A Guide to College Golf Recruiting

Navigating the world of golf recruiting can be difficult. We want to help you in your process.

The goal of many junior and high school golfers is to play varsity golf in college. We get it, and we want to help. We’ve built this one-stop shop to serve as valuable resource guide for you and your family as you explore the golf recruiting scene. Take a look at the specific sections below to begin:

college golf recruiting resources and info

The best place to start, we’ve compiled the best resources regarding recruiting. Including scholarship numbers, recruiting timeline, what’s allowed/not allowed, constructing resumes, helpful FAQs and more.

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Places to Play College Golf Recruiting

Playing golf is the best first step to getting recruited to play golf in college. See all the different options junior and high school golfers have to showcase their game for college coaches, from junior tours to showcase events.

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College Golf Recruiting Rankings and Scores

Check out what the top programs and individuals in junior, high school, and college golf are shooting throughout their season.  These numbers can help put into perspective what level of college golf might be best for you.

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College Golf Recruiting Consultants

The world of recruiting isn’t an easy one, and sometimes you just need a little help. Luckily there are a lot of people out there that have been through the process before, and can help you navigate the waters personally.

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college golf game improvement

Continuing to improve and develop your game is critical to being able to play at the varsity level. Here we’ve compiled a list of camps, lessons, and instruction opportunities to put yourself in a better position to be noticed by coaches.

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golf equipment discounts

The phrase every golfer loves to see: discounts! We are happy to extend discounts on golf balls, clubs, apparel, shoes, bags, and everything in between. Take a look at the tools that can help elevate your game.

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Additional questions? Contact Travis

Travis-nextgengolf

Have questions about the NCCGA or Golf in College?

Contact Travis Richardson
316-208-5276
travis@nccga.org

*Note: Nextgengolf and the NCCGA are in no way affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). We are simply proving resources for additional information. Please contact the NCAA with any specific questions on scholarships, eligibility, etc. at www.ncaa.org.