can work on.
At the PGA West Golf Academy in La Quinta, they are using state of the art equipment and technology to help golfers improve their game. From video technology to custom club fitting, instructors get a constant stream of information to help golfers with all areas of their game.

     "The proof is in the pudding. Cristie Kerr who is working with Bryan Lebedevitch and she's finished fourth at the Kraft and Mirim Lee who finished second at LPGA Tour Qualifying school. With that kind of success and the success of the other players we have it just kind of speaks for itself," said PGA West Golf Academy Director Craig Freeman.

     For more information on the PGA West Golf Academy visit http://www.pgawestgolfacademy.com/