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Month: December 2012

I’m I good enough for CGC events?

The answer is yes, this is a unique college golf opportunity designed specifically for junior golfers wanting to play Collegiate Golf no matter your current skill set. Listen, you are going to be labeled your whole life about you can and can’t do. Don’t allow yourself to be labeled, period.

CGC is for any junior golfer not matter your skill level. The only requirment for CGC is a passion for the game and desire to improve. We will have all levels of junior golfers from the advanced player to the player who’s fighting for a spot on their high school team. This camp is about you and your game, don’t allow others to pass judgement on whether you are good enough.

A wiseman once said, “you control your attitude and your effort, nothing else”

Play College Golf!!

I’m I good enough for CGC events?

The answer is yes, this is a unique college golf opportunity designed specifically for junior golfers wanting to play Collegiate Golf no matter your current skill set. Listen, you are going to be labeled your whole life about you can and can’t do. Don’t allow yourself to be labeled, period.

CGC is for any junior golfer not matter your skill level. The only requirment for CGC is a passion for the game and desire to improve. We will have all levels of junior golfers from the advanced player to the player who’s fighting for a spot on their high school team. This camp is about you and your game, don’t allow others to pass judgement on whether you are good enough.

A wiseman once said, “you control your attitude and your effort, nothing else”

Play College Golf!!

thoughts from Coach Megan Menzel, University of Iowa Golf

“ I was very excited to learn about the CGC Camp and eager to participate. I think it is a valuable tool for the junior golfer to learn more about the college experience before you arrive on campus. I see this as a win, win for both coaches and the players. I know this would have been a valuable tool for me as a young player and I hope many junior golfers will take advantage of this unique opportunity.” – Megan Menzel, University of Iowa, Head Golf Coach

thoughts from Coach Megan Menzel, University of Iowa Golf

“ I was very excited to learn about the CGC Camp and eager to participate. I think it is a valuable tool for the junior golfer to learn more about the college experience before you arrive on campus. I see this as a win, win for both coaches and the players. I know this would have been a valuable tool for me as a young player and I hope many junior golfers will take advantage of this unique opportunity.” – Megan Menzel, University of Iowa, Head Golf Coach

Press Release – “Play College Golf”

Press Release – 12/23/12 – “Play College Golf”

Developed in conjunction with NCAA coaches, College Golf Camps of America (CGC) is the first privately operated multi-college golf camp in the world. CGC allows college coaches to instruct, evaluate, clinician and interact with Junior Golfers from all over the world.

Operating under strict NCAA guidelines, CGC is a ground-breaking concept that will provide a huge value to Junior Golfers and Parents with goals of playing Collegiate Golf. Each event will have a select group of major colleges coaches to develop aspiring Junior Golfers both boys and girls.

CGC – Dallas event is just the beginning of a vast schedule with big-time college coaches and big-time opportunity. We are in process of organizing events in Orlando and on the West Coast in the Fall of 2013. Additionally, we will be hosting events in the Europe, Asia, Australia and South America. CGC has global goals to align Junior Golfers with opportunities of College Development.

We understand that this is a new concept and with anything new comes questions. Please email us at info@collegegolfcamps.com with any questions.

College Golf Camps of America announces the coaching roster for the CGC – Dallas Event. The event will be held at the Texas Star Golf Course, Sunday, July 28th – Tuesday, July 30th, 2013 in Dallas, Texas.

This is an opportunity for any Junior Golfer to compete in-front of more than 20 major college coaches, but they will also learn from those same coaches. Clinic topics include but not limited to: “Golf is a team sport”, “Being the student in student-athlete”, “realities of college golf”, “Transition from junior golf”, “Championship Golf” and much more.

All tournament results will be posted to www.juniorgolfscoreboard.com

Register at www.collegegolfcamps.com

This might be the best collection of coaches at any golf camp, ever….just one opinion. Over 20 major college coaches at one venue for your instruction, evaluation, clinics, etc. We have a “All-American” list of coaches have won national championships, produced All-Americans, Ben Hogan Award winners, PGA tour players and much more.

The coaches are representing their Universities, even though they might be the Women’s or Men’s Golf Coaches.

College Golf Camps – Dallas Coaching Roster
Texas Christian University – Angie Ravaoilo-Larkin Oklahoma State University – Mike McGraw
Texas Tech University – Jojo Robertson Stanford University – Conrad Ray
University of Nebraska – Robin Krapfl Texas A&M University – JT Higgins
Baylor University – Jay Goble University of Arizona – Jim Anderson
Kansas State University – Kristi Knight Auburn University – Nick Clinard
University of Iowa – Megan Menzel University of New Mexico – Glen Millican
University of Colorado – Anne Kelly Rice University – Justin Emil
Houston Baptist – David Shuster University of Texas – Arlington – Jay Rees
Southern Methodist University – Jeanne Sutherland University of Kansas – Jamie Bermel
University of Arkansas – Shauna Estes University of Houston – Jonathan Dismuke
University of San Diego – Cory Scoggin

Press Release – “Play College Golf”

Press Release – 12/23/12 – “Play College Golf”

Developed in conjunction with NCAA coaches, College Golf Camps of America (CGC) is the first privately operated multi-college golf camp in the world. CGC allows college coaches to instruct, evaluate, clinician and interact with Junior Golfers from all over the world.

Operating under strict NCAA guidelines, CGC is a ground-breaking concept that will provide a huge value to Junior Golfers and Parents with goals of playing Collegiate Golf. Each event will have a select group of major colleges coaches to develop aspiring Junior Golfers both boys and girls.

CGC – Dallas event is just the beginning of a vast schedule with big-time college coaches and big-time opportunity. We are in process of organizing events in Orlando and on the West Coast in the Fall of 2013. Additionally, we will be hosting events in the Europe, Asia, Australia and South America. CGC has global goals to align Junior Golfers with opportunities of College Development.

We understand that this is a new concept and with anything new comes questions. Please email us at info@collegegolfcamps.com with any questions.

College Golf Camps of America announces the coaching roster for the CGC – Dallas Event. The event will be held at the Texas Star Golf Course, Sunday, July 28th – Tuesday, July 30th, 2013 in Dallas, Texas.

This is an opportunity for any Junior Golfer to compete in-front of more than 20 major college coaches, but they will also learn from those same coaches. Clinic topics include but not limited to: “Golf is a team sport”, “Being the student in student-athlete”, “realities of college golf”, “Transition from junior golf”, “Championship Golf” and much more.

All tournament results will be posted to www.juniorgolfscoreboard.com

Register at www.collegegolfcamps.com

This might be the best collection of coaches at any golf camp, ever….just one opinion. Over 20 major college coaches at one venue for your instruction, evaluation, clinics, etc. We have a “All-American” list of coaches have won national championships, produced All-Americans, Ben Hogan Award winners, PGA tour players and much more.

The coaches are representing their Universities, even though they might be the Women’s or Men’s Golf Coaches.

College Golf Camps – Dallas Coaching Roster
Texas Christian University – Angie Ravaoilo-Larkin Oklahoma State University – Mike McGraw
Texas Tech University – Jojo Robertson Stanford University – Conrad Ray
University of Nebraska – Robin Krapfl Texas A&M University – JT Higgins
Baylor University – Jay Goble University of Arizona – Jim Anderson
Kansas State University – Kristi Knight Auburn University – Nick Clinard
University of Iowa – Megan Menzel University of New Mexico – Glen Millican
University of Colorado – Anne Kelly Rice University – Justin Emil
Houston Baptist – David Shuster University of Texas – Arlington – Jay Rees
Southern Methodist University – Jeanne Sutherland University of Kansas – Jamie Bermel
University of Arkansas – Shauna Estes University of Houston – Jonathan Dismuke
University of San Diego – Cory Scoggin

Coach Jim Anderson – Arizona Golf

“I am very excited for the opportunity to be a part of the College Golf Camps of

America Staff. Sharing information with young kids about the recruiting process
and preparing them for the transition to the College Game is very important. As
coaches, we can better equip young players on what to expect while learning more
about areas they need to improve in. Further, the coaches will have a great
opportunity to share insights on what it takes to be the best teammate in a
sport where you often compete alone. Lastly, the staff that CGC has been
assembled is very impressive and it is truly an honor to be a part of it.”
– Jim Anderson, University of Arizona, Head Golf Coach

Coach Jim Anderson – Arizona Golf

“I am very excited for the opportunity to be a part of the College Golf Camps of

America Staff. Sharing information with young kids about the recruiting process
and preparing them for the transition to the College Game is very important. As
coaches, we can better equip young players on what to expect while learning more
about areas they need to improve in. Further, the coaches will have a great
opportunity to share insights on what it takes to be the best teammate in a
sport where you often compete alone. Lastly, the staff that CGC has been
assembled is very impressive and it is truly an honor to be a part of it.”
– Jim Anderson, University of Arizona, Head Golf Coach

Stanford Golf – Conrad Ray to CGC – Dallas

Major announcement, Coach Conrad Ray, Stanford University will join the staff at the CGC – Dallas event.

Has a better group of men’s and women’s coaches ever been assembled?

“CGC is a great idea for the student-athlete thinking about college golf. Playing in front of college coaches and learning about the college golf experience is important for the aspiring junior golfer and the CGC does both. I am looking forward to being involved in Dallas in July of 2013.” – Conrad Ray, Stanford University, Head Golf Coach

Stanford Golf – Conrad Ray to CGC – Dallas

Major announcement, Coach Conrad Ray, Stanford University will join the staff at the CGC – Dallas event.

Has a better group of men’s and women’s coaches ever been assembled?

“CGC is a great idea for the student-athlete thinking about college golf. Playing in front of college coaches and learning about the college golf experience is important for the aspiring junior golfer and the CGC does both. I am looking forward to being involved in Dallas in July of 2013.” – Conrad Ray, Stanford University, Head Golf Coach

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