One year after opening his first Junior Golf Academy, Spanish star, Sergio Garcia, has returned to Camiral Resort, Barcelona, to celebrate the anniversary.The Ryder Cup star conducted golf clinics with local school children and a group from Consorci Sant Gregori in nearby Girona, an organisation that helps invidividuals with special educational needs. Camiral Resort and Sergio Garcia toast Junior Golf Academy anniversary from Camiral Resort on Vimeo.Camiral Resort’s impressive practice facilities, which include a 2,000 square-metre putting and chipping green utilised by academy students, provided the ideal stage for Garcia to give the masterclasses.This was followed by a three-hole exhibition match, between Sergio Garcia and the youngsters who have benefitted from the expert coaching available throughout the year at the home of Spain’s number one golf course.Since it was inaugurated in November 2012 in collaboration with Fundación Sergio Garcia the academy has given children from all walks of life the opportunity to play golf, develop their skills and maximise their full athletic potential.Founded in collaboration with Fundación Sergio Garcia the Junior Golf Academy fulfils two key objectives; to find and coach the best young golfing talent of the future and, through specifically designed ‘Golf Adapted’ teaching techniques, to help individuals with physical and learning disabilities enjoy golf.Sergio Garcia said: “The progress made in just a year by these juniors is impressive. With the highest quality of coaches and practice facilities available here, there is great potential to develop stars of the future, as well as introduce a new generation to the joys of the game.“Spain has a strong history of developing golfing talent, which I am proud to be a product of, and it is pleasing to be giving back to Spanish golf with this Junior Golf Academy.”Julio Delgado, CEO of Camiral Resort, said: “Sergio was an exceptional junior golfer himself and has proven to be an inspiration for new golfers across the globe.“It is crucial to offer structured development programmes to these young golfers to help protect the future of the game and the success of this facility will help ensure participation in Spain continues to grow.”