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Updates for San Diego

Please be patient as we are updating our website with new venues, coaches, dates, etc.

We are just getting started with our coaching rosters, at this point, we are excited to announce that University of Arizona, University of New Mexico, University of Nevada and University of San Diego have already committed to our San Diego event.

Updates for San Diego

Please be patient as we are updating our website with new venues, coaches, dates, etc.

We are just getting started with our coaching rosters, at this point, we are excited to announce that University of Arizona, University of New Mexico, University of Nevada and University of San Diego have already committed to our San Diego event.

Dr. Mark Guadagnoli to CGC – Dallas, July 28-30, 2013

We are excited to announce Dr. Mark Guadagnoli to be a key-note speaker at our Dallas, TX event. Topics will include but not limited to “a golfers mind” and “Good, better, how?”

Dr. Guadagnoli has worked with multiple athletes on the psychology of sport, including PGA Tour Player Ryan Moore.

Examples of Dr. Guadagnoli’s professional and collegiate golfers include:

  • PGA, LPGA, and Nationwide tour players
  • Several men and women collegiate All-Americans
  • US Amateur Champion
  • Western Amateur Champion
  • US Amateur Publinks Champion
  • Masters Qualifier
  • US Open participants
  • International JGA Tournament of Champions winner
  • Palmer Cup selection
  • Canadian National Team members
  • Atlantic International Junior Championship winner
  • North Texas PGA Championship winner
  • Junior World Champion winner

BIO: Mark Guadagnoli_Academic

Dr. Mark Guadagnoli has been a college Professor for over two decades and has taught and lectured at several universities including Arizona State University, Harvard University, UCLA, UNLV, and USC. He received his undergraduate and M.S. (Kinesiology: Psychology) degrees at Texas A&M University, and Ph.D. at Auburn University (Human Performance: Cognitive Psychology). He specializes in human performance and learning and has received numerous awards for this work (multiple time Student of the Year, Teacher of the Year, and Researcher of the Year). Dr. Guadagnoli has published more than 100 articles and abstracts and is the author of two books (Human Learning; Biology, Brain, and Neuroscience, and Practice to Learn, Play to Win). Dr. Guadagnoli’s primary line of research is related to the Challenge Point Framework (Guadagnoli & Lee, 2004). This is a model of learning which suggests that appropriate short term challenges result in efficient learning. This framework has been applied to practice manipulations including feedback structure, contextual interference, and variability of practice. Dr. Guadagnoli has also applied this research to his work with PGA, LPGA, and Nationwide tour winners, collegiate All-Americans, a US Amateur Publinks Champion, Masters and US Open participants, Palmer Cup member, Canadian National Team members, many NCAA All-Americans, a Junior World Champion winner, World Amateur winner, and USA Olympic Elite Track and Field athletes. Dr. Guadagnoli has been invited to present this work around the world including such countries as Canada, China, France, Germany, and Scotland and his work has been featured in the New York Times, Golf Magazine, GolfDigest, ESPN Radio, and on CBS Sports. He has been featured in the New York Times, Golf Magazine, GolfDigest, ESPN Radio, and CBS Sports. He is currently a faculty member at UNLV and Senior Scientist at Triad Consulting, Inc. (http://triadconsultinginc.com/)

Dr. Mark Guadagnoli to CGC – Dallas, July 28-30, 2013

We are excited to announce Dr. Mark Guadagnoli to be a key-note speaker at our Dallas, TX event. Topics will include but not limited to “a golfers mind” and “Good, better, how?”

Dr. Guadagnoli has worked with multiple athletes on the psychology of sport, including PGA Tour Player Ryan Moore.

Examples of Dr. Guadagnoli’s professional and collegiate golfers include:

  • PGA, LPGA, and Nationwide tour players
  • Several men and women collegiate All-Americans
  • US Amateur Champion
  • Western Amateur Champion
  • US Amateur Publinks Champion
  • Masters Qualifier
  • US Open participants
  • International JGA Tournament of Champions winner
  • Palmer Cup selection
  • Canadian National Team members
  • Atlantic International Junior Championship winner
  • North Texas PGA Championship winner
  • Junior World Champion winner

BIO: Mark Guadagnoli_Academic

Dr. Mark Guadagnoli has been a college Professor for over two decades and has taught and lectured at several universities including Arizona State University, Harvard University, UCLA, UNLV, and USC. He received his undergraduate and M.S. (Kinesiology: Psychology) degrees at Texas A&M University, and Ph.D. at Auburn University (Human Performance: Cognitive Psychology). He specializes in human performance and learning and has received numerous awards for this work (multiple time Student of the Year, Teacher of the Year, and Researcher of the Year). Dr. Guadagnoli has published more than 100 articles and abstracts and is the author of two books (Human Learning; Biology, Brain, and Neuroscience, and Practice to Learn, Play to Win). Dr. Guadagnoli’s primary line of research is related to the Challenge Point Framework (Guadagnoli & Lee, 2004). This is a model of learning which suggests that appropriate short term challenges result in efficient learning. This framework has been applied to practice manipulations including feedback structure, contextual interference, and variability of practice. Dr. Guadagnoli has also applied this research to his work with PGA, LPGA, and Nationwide tour winners, collegiate All-Americans, a US Amateur Publinks Champion, Masters and US Open participants, Palmer Cup member, Canadian National Team members, many NCAA All-Americans, a Junior World Champion winner, World Amateur winner, and USA Olympic Elite Track and Field athletes. Dr. Guadagnoli has been invited to present this work around the world including such countries as Canada, China, France, Germany, and Scotland and his work has been featured in the New York Times, Golf Magazine, GolfDigest, ESPN Radio, and on CBS Sports. He has been featured in the New York Times, Golf Magazine, GolfDigest, ESPN Radio, and CBS Sports. He is currently a faculty member at UNLV and Senior Scientist at Triad Consulting, Inc. (http://triadconsultinginc.com/)

CGC’s Mission Statement and Why we exist

Mission Statement

To become a trusted organization within the Junior Golf World by offering a simple solution, in terms of Junior Golf and the realities of college golf. CGC is focused on providing high-level Junior Golf camps in conjunction with premier college golf coaches. CGC events are a safe, reliable and highly-organized environment to help junior golfers develop into the players they want to become.

We will do this by through transparency and a high-level of integrity. We commit ourselves to this mission by adhering to our core values, building a program that believes in these values, developing quality partnerships and committing to the daily relentless pursuit of these core values.

Vision Statement

Our focus is to serve the Junior Golf World with opportunities never provided before. Through a constant search of perfection, we will offer Junior Golfers with big-time development opportunities.

We will always continue to improve and strive for excellence.

Core Concepts

Integrity
All relationships are founded on a degree of trust, with integrity being the foundation upon which trust is built.

By making integrity the focal point of College Golf Camps, it is found in every facet of our events. From project start to finish, you can count on CGC.

Service
This idea comes from placing integrity before everything else. The Junior Golfers needs are always put above the needs of CGC.

Excellence
CGC thrives on thinking of unique concepts found outside the box. Our core is driven by always improving. We are committed to improving Junior Golf and the experience for kids. We will be vigilant about finding the right way to educate and develop Junior Golfers.

At CGC events, the relentless pursuit of excellence drives our focus and defines our goals for improving opportunities within Junior Golf.

Why we exist

While CGC is a privately-owned business, our purpose and passion is to help kids. We have seen the struggles and challenges with Junior Golf. How do you get there? What do we do? Where do we go? We have listened, we have looked around and we have learned.

Change can be extremely difficult and anything new is always questioned. We extremely excited to present our concepts and unique focus to the Junior Golf World.

We have a fierce desire is to educate the player, the student, the child and the parents. Through precision and continued excellence, we will provide a premier, first-class experience for all involved.

CGC’s Mission Statement and Why we exist

Mission Statement

To become a trusted organization within the Junior Golf World by offering a simple solution, in terms of Junior Golf and the realities of college golf. CGC is focused on providing high-level Junior Golf camps in conjunction with premier college golf coaches. CGC events are a safe, reliable and highly-organized environment to help junior golfers develop into the players they want to become.

We will do this by through transparency and a high-level of integrity. We commit ourselves to this mission by adhering to our core values, building a program that believes in these values, developing quality partnerships and committing to the daily relentless pursuit of these core values.

Vision Statement

Our focus is to serve the Junior Golf World with opportunities never provided before. Through a constant search of perfection, we will offer Junior Golfers with big-time development opportunities.

We will always continue to improve and strive for excellence.

Core Concepts

Integrity
All relationships are founded on a degree of trust, with integrity being the foundation upon which trust is built.

By making integrity the focal point of College Golf Camps, it is found in every facet of our events. From project start to finish, you can count on CGC.

Service
This idea comes from placing integrity before everything else. The Junior Golfers needs are always put above the needs of CGC.

Excellence
CGC thrives on thinking of unique concepts found outside the box. Our core is driven by always improving. We are committed to improving Junior Golf and the experience for kids. We will be vigilant about finding the right way to educate and develop Junior Golfers.

At CGC events, the relentless pursuit of excellence drives our focus and defines our goals for improving opportunities within Junior Golf.

Why we exist

While CGC is a privately-owned business, our purpose and passion is to help kids. We have seen the struggles and challenges with Junior Golf. How do you get there? What do we do? Where do we go? We have listened, we have looked around and we have learned.

Change can be extremely difficult and anything new is always questioned. We extremely excited to present our concepts and unique focus to the Junior Golf World.

We have a fierce desire is to educate the player, the student, the child and the parents. Through precision and continued excellence, we will provide a premier, first-class experience for all involved.

5 questions about CGC answered

1. Are all these colleges going to be there? I mean really? Yes, REALLY, the NCAA guidelines allow for coaches to work camps. So, we have contracted 25 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 25 major college coaches in attendance, you might as well have 100 lower level coaches in their pockets. Here is why….the coach at a big-time college may see a player 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 100 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 25 coaches in attendance, every hole will have an overlap of coaches…..hence forcing them to watch players 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 caddy or rent a cart and follow their son/daughter. They need to attend the clinics. They will be full of big-time information from college coaches. These clinics are geared to educate the players and the parents!!
5. Is my handicap too high? I’m I good enough? 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!!

5 questions about CGC answered

1. Are all these colleges going to be there? I mean really? Yes, REALLY, the NCAA guidelines allow for coaches to work camps. So, we have contracted 25 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 25 major college coaches in attendance, you might as well have 100 lower level coaches in their pockets. Here is why….the coach at a big-time college may see a player 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 100 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 25 coaches in attendance, every hole will have an overlap of coaches…..hence forcing them to watch players 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 caddy or rent a cart and follow their son/daughter. They need to attend the clinics. They will be full of big-time information from college coaches. These clinics are geared to educate the players and the parents!!
5. Is my handicap too high? I’m I good enough? 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!!

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