Category: College

Ria Scott named Head Golf Coach at University of Virginia

Congrats to Ria Scott on being named Head Golf Coach at University of Virginia

Coach Scott has worked our camps the past 3 years. 

Read more here

“I believe in the academic mission of the University of Virginia and the trajectory in which this athletic department is headed,” Scott said. “I was incredibly impressed by Virginia’s commitment to its golf programs, shown by the investment in its new golf facility and the renovation scheduled for Birdwood Golf Course. I am excited to build on the strong foundation that Jan Mann, Kim Lewellen and our alumnae have set for our program. I am looking forward to working with our current and next generation of Hoos and am excited that current assistant coach Calle Nielson will remain a part of the program. I am committed to working tirelessly to make the University of Virginia proud.”

“I have been blessed to work with some exceptional student-athletes in my 11-year coaching career and I hope each one of them knows that they have had a positive impact on me. I want to thank Carla Williams and Todd Goodale (UVA women’s golf sport administrator) for believing in me and for already valuing me as part of their team.”

Before becoming a coach, Scott played professionally around the world. Her professional highlights include appearances in the 2006 Women’s World Cup in South Africa and the 2004 U.S. Women’s Open. Scott was the first woman to compete in an Asian PGA event, competing in the 2004 DHL Philippine Open.

As a student-athlete at California, she led the Bears to the 2003 NCAA Championships and was a 2003 All-Pac-10 and 2002 All-Region honoree. As a senior co-captain in her final season, she helped the Bears win a school-record seven tournaments, capture Pac-10 and NCAA regional titles, and rank as high as second nationally. The two-time Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention selection also won the 2003 Anna Espenschade Award, presented to the top graduating female student-athlete at Cal.

As a prep, the Philippines native started the golf program at James Logan High School in Union City, Calif., where she captained the boys’ team her final three years. She won the 1997 California Junior Girl’s Championship at Pebble Beach less than four years after she picked up her first golf club.

Ria Scott named Head Golf Coach at University of Virginia

Congrats to Ria Scott on being named Head Golf Coach at University of Virginia

Coach Scott has worked our camps the past 3 years. 

Read more here

“I believe in the academic mission of the University of Virginia and the trajectory in which this athletic department is headed,” Scott said. “I was incredibly impressed by Virginia’s commitment to its golf programs, shown by the investment in its new golf facility and the renovation scheduled for Birdwood Golf Course. I am excited to build on the strong foundation that Jan Mann, Kim Lewellen and our alumnae have set for our program. I am looking forward to working with our current and next generation of Hoos and am excited that current assistant coach Calle Nielson will remain a part of the program. I am committed to working tirelessly to make the University of Virginia proud.”

“I have been blessed to work with some exceptional student-athletes in my 11-year coaching career and I hope each one of them knows that they have had a positive impact on me. I want to thank Carla Williams and Todd Goodale (UVA women’s golf sport administrator) for believing in me and for already valuing me as part of their team.”

Before becoming a coach, Scott played professionally around the world. Her professional highlights include appearances in the 2006 Women’s World Cup in South Africa and the 2004 U.S. Women’s Open. Scott was the first woman to compete in an Asian PGA event, competing in the 2004 DHL Philippine Open.

As a student-athlete at California, she led the Bears to the 2003 NCAA Championships and was a 2003 All-Pac-10 and 2002 All-Region honoree. As a senior co-captain in her final season, she helped the Bears win a school-record seven tournaments, capture Pac-10 and NCAA regional titles, and rank as high as second nationally. The two-time Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention selection also won the 2003 Anna Espenschade Award, presented to the top graduating female student-athlete at Cal.

As a prep, the Philippines native started the golf program at James Logan High School in Union City, Calif., where she captained the boys’ team her final three years. She won the 1997 California Junior Girl’s Championship at Pebble Beach less than four years after she picked up her first golf club.

Recruiting Calendar 2018-2019 “Dead Period vs. Quiet Period”

College Golf Camps

NCAA rules can be very confusing for junior golfers.  You need experts to answer the questions you have.  NCAA Men’s golf programs will have the following schedule effective August 1, 2018.

To be clear, NCAA coaches are allowed to attend camps during “Quiet Periods” but not junior golf tournaments.  Will you be competing in a junior golf tournament where NCAA coaches are not allowed?

College Golf Camps allows coaches to engage with junior golfers over a 2-3 day period.  It’s a wonderful opportunity to learn, compete, showcase, interact and gain exposure to college golf. 

Definitions:
“Dead Period” – During a dead period a college coach may not have face-to-face contact with college-bound student-athletes or their parents, and may not watch student-athletes compete or visit their high schools. Coaches may write and telephone student-athletes or their parents during a dead period.

“Quiet Period” – During a quiet period, a college coach may only have face-to-face contact with college-bound student-athletes or their parents on the college’s campus. A coach may not watch student-athletes compete (unless a competition occurs on the college’s campus) or visit their high schools. Coaches may write or telephone college-bound student-athletes or their parents during this time.

2018-2019 calendar:

o  (1) A coach may evaluate at the two events (showcase and combine) that are traditionally held in conjunction with the Golf Coaches Association of America National Convention: Evaluation Period

o  (2) The first official day of the Golf Coaches Association of America Convention to 12:01 a.m. on the day after the adjournment of the convention:  Dead Period

  • December 23January 1 (Dead Period)
  • April 8 – April 11 (Dead Period)

Recruiting Calendar 2018-2019 “Dead Period vs. Quiet Period”

College Golf Camps

NCAA rules can be very confusing for junior golfers.  You need experts to answer the questions you have.  NCAA Men’s golf programs will have the following schedule effective August 1, 2018.

To be clear, NCAA coaches are allowed to attend camps during “Quiet Periods” but not junior golf tournaments.  Will you be competing in a junior golf tournament where NCAA coaches are not allowed?

College Golf Camps allows coaches to engage with junior golfers over a 2-3 day period.  It’s a wonderful opportunity to learn, compete, showcase, interact and gain exposure to college golf. 

Definitions:
“Dead Period” – During a dead period a college coach may not have face-to-face contact with college-bound student-athletes or their parents, and may not watch student-athletes compete or visit their high schools. Coaches may write and telephone student-athletes or their parents during a dead period.

“Quiet Period” – During a quiet period, a college coach may only have face-to-face contact with college-bound student-athletes or their parents on the college’s campus. A coach may not watch student-athletes compete (unless a competition occurs on the college’s campus) or visit their high schools. Coaches may write or telephone college-bound student-athletes or their parents during this time.

2018-2019 calendar:

o  (1) A coach may evaluate at the two events (showcase and combine) that are traditionally held in conjunction with the Golf Coaches Association of America National Convention: Evaluation Period

o  (2) The first official day of the Golf Coaches Association of America Convention to 12:01 a.m. on the day after the adjournment of the convention:  Dead Period

  • December 23January 1 (Dead Period)
  • April 8 – April 11 (Dead Period)

NCAA Division 1 Golf Recruiting Rules Explained

NCAA Division 1 Golf Recruiting Rules Explained

College Golf Camp is NOT a recruiting service, however, it’s for junior golfers to understand and know the the NCAA Division 1 Golf Recruiting Rules.  Coaches have certain guidelines they must follow 

NCAA Division I Golf recruiting calendar runs August 1st, 2017 through July 31st, 2018.

Here are some examples.

As a Sophomore in high school

Camps Yes
Recruiting Material You may receive brochures for camps and questionnaires.
Telephone Calls You can call the coach at your own expense.
Coach cannot call you.
Off-Campus Contact Not Permitted
Official Visits Not Permitted
Unofficial Visits Unlimited (changing August 1, 2018)

As a Junior in High School

Camps Yes
Recruiting Material You can begin to receive recruiting material and information from the coach on September 1st.
Telephone Calls You can call the coach at your own expense.
Coach can call you starting September 1st of your Junior year.
Electronic Correspondence (i.e. texts, IM, email.) All forms of electronic correspondence are allowed starting September 1st of your Junior Year.
Correspondence must be private between athlete & coach.
Off-Campus Contact Allowed July 1st after your Junior year.
Official Visits Not Permitted
Unofficial Visits Unlimited(changing August 1, 2018)

As a Senior in High School

Camps Yes
Recruiting Material You can receive material and information from the coach
Telephone Calls You can call the coach at your own expense.
Coach can call you.
Electronic Correspondence (i.e. texts, IM, email.) All forms of electronic correspondence are allowed starting September 1st of your Junior Year.
Correspondence must be private between athlete & coach.
Off-Campus Contact Allowed but no more than 3 times.
Official Visits You can start official visits on the opening day of your classes.
You get one per college and a maximum of 5 visits to D1, and unlimited visits to D2, D3 and NAIA schools.
Unofficial visits Unlimited (changing August 1, 2018)

NCAA Division 1 Golf Recruiting Rules Explained

NCAA Division 1 Golf Recruiting Rules Explained

College Golf Camp is NOT a recruiting service, however, it’s for junior golfers to understand and know the the NCAA Division 1 Golf Recruiting Rules.  Coaches have certain guidelines they must follow 

NCAA Division I Golf recruiting calendar runs August 1st, 2017 through July 31st, 2018.

Here are some examples.

As a Sophomore in high school

Camps Yes
Recruiting Material You may receive brochures for camps and questionnaires.
Telephone Calls You can call the coach at your own expense.
Coach cannot call you.
Off-Campus Contact Not Permitted
Official Visits Not Permitted
Unofficial Visits Unlimited (changing August 1, 2018)

As a Junior in High School

Camps Yes
Recruiting Material You can begin to receive recruiting material and information from the coach on September 1st.
Telephone Calls You can call the coach at your own expense.
Coach can call you starting September 1st of your Junior year.
Electronic Correspondence (i.e. texts, IM, email.) All forms of electronic correspondence are allowed starting September 1st of your Junior Year.
Correspondence must be private between athlete & coach.
Off-Campus Contact Allowed July 1st after your Junior year.
Official Visits Not Permitted
Unofficial Visits Unlimited(changing August 1, 2018)

As a Senior in High School

Camps Yes
Recruiting Material You can receive material and information from the coach
Telephone Calls You can call the coach at your own expense.
Coach can call you.
Electronic Correspondence (i.e. texts, IM, email.) All forms of electronic correspondence are allowed starting September 1st of your Junior Year.
Correspondence must be private between athlete & coach.
Off-Campus Contact Allowed but no more than 3 times.
Official Visits You can start official visits on the opening day of your classes.
You get one per college and a maximum of 5 visits to D1, and unlimited visits to D2, D3 and NAIA schools.
Unofficial visits Unlimited (changing August 1, 2018)

Turnbow named Tennessee Golf Foundation President

College Golf Camps advisory board member, Coach Turnbow takes on a new challenge in golf.  Congratulations to him and his family.

Tennessee Golf Foundation Chairman (TGF) Jim Seabury of Nashville announced that Middle Tennessee State University’s (MTSU) Senior Associate Athletic Director Whit Turnbow has been named as the new President of the TGF starting this fall.

Turnbow is a graduate of Middle Tennessee where over a 16-year career he served as golf coach then Senior Associate Athletic Director. As head men’s golf coach, he led his team to 15 championships, including six NCAA appearances, and was named Coach of the Year on three different occasions. In that role, he also secured funding for the completion of the Jeff Hendrix Golf Performance Center, which houses both the men’s and women’s golf teams. In 2017 he successfully bid and hosted a Division 1 NCAA Regional Championship at The Grove Club in College Grove, Tennessee. Turnbow’s teams had 100% graduation rate and a perfect 1000 Academic Performance Rating for eight consecutive years.

Whit, who is an accomplished amateur player himself, plays off a +3.6 handicap index. As Senior Associate AD at MTSU, he was instrumental in the creation of a new dynamic Strategic Facility Plan for MTSU athletics and has launched a successful $100 million capital campaign.

“Whit is a perfect fit for the next chapter of Tennessee golf. We see Whit having all the skills, character and personality to follow ongoing President Dick Horton. Dick was our chief executive for golf in our state for 45 years and grew Tennessee’ collective golf organization’s assets from $3,500 in 1973 to $22 million today. He will transition to Adviser to the Chairman on October 1” noted Seabury.
“I would like to thank Jim Seabury, Dick Horton, and the entire TGF search committee and board for their confidence in me. Having grown up in Tennessee junior golf, I am a direct beneficiary of the opportunities the foundation provides, and nothing excites me more than to have the privilege to build upon the work Dick and his team have done for so many years. Alongside the TGA and TPGA, we will continue to serve golfers of every level statewide,” said Turnbow.

Turnbow will manage and be responsible for growing the TGF endowment fund and its annual giving programs. Turnbow and Horton will be active in expanding legacy gifts to the TGF’s Honour Council from lifetime golfers and friends who embrace the foundation’s mission “To promote golf and its life enhancing values with an emphasis on teaching youth and the disadvantaged”.

Seabury points out that “We have excellent opportunities to grow the endowment. Like a college or university, our endowment will sustain us in the future and work to insure golf is affordable and accessible in Tennessee. Golf enjoys a passionate group of lifetime participants who credit its positive core values to their own successes in life”.

A Shelbyville, Tennessee native, Whit has been married for 17 years to his wife, Lori. They have two children, Reagan (10), and Connor (5).

ABOUT THE TENNESSEE GOLF FOUNDATION (TGF)

The TGF works in concert with both the Tennessee PGA and Tennessee Golf Association as the state’s youth golf development arm. TGF programs include The First Tee of Tennessee, the Sneds Tour, Middle School golf, the TPGA Junior Golf Academy, the Tennessee Junior Cup hosted by Scott Stallings, the Golf House Tennessee Learning Center, The Little Course at Conner Lane regional staff directors in four major cities, and the largest Special Olympic golf program in America. TGF also supports an active and growing PGA military veterans program and has produced The Vinny Invitational, Vince Gill’s 26-year old pro-celebrity event that has raised almost $8 Million for junior golf and youth development programs. More information on TGF can be found at www.tngolf.org.

 

Turnbow named Tennessee Golf Foundation President

College Golf Camps advisory board member, Coach Turnbow takes on a new challenge in golf.  Congratulations to him and his family.

Tennessee Golf Foundation Chairman (TGF) Jim Seabury of Nashville announced that Middle Tennessee State University’s (MTSU) Senior Associate Athletic Director Whit Turnbow has been named as the new President of the TGF starting this fall.

Turnbow is a graduate of Middle Tennessee where over a 16-year career he served as golf coach then Senior Associate Athletic Director. As head men’s golf coach, he led his team to 15 championships, including six NCAA appearances, and was named Coach of the Year on three different occasions. In that role, he also secured funding for the completion of the Jeff Hendrix Golf Performance Center, which houses both the men’s and women’s golf teams. In 2017 he successfully bid and hosted a Division 1 NCAA Regional Championship at The Grove Club in College Grove, Tennessee. Turnbow’s teams had 100% graduation rate and a perfect 1000 Academic Performance Rating for eight consecutive years.

Whit, who is an accomplished amateur player himself, plays off a +3.6 handicap index. As Senior Associate AD at MTSU, he was instrumental in the creation of a new dynamic Strategic Facility Plan for MTSU athletics and has launched a successful $100 million capital campaign.

“Whit is a perfect fit for the next chapter of Tennessee golf. We see Whit having all the skills, character and personality to follow ongoing President Dick Horton. Dick was our chief executive for golf in our state for 45 years and grew Tennessee’ collective golf organization’s assets from $3,500 in 1973 to $22 million today. He will transition to Adviser to the Chairman on October 1” noted Seabury.
“I would like to thank Jim Seabury, Dick Horton, and the entire TGF search committee and board for their confidence in me. Having grown up in Tennessee junior golf, I am a direct beneficiary of the opportunities the foundation provides, and nothing excites me more than to have the privilege to build upon the work Dick and his team have done for so many years. Alongside the TGA and TPGA, we will continue to serve golfers of every level statewide,” said Turnbow.

Turnbow will manage and be responsible for growing the TGF endowment fund and its annual giving programs. Turnbow and Horton will be active in expanding legacy gifts to the TGF’s Honour Council from lifetime golfers and friends who embrace the foundation’s mission “To promote golf and its life enhancing values with an emphasis on teaching youth and the disadvantaged”.

Seabury points out that “We have excellent opportunities to grow the endowment. Like a college or university, our endowment will sustain us in the future and work to insure golf is affordable and accessible in Tennessee. Golf enjoys a passionate group of lifetime participants who credit its positive core values to their own successes in life”.

A Shelbyville, Tennessee native, Whit has been married for 17 years to his wife, Lori. They have two children, Reagan (10), and Connor (5).

ABOUT THE TENNESSEE GOLF FOUNDATION (TGF)

The TGF works in concert with both the Tennessee PGA and Tennessee Golf Association as the state’s youth golf development arm. TGF programs include The First Tee of Tennessee, the Sneds Tour, Middle School golf, the TPGA Junior Golf Academy, the Tennessee Junior Cup hosted by Scott Stallings, the Golf House Tennessee Learning Center, The Little Course at Conner Lane regional staff directors in four major cities, and the largest Special Olympic golf program in America. TGF also supports an active and growing PGA military veterans program and has produced The Vinny Invitational, Vince Gill’s 26-year old pro-celebrity event that has raised almost $8 Million for junior golf and youth development programs. More information on TGF can be found at www.tngolf.org.

 

UW’s Coach Alan Murray commits to CGC – San Diego

Excited to announce, Head Men’s Golf Coach Alan Murray will be attend CGC – San Diego, July 5-7, 2018.

Coach Murray will be joined by the following coaching staff for this Junior Golf Exposure Camp.  Click here to learn more

Chris Zambri, Head Golf Coach – University of Southern California

Chris Riley, Head Golf Coach – University of San Diego

Allan Murray, Head Golf Coach – University of Washington

Jim Anderson, Head Golf Coach – University of Arizona

Glen Millican, Head Golf Coach – University of New Mexico

Ryan Donovan, Head Golf Coach – San Diego State University

Michael Beard, Head Golf Coach – Pepperdine University

Dan Potter, Head Golf Coach – Boise State University

Christian Newton, Head Golf Coach – Colorado State University

Justin Silverstein, Associate Head Coach – University of Southern California

Jacob Wilner, Head Golf Coach – University of Nevada

Ryan Jamison, Associate Head Golf Coach – Stanford University

Bill Spangler, Head Golf Coach – University of Nebraska

Andrew Larkin, Associate Head Golf Coach – UCLA

Richard Mueller, Head Golf Coach – Columbia

Jason D’AMore, Head Golf Coach – Loyola Marymount University

UW’s Coach Alan Murray commits to CGC – San Diego

Excited to announce, Head Men’s Golf Coach Alan Murray will be attend CGC – San Diego, July 5-7, 2018.

Coach Murray will be joined by the following coaching staff for this Junior Golf Exposure Camp.  Click here to learn more

Chris Zambri, Head Golf Coach – University of Southern California

Chris Riley, Head Golf Coach – University of San Diego

Allan Murray, Head Golf Coach – University of Washington

Jim Anderson, Head Golf Coach – University of Arizona

Glen Millican, Head Golf Coach – University of New Mexico

Ryan Donovan, Head Golf Coach – San Diego State University

Michael Beard, Head Golf Coach – Pepperdine University

Dan Potter, Head Golf Coach – Boise State University

Christian Newton, Head Golf Coach – Colorado State University

Justin Silverstein, Associate Head Coach – University of Southern California

Jacob Wilner, Head Golf Coach – University of Nevada

Ryan Jamison, Associate Head Golf Coach – Stanford University

Bill Spangler, Head Golf Coach – University of Nebraska

Andrew Larkin, Associate Head Golf Coach – UCLA

Richard Mueller, Head Golf Coach – Columbia

Jason D’AMore, Head Golf Coach – Loyola Marymount University

South Florida Junior Golf Exposure Camp

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA – JUNIOR GOLF EXPOSURE CAMP 3.25.18

Junior Golfers come train with University of South Florida coaching staff Sunday, March 25th, 2018.  The coaching staff will help elevate your game to the next level by spending a day with Head Men’s Coach, Steve Bradley and his assistant coach, Brad Caldwell.

This camp is limited to the first 10 boy junior golfers. Campers receive written feedback based on 10 different areas of evaluation.

South Florida Junior Golf Exposure Camp is for any junior golfer whose goal is to take their game to the next level. The camp is open to the first 10 boys to sign up. The one-day camp curriculum is designed to offer skill assessment and intense training for the competitive junior golfer.

This unique one day experience will include all facets of the game and a simulated college golf practice; full swing, short game, putting, course management, sports psychology, nutrition, physical fitness, NCAA workshop, etc. You will play 18 holes of competition with Coach Bradley, and Coach Caldwell as they guide you through your round.

Parents are encouraged to participate in the development workshops with exception of playing the 18 hole competition.

South Florida Junior Golf Exposure Camp will keep a 5 to 1 camper to coach ratio in order to provide for a safe and highest-quality instructional experience.  Camp is open to any/all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level or gender.

The fee includes instruction, range balls, green fees and written evaluations. Campers and parents will be responsible for arranging their own travel and hotel reservations.

Camp Highlights

  • Junior Golf Development Workshop
  • Simulated College Golf Practice
  • Full Swing Instruction
  • Putting Skills & Green Reading
  • Rules
  • Course Management
  • 18 Hole Competition
  • Written Evaluation from coaches

REGISTER TODAY

South Florida Junior Golf Exposure Camp

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA – JUNIOR GOLF EXPOSURE CAMP 3.25.18

Junior Golfers come train with University of South Florida coaching staff Sunday, March 25th, 2018.  The coaching staff will help elevate your game to the next level by spending a day with Head Men’s Coach, Steve Bradley and his assistant coach, Brad Caldwell.

This camp is limited to the first 10 boy junior golfers. Campers receive written feedback based on 10 different areas of evaluation.

South Florida Junior Golf Exposure Camp is for any junior golfer whose goal is to take their game to the next level. The camp is open to the first 10 boys to sign up. The one-day camp curriculum is designed to offer skill assessment and intense training for the competitive junior golfer.

This unique one day experience will include all facets of the game and a simulated college golf practice; full swing, short game, putting, course management, sports psychology, nutrition, physical fitness, NCAA workshop, etc. You will play 18 holes of competition with Coach Bradley, and Coach Caldwell as they guide you through your round.

Parents are encouraged to participate in the development workshops with exception of playing the 18 hole competition.

South Florida Junior Golf Exposure Camp will keep a 5 to 1 camper to coach ratio in order to provide for a safe and highest-quality instructional experience.  Camp is open to any/all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level or gender.

The fee includes instruction, range balls, green fees and written evaluations. Campers and parents will be responsible for arranging their own travel and hotel reservations.

Camp Highlights

  • Junior Golf Development Workshop
  • Simulated College Golf Practice
  • Full Swing Instruction
  • Putting Skills & Green Reading
  • Rules
  • Course Management
  • 18 Hole Competition
  • Written Evaluation from coaches

REGISTER TODAY

New Ivy League Camp opportunity

Ivy League Coaches Attending:

Will Green, Head Golf Coach – Princeton University

Rich Parker, Head Golf Coach – Dartmouth College

Mike Hughes, Head Golf Coach – Brown University

 General Info

Train with the Princeton University, Dartmouth College and Brown University head coaches on Sunday, March 4th, 2018 at the Leadbetter Golf Academy – Champions Gate in Orlando, Florida.  This college golf exposure camp will help elevate your game to the next level by spending a day with head coaches, Will Green, Rich Parker and Mike Hughes.

This camp is limited to the first 15 boy junior golfers.

This Junior Golf Exposure Camp is for any junior golfer whose goal is to take their game to the next level.  The camp is open to the first 15 boys sign up. The one-day junior golf exposure camp curriculum is designed to offer skill assessment and intense training for the competitive junior golfer.

This unique one day experience will include all facets of the game; full swing, short game, putting, course management, sports psychology, nutrition, physical fitness, NCAA workshop, etc.  You will play 18 holes of competition with Coach Green, Coach Parker and Coach Hughes as they guide you through your round.

Parents are encouraged to participate in the development workshops with exception of the 18 hole competition.

This Junior Golf Exposure Camp will keep a 5 to 1 camper to coach ratio in order to provide for a safe and highest-quality instructional experience.  Camp is open to any/all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level or gender.

The fee includes instruction, range balls, green fees and written evaluations.  Campers and parents will be responsible for arranging their own travel and hotel reservations.

Camp Highlights

  • Junior Golf Exposure Workshop
  • Simulated College Golf Practice
  • Full Swing Instruction
  • Putting Skills & Green Reading
  • Rules
  • Course Management
  • 18 Hole Competition
  • Written Evaluation from 3 NCAA Division 1 coaches

REGISTER TODAY

New Ivy League Camp opportunity

Ivy League Coaches Attending:

Will Green, Head Golf Coach – Princeton University

Rich Parker, Head Golf Coach – Dartmouth College

Mike Hughes, Head Golf Coach – Brown University

 General Info

Train with the Princeton University, Dartmouth College and Brown University head coaches on Sunday, March 4th, 2018 at the Leadbetter Golf Academy – Champions Gate in Orlando, Florida.  This college golf exposure camp will help elevate your game to the next level by spending a day with head coaches, Will Green, Rich Parker and Mike Hughes.

This camp is limited to the first 15 boy junior golfers.

This Junior Golf Exposure Camp is for any junior golfer whose goal is to take their game to the next level.  The camp is open to the first 15 boys sign up. The one-day junior golf exposure camp curriculum is designed to offer skill assessment and intense training for the competitive junior golfer.

This unique one day experience will include all facets of the game; full swing, short game, putting, course management, sports psychology, nutrition, physical fitness, NCAA workshop, etc.  You will play 18 holes of competition with Coach Green, Coach Parker and Coach Hughes as they guide you through your round.

Parents are encouraged to participate in the development workshops with exception of the 18 hole competition.

This Junior Golf Exposure Camp will keep a 5 to 1 camper to coach ratio in order to provide for a safe and highest-quality instructional experience.  Camp is open to any/all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level or gender.

The fee includes instruction, range balls, green fees and written evaluations.  Campers and parents will be responsible for arranging their own travel and hotel reservations.

Camp Highlights

  • Junior Golf Exposure Workshop
  • Simulated College Golf Practice
  • Full Swing Instruction
  • Putting Skills & Green Reading
  • Rules
  • Course Management
  • 18 Hole Competition
  • Written Evaluation from 3 NCAA Division 1 coaches

REGISTER TODAY

Connect to College Golf in 2018

5 Questions and Answers about College Golf Camps of America.

1. Are all these colleges going to be there? I mean really?
Yes, REALLY, the NCAA guidelines allow for coaches to work camps. So, over the past 5 years, we have contracted over 200 major college coaches within the NCAA guidelines…no different than coaches running their own camps, CGC is the buffet of College Golf Coaches at one camp….make sense?

2. Why do you only have BIG D-1 schools when I will probably play at a lower level?

This is a simple but unique answer. No one realizes the networking that goes on behind college coaching unless your a coach. For example, we have been told that if we have 18 major college coaches in attendance, you might as well have 50 lower level coaches in their pockets. Here is why….the coach at a “big-time” college may see a camper who can’t play for them, but could play for a “friend of his/her” at a smaller college…hence the vast network of coaching and the coaching fraternity. Now, we are not saying we will have 50 coaches in attendance, but we are trying to explain the relationships within college coaching and how they help each other out……

3. How will the coaches see me play?
Great question, coaches in attendance will be roaming the camp all day, from the range to the golf course. We will assign each coach a cart and 3-4 holes to per day. Those coaches will watch players come through their assigned holes each day. They will be assigned 3-4 holes on the first day and then 3-4 different holes the next. Having 18 coaches in attendance, every hole will have an overlap of coaches…..hence forcing them to watch campers come through so they can coach, evaluate, instruct, etc…..pretty cool huh?

4. Do my parents need to attend?
Absolutely, it is the opinion of the CGC that the parents could get as much or more information from the camp as their son or daughter. Parents can do everything but play. They can rent a cart and follow their son/daughter. They need to attend the clinics. The clinics are full of big-time information from college coaches. These clinics are geared to educate the campers and the parents!!

5. Am I good enough? Is my handicap too high?
This is a great question, but you and your parents are the only ones to answer it. We are open to all players of all skill-sets. This camp is geared for players who want to play college golf, period. Who are we to label a player and say they good enough? Don’t ever allow someone to label you. We believe in the process to gain results. Ultimately we can only control our attitude and our effort!! So don’t allow anyone to label who you are or who you will become!!

Connect to College Golf in 2018

5 Questions and Answers about College Golf Camps of America.

1. Are all these colleges going to be there? I mean really?
Yes, REALLY, the NCAA guidelines allow for coaches to work camps. So, over the past 5 years, we have contracted over 200 major college coaches within the NCAA guidelines…no different than coaches running their own camps, CGC is the buffet of College Golf Coaches at one camp….make sense?

2. Why do you only have BIG D-1 schools when I will probably play at a lower level?

This is a simple but unique answer. No one realizes the networking that goes on behind college coaching unless your a coach. For example, we have been told that if we have 18 major college coaches in attendance, you might as well have 50 lower level coaches in their pockets. Here is why….the coach at a “big-time” college may see a camper who can’t play for them, but could play for a “friend of his/her” at a smaller college…hence the vast network of coaching and the coaching fraternity. Now, we are not saying we will have 50 coaches in attendance, but we are trying to explain the relationships within college coaching and how they help each other out……

3. How will the coaches see me play?
Great question, coaches in attendance will be roaming the camp all day, from the range to the golf course. We will assign each coach a cart and 3-4 holes to per day. Those coaches will watch players come through their assigned holes each day. They will be assigned 3-4 holes on the first day and then 3-4 different holes the next. Having 18 coaches in attendance, every hole will have an overlap of coaches…..hence forcing them to watch campers come through so they can coach, evaluate, instruct, etc…..pretty cool huh?

4. Do my parents need to attend?
Absolutely, it is the opinion of the CGC that the parents could get as much or more information from the camp as their son or daughter. Parents can do everything but play. They can rent a cart and follow their son/daughter. They need to attend the clinics. The clinics are full of big-time information from college coaches. These clinics are geared to educate the campers and the parents!!

5. Am I good enough? Is my handicap too high?
This is a great question, but you and your parents are the only ones to answer it. We are open to all players of all skill-sets. This camp is geared for players who want to play college golf, period. Who are we to label a player and say they good enough? Don’t ever allow someone to label you. We believe in the process to gain results. Ultimately we can only control our attitude and our effort!! So don’t allow anyone to label who you are or who you will become!!

USC – Chris Zambri – Junior Golf Exposure Camp

USC–College Golf Camps-Chris Zambri–Junior Golf Exposure Camp

USC–College Golf Camps-Chris Zambri–Junior Golf Exposure Camp

Los Robles Greens 299 South Moorpark Rd Thousand Oaks California 91321
Los Angeles, California
http://www.losroblesgreens.com/

Featured Camp Events:
Junior golfers seeking to take their game to the next level.
College Golf Camps Junior Golf Exposure Camp curriculum is designed to offer skill assessments as well targeted instruction for competitive junior golfers.

https://collegegolfcamps.com/juniorgolfcamps/

USC–College Golf Camps-Chris Zambri–Junior Golf Exposure Camp

USC–College Golf Camps-Chris Zambri–Junior Golf Exposure Camp

USC – Chris Zambri – Junior Golf Exposure Camp

 

Junior Golfers – Learn, Compete, Interact, Showcase and Gain Exposure to

College Golf Camps 2018

College Golf Camps for High Schoolers and Youth Golf Programs

Winter, Spring and Summer

College Golf Exposure Camps

Advanced junior golf camps topics include:

instruction, range balls, green fees and written evaluations.

Camp Highlights

  • Junior Golf Workshops
  • College Golf Practice
  • Full Swing
  • Putting Skills
  • Green Reading
  • Rules
  • Course Management
  • 18 Hole Competition

 Written Evaluations from College Golf Coaches

USC – Chris Zambri – Junior Golf Exposure Camp

 College Golf Camps –  Golf Resorts and Courses:

Los Robles Greens 299 South Moorpark Rd Thousand Oaks California 91321

Los Angeles, California

http://www.losroblesgreens.com/

 Located in the rolling foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains in Thousand Oaks approximately forty miles from Los Angeles, California

Los Robles Greens Golf Course is

Rated 4 1/2 Stars by Golf Digest.

Design by golf course architect William F. Bell in the old style, with terrain completely natural.

Includes eight-acre golf practice facility

USC – Chris Zambri – Junior Golf Exposure Camp

Chris Zambri, Head Coach

Former USC All-Pac-10 performer and longtime Nationwide Tour veteran,

in his 12th year as USC’s men’s golf head coach, establishing himself as one of the top coaches in the nation with three consecutive NCAA Championships quarterfinal match-play appearances – including one final and one semifinal berth — among 11 straight trips to the NCAA Championships final week.

Zambri’s teams have won 27 events (as of the end of the 2016-17 season), including conference titles in 2007 and 2011 and NCAA Regionals in 2008, 2012 and 2017. His 2015 team was a program-best NCAA Championships runner-up, followed up by an NCAA semifinal finish in 2016 and a quarterfinal appearance in 2017. His 2008 team came within three strokes of first place at the NCAAs. Trojan golfers have also won 23 individual crowns under Zambri (as of the end of the 2016-17 season).

 http://usctrojans.com/staff.aspx?staff=295

https://collegegolfcamps.com/juniorgolfcamps/

College Golf Camps 2108

USC – Chris Zambri – Junior Golf Exposure Camp

USC–College Golf Camps-Chris Zambri–Junior Golf Exposure Camp

USC–College Golf Camps-Chris Zambri–Junior Golf Exposure Camp

Los Robles Greens 299 South Moorpark Rd Thousand Oaks California 91321
Los Angeles, California
http://www.losroblesgreens.com/

Featured Camp Events:
Junior golfers seeking to take their game to the next level.
College Golf Camps Junior Golf Exposure Camp curriculum is designed to offer skill assessments as well targeted instruction for competitive junior golfers.

https://collegegolfcamps.com/juniorgolfcamps/

USC–College Golf Camps-Chris Zambri–Junior Golf Exposure Camp

USC–College Golf Camps-Chris Zambri–Junior Golf Exposure Camp

USC – Chris Zambri – Junior Golf Exposure Camp

 

Junior Golfers – Learn, Compete, Interact, Showcase and Gain Exposure to

College Golf Camps 2018

College Golf Camps for High Schoolers and Youth Golf Programs

Winter, Spring and Summer

College Golf Exposure Camps

Advanced junior golf camps topics include:

instruction, range balls, green fees and written evaluations.

Camp Highlights

  • Junior Golf Workshops
  • College Golf Practice
  • Full Swing
  • Putting Skills
  • Green Reading
  • Rules
  • Course Management
  • 18 Hole Competition

 Written Evaluations from College Golf Coaches

USC – Chris Zambri – Junior Golf Exposure Camp

 College Golf Camps –  Golf Resorts and Courses:

Los Robles Greens 299 South Moorpark Rd Thousand Oaks California 91321

Los Angeles, California

http://www.losroblesgreens.com/

 Located in the rolling foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains in Thousand Oaks approximately forty miles from Los Angeles, California

Los Robles Greens Golf Course is

Rated 4 1/2 Stars by Golf Digest.

Design by golf course architect William F. Bell in the old style, with terrain completely natural.

Includes eight-acre golf practice facility

USC – Chris Zambri – Junior Golf Exposure Camp

Chris Zambri, Head Coach

Former USC All-Pac-10 performer and longtime Nationwide Tour veteran,

in his 12th year as USC’s men’s golf head coach, establishing himself as one of the top coaches in the nation with three consecutive NCAA Championships quarterfinal match-play appearances – including one final and one semifinal berth — among 11 straight trips to the NCAA Championships final week.

Zambri’s teams have won 27 events (as of the end of the 2016-17 season), including conference titles in 2007 and 2011 and NCAA Regionals in 2008, 2012 and 2017. His 2015 team was a program-best NCAA Championships runner-up, followed up by an NCAA semifinal finish in 2016 and a quarterfinal appearance in 2017. His 2008 team came within three strokes of first place at the NCAAs. Trojan golfers have also won 23 individual crowns under Zambri (as of the end of the 2016-17 season).

 http://usctrojans.com/staff.aspx?staff=295

https://collegegolfcamps.com/juniorgolfcamps/

College Golf Camps 2108

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