Traditional Camp is open to boys ages 9 to 18 interested in learning how to become a better golfer in every aspect and increase his enjoyment of the game All skill levels are welcome and students will find instruction to be in line for growth within their abilities. Always staffed to maintain a low camper to instructor ratio.
The Elite School Session is designed to give high school and even older middle school golfers an in-depth look into what being a Division I collegiate golfer is all about. The Elite Session is open to all male golfers age 14-18 who are interested in playing collegiate golf .
What Should Junior Golfers Do Before Their High School Years To Start Pursuing College Golf?
Article by Nicky Goetze
If your child is still a year or more away from high school, college is likely a distant thought. Kids grow up quickly though, and the challenges of finding the right college to attend will begin soon enough. Perhaps the biggest challenge will be finding a school that provides the proper setting—one that will support your child as a student and as a golfer.
Fortunately, the difficulties presented by the search for a “best-fit” college can be reduced. Getting a head start on several key action items during your son’s or daughter’s middle school years will allow you to effectively guide your junior golfer toward a fulfilling college golf future.
Each year we have the largest list of junior golfer college signings. You can see the list for 2016 Grad Year early signees by selecting the More . . . link below.
To all 2016 grads, if your name is not on the list, send us a copy of your NLI letter or have your future coach contact us! You can send us a copy of page 1 of your National Letter of Intent (NLI) by Email or by (FAX) 804-527-0834.
Best of luck 2016 Grad Year Junior Golfers!!
As of today, we have received and posted over 915 Signees!
Most, if not all, of what you need to reach your playing potential has already been created, marketed, and is readily available to you. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel… just get it rolling along.
Great players know how to make the best use of their time and resources. Players on the fast track to reaching their potential become masters at using other people’s ideas and techniques and simply incorporating them into their games.
As a matter of pure time availability, it would be impossible to personally experiment and figure out everything you need to know about proper equipment, effective diet and nutrition, course management, and swing mechanics. Great players are great copy cats.
The Overland Park Golf Course in Denver Colorado was the site of the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour’s event May 14 and 15th. Spring weather conditions have not been cooperating in Colorado but the weather held off so the participants could compete.
Daniel Taggart (Centennial, CO) was able to join the leader circle for the first time this year. He finished 2nd while Jack Ransom (Englewood, CO) rounds out the top three with a 78/76.
We are excited to announce the dates for 2016 Golf Camp for Girls at Dartmouth College. This four day camp is for girls only and will include navigating the recruiting process while combining academics and golf. Your game will be assessed by Dartmouth College Head Women's Golf Coach Alex Kirk and Boston University Head Women's Golf Coach Bruce Chalas. Student to Teacher ratio will be 4 to 1.
Off the course, we will discuss the college recruiting process. Chris Lincoln, academic advisor and author of “Playing the Game: Inside Athletic Recruiting in the Ivy League” will be on hand to give his insight to the college placement process. Our mission at this camp is to help improve your golf game and understand the college recruiting process to help guide toward schools that best fit your skill make up.
What are you doing to make yourself stand out amongst junior golfers in your grad year?
Do you want a college coach to know how to contact you?
Did you know that 100 times a month coaches look at the resumes here on the Scoreboard?
Do you want them to put you on their “watch” list?
Do you have tournaments that you play that coaches don’t know about like qualifiers and high school events?
Do you have accomplishments outside of golf you are proud of and want to share?
If you own A Golf and Academic Resume with the Junior Golf Scoreboard, you will be steps ahead of your competitors who are competing for those limited college golfing scholarships. For Grad Years 2015 & 2016 junior golfers, now is the time to let college coaches know you want to play college golf. Coaches are watching! Click Here to learn more about this great tool!
And click the More . . . link below to see the list of 2015 Grad Year Resume owners and the colleges they are attending.