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Who is leading the world golf ranking?

Hmm, when we hear the ranking word the interest instantly develop that lets see who is leading out the table and with what stats. So, lets talk about the ranking and stats about the player securing 1st position in Official World Golf rankings 2019.

Well if we talk about the Official World Golf Ranking basically it is a system for rating the performance level of male professional golfers. It was started in 1986. Here the rankings are based on individual tournament played by any golfer over a “rolling” two-year period. New rankings are produced each week.

Let’s come to the topic of this article who is leading the world golf ranking? Any guesses you might thinking about Tiger woods? Not at all this is 2019 lads so who don’t know him the very famous an American golfer Brooks Koepka. He is the one who is securing number one spot in Official World Golf Ranking While Rory Mcllory contains second spot.

A few weeks ago, World No. 1 Brooks Koepka made it clear that he doesn’t really think Rory McIlroy belongs in his same class.

“I’ve been out here for, what, five years. Rory hasn’t won a major since I’ve been on the PGA Tour. So, I just don’t view it as a rivalry,” Koepka told the AFP. “I’m not looking at anybody behind me. … I’m No. 1 in the world. I’ve got open road in front of me and I’m not looking in the rearview mirror, so I don’t see it as a rivalry.”

READ: Square strike wedge VS C3i wedge

Who is leading the world golf ranking?

Hmm, when we hear the ranking word the interest instantly develop that lets see who is leading out the table and with what stats. So, lets talk about the ranking and stats about the player securing 1st position in Official World Golf rankings 2019.

Well if we talk about the Official World Golf Ranking basically it is a system for rating the performance level of male professional golfers. It was started in 1986. Here the rankings are based on individual tournament played by any golfer over a “rolling” two-year period. New rankings are produced each week.

Let’s come to the topic of this article who is leading the world golf ranking? Any guesses you might thinking about Tiger woods? Not at all this is 2019 lads so who don’t know him the very famous an American golfer Brooks Koepka. He is the one who is securing number one spot in Official World Golf Ranking While Rory Mcllory contains second spot.

A few weeks ago, World No. 1 Brooks Koepka made it clear that he doesn’t really think Rory McIlroy belongs in his same class.

“I’ve been out here for, what, five years. Rory hasn’t won a major since I’ve been on the PGA Tour. So, I just don’t view it as a rivalry,” Koepka told the AFP. “I’m not looking at anybody behind me. … I’m No. 1 in the world. I’ve got open road in front of me and I’m not looking in the rearview mirror, so I don’t see it as a rivalry.”

READ: Square strike wedge VS C3i wedge

Master of Golf Returns

Yes, It is true Tiger woods has returned to Golf and what a comeback he got really incredible!

The fourth time Tiger Woods won the Masters, he decimated the field and crumbled in his father’s arms. “We made it,” Earl Woods told his then-21-year-old son, It is really remarkable effort by Tiger woods.

It had been 3,954 days since Woods last won a major. Somehow, it felt even longer. Suddenly a man who went five years without a win on tour has two in the past seven months. His turn-back-the-clock performance materialized when it mattered most. He now has three top-10s in his past four majors.

The 2019 Masters Tournament was the 83rd edition of the Masters Tournament and the first of golf’s four major championships in 2019, held between April 11 and 14 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Tiger Woods won his fifth Green Jacket, and fifteenth major, by one stroke ahead of three runners-up.

How he won?

Just as he has previously, Woods bashed the par-5s (-8), going three-under on them over the final round. He approached the 15th hole in a three-way tie with Xander Schauffele and Francesco Molinari, detonated his tee shot and immediately began walking toward the hole as it soared through the sky. He two-putted his way to a birdie and an outright lead and never looked back.

The last time Woods won the Masters, his chip-in on the No. 16 green provided the signature highlight of his career. Playing the same hole 14 years later, Woods added to his legend. He struck an 8-iron to the center of the green, spinning it back down the hill where it stopped 4 feet from the pin. As pandemonium played around Woods at the tee box, a replay showed him at-ease cooing “come on” to his ball at it inched closer to history.

“Maybe the son of golf has returned,” broadcaster and former Masters champion Nick Faldo said as Woods left the 17th green.

Read : Square strike wedge and C3i wedge differences

Master of Golf Returns

Yes, It is true Tiger woods has returned to Golf and what a comeback he got really incredible!

The fourth time Tiger Woods won the Masters, he decimated the field and crumbled in his father’s arms. “We made it,” Earl Woods told his then-21-year-old son, It is really remarkable effort by Tiger woods.

It had been 3,954 days since Woods last won a major. Somehow, it felt even longer. Suddenly a man who went five years without a win on tour has two in the past seven months. His turn-back-the-clock performance materialized when it mattered most. He now has three top-10s in his past four majors.

The 2019 Masters Tournament was the 83rd edition of the Masters Tournament and the first of golf’s four major championships in 2019, held between April 11 and 14 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Tiger Woods won his fifth Green Jacket, and fifteenth major, by one stroke ahead of three runners-up.

How he won?

Just as he has previously, Woods bashed the par-5s (-8), going three-under on them over the final round. He approached the 15th hole in a three-way tie with Xander Schauffele and Francesco Molinari, detonated his tee shot and immediately began walking toward the hole as it soared through the sky. He two-putted his way to a birdie and an outright lead and never looked back.

The last time Woods won the Masters, his chip-in on the No. 16 green provided the signature highlight of his career. Playing the same hole 14 years later, Woods added to his legend. He struck an 8-iron to the center of the green, spinning it back down the hill where it stopped 4 feet from the pin. As pandemonium played around Woods at the tee box, a replay showed him at-ease cooing “come on” to his ball at it inched closer to history.

“Maybe the son of golf has returned,” broadcaster and former Masters champion Nick Faldo said as Woods left the 17th green.

Read : Square strike wedge and C3i wedge differences

Square strike wedge and C3i wedge differences!

In Golf we already know about square strike and this year the C3i wedge introduced which looks unique and stylish. The Square Strike Wedge was one of the most popular wedges of 2017. Many famous golfers used this square strike and they have really great reviews about that and now this C3i wedge came in to the world of golf it has really gained the attention of many golfers since it was first introduced in Golf Digest

So,

   Below. . .

Let’s see the main differences between them!

 

square strike

Both are different in every aspects it is up to you which you carry in a most better way!

Square strike wedge and C3i wedge differences!

In Golf we already know about square strike and this year the C3i wedge introduced which looks unique and stylish. The Square Strike Wedge was one of the most popular wedges of 2017. Many famous golfers used this square strike and they have really great reviews about that and now this C3i wedge came in to the world of golf it has really gained the attention of many golfers since it was first introduced in Golf Digest

So,

   Below. . .

Let’s see the main differences between them!

 

square strike

Both are different in every aspects it is up to you which you carry in a most better way!

Amy Bond – Florida State University – College Golf Coach of the Day

Where did you play college golf?

Florida State

First coaching position?

Asst coach at Florida State

What is your greatest achievement?

Coaching at my Alma mater

What is your proudest moment as a coach?

Every player I have ever coached has graduated.

What trait do dislike the most?

Dishonesty

What trait do admire the most?

Honesty and great work ethic

What is your greatest fear?

Not a huge fan of the dark. 😉

Best advice you received as a junior golfer?

I can only control me and my attitude on the course.

Biggest misunderstanding of current junior golfers?

That they are very lazy and not willing to work hard.

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

No matter what the situation to be more positive.

If you could change one thing about college golf, what would it be?

I would have 27 competition days instead of 24.

What is your greatest regret?

Don’t have one

Favorite colors?

Red

What is your motto?

No One Gets There Alone

Talent you most desire in your players?

Being coachable

Amy Bond – Florida State University – College Golf Coach of the Day

Where did you play college golf?

Florida State

First coaching position?

Asst coach at Florida State

What is your greatest achievement?

Coaching at my Alma mater

What is your proudest moment as a coach?

Every player I have ever coached has graduated.

What trait do dislike the most?

Dishonesty

What trait do admire the most?

Honesty and great work ethic

What is your greatest fear?

Not a huge fan of the dark. 😉

Best advice you received as a junior golfer?

I can only control me and my attitude on the course.

Biggest misunderstanding of current junior golfers?

That they are very lazy and not willing to work hard.

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

No matter what the situation to be more positive.

If you could change one thing about college golf, what would it be?

I would have 27 competition days instead of 24.

What is your greatest regret?

Don’t have one

Favorite colors?

Red

What is your motto?

No One Gets There Alone

Talent you most desire in your players?

Being coachable

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)

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

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!!

Improve your tempo with Tempo in Motion similar to Jordan Spieth

How can you improve your swing tempo?  What are you currently doing now to improve the rhythm of your golf swing?

Rhythm is the heart of every sport!  Train your rhythm and personalize your ideal tempo to perform your best.

Tempo in Motion is the first in-depth system to mastering your rhythm for optimal performance.”

Jordan Spieth’s swing coach Cameron McCormick – “Tempo in Motion is the best means to find the sync in your swing. You’ll be amazed at how solid and straight you can start hitting it.”

What is Tempo in Motion?

Tempo in Motion is the best Rhythm and Tempo System for Sports Training. We combine scientifically engineered music and tools designed to determine and perfect your tempo and rhythm. Our company has developed software and a unique system with the feedback and support of many sports professionals.  Tempo in Motion also provides the only streaming radio for tempo and rhythm training.

Payne Stewart’s Rhythm and Tempo by Pat O’Brien “The overall goal when you putt or play golf is to have a flow or rhythm about you. That’s why I love Tempo in Motion!”

– Pat O’Brien Short Game Coach to 2007 Masters Champion Zach Johnson

Find, analyze, and perfect your individual tempo and rhythm with our proven system that uses auditory click patterns and music tracks to sync your movement for any sport.  Coaches and trainers work to strengthen the body and mind.  Tempo in Motion is the glue that ties it all together.

What are some of the benefits of Tempo in Motion?

Here are some benefits that golfers and golf coaches have reported:

  • Improved motion sequence
  • Consistency
  • Good rhythm
  • More power
  • Longer distance
  • Better swing plane
  • Concentration/ focus
  • Less stress
  • More drive
  • Improved accuracy
  • More fun at the range

Improve your tempo with Tempo in Motion similar to Jordan Spieth

How can you improve your swing tempo?  What are you currently doing now to improve the rhythm of your golf swing?

Rhythm is the heart of every sport!  Train your rhythm and personalize your ideal tempo to perform your best.

Tempo in Motion is the first in-depth system to mastering your rhythm for optimal performance.”

Jordan Spieth’s swing coach Cameron McCormick – “Tempo in Motion is the best means to find the sync in your swing. You’ll be amazed at how solid and straight you can start hitting it.”

What is Tempo in Motion?

Tempo in Motion is the best Rhythm and Tempo System for Sports Training. We combine scientifically engineered music and tools designed to determine and perfect your tempo and rhythm. Our company has developed software and a unique system with the feedback and support of many sports professionals.  Tempo in Motion also provides the only streaming radio for tempo and rhythm training.

Payne Stewart’s Rhythm and Tempo by Pat O’Brien “The overall goal when you putt or play golf is to have a flow or rhythm about you. That’s why I love Tempo in Motion!”

– Pat O’Brien Short Game Coach to 2007 Masters Champion Zach Johnson

Find, analyze, and perfect your individual tempo and rhythm with our proven system that uses auditory click patterns and music tracks to sync your movement for any sport.  Coaches and trainers work to strengthen the body and mind.  Tempo in Motion is the glue that ties it all together.

What are some of the benefits of Tempo in Motion?

Here are some benefits that golfers and golf coaches have reported:

  • Improved motion sequence
  • Consistency
  • Good rhythm
  • More power
  • Longer distance
  • Better swing plane
  • Concentration/ focus
  • Less stress
  • More drive
  • Improved accuracy
  • More fun at the range

Future Champions Golf continues to grow with new junior golf directors and Canadian tournaments

Future Champions Golf growth continues.  FCG, a key College Golf Camps partner is planning for new tournaments in Kansas, Canada and now names new tournament directors in Texas, Kansas, Northern California, Southern California, Northern Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and Canada.

Founded by Chris Smeal, PGA in fall 2003, Chris has a passion for junior golf.  FCG and Chris have become the experts in junior golf development and tournament hosts.  FCG’s upcoming tournament now has over 500 junior golfers registered.

Carlos Brown named tournament director in Texas

Carlos is set to host the Inaugural FCG CBGA Texas Invitational in early summer 2018 in Dallas, TX. The event will be a qualifier for the FCG Callaway World Championship now annually played at the Westin Mission Hills.  Stay tuned for more information about this special event and check out our other FCG Texas Tournaments here!

Carlos has been involved with Future Champions Golf for many years now including bringing a team to San Diego for the Callaway Junior Cup event featuring Chris Smeal Golf Academy verses the Carlos Brown Academy.  Carlos sends his players to several of the annual FCG Tournaments.

Carlos is a proud member of the Callaway Elite Staff Team

TJ Atley named tournament director in Canada. 

Future Champions Golf Tour to host a special event in Vancouver, Canada.  June 26-27-28 – first two days Hazelmere GC (1 pm start) and the final day Swan –E-Set Bay Resort

FCG NorCal Tournament Director – Greg Dumlao

 

Greg has hosted FCG events in Northern CA annually for 4 years and will be bringing more events to different areas over the next several years.  These events will expand our National Tour, create more opportunities for players to qualify for the prestigious FCG Callaway World Championship, and much more.

Vincent Martinico – FCG Tournament Director for Arizona and Nevada Events

Vincent has been with the Future Champions Golf staff for over a year and has excelled in becoming a Tournament Director.  Vincent will oversee development of key events in Nevada and Arizona as well as the San Diego Kids and One Day Series Events.  Meet Vincent next week at the FCG Arizona Championship being played at Ocotillo Golf Course!

Vincent will work alongside FCG Director of Operations, Antrone Williams.

Maranie Jaslowski – FCG Tournament Director for Southern California and Northern Mexico (Tijuana)

Maranie has been a driving force behind the Tournament Program for Future Champions Golf for years and now will be responsible for overseeing all Southern California events throughout all the levels of the program. She will work directly with Antrone Williams, Director of Operations on all facets of the tour.

FCG will be hosting an event in Tijuana, MX in 2018 with the support of the Tijuana CC and host Ricardo Montemayor.

Josh Nahm to host FCG Kansas State Championship in 2018

Josh is set to host the inaugural FCG Kansas State Championship in Spring 2018 with the top finishers earning a spot in the 2018 FCG Callaway World Championship!

 

FCG’s tournament headquarters and golf academy are located at Stadium Golf Center in San Diego, CA.

 

 

Future Champions Golf continues to grow with new junior golf directors and Canadian tournaments

Future Champions Golf growth continues.  FCG, a key College Golf Camps partner is planning for new tournaments in Kansas, Canada and now names new tournament directors in Texas, Kansas, Northern California, Southern California, Northern Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and Canada.

Founded by Chris Smeal, PGA in fall 2003, Chris has a passion for junior golf.  FCG and Chris have become the experts in junior golf development and tournament hosts.  FCG’s upcoming tournament now has over 500 junior golfers registered.

Carlos Brown named tournament director in Texas

Carlos is set to host the Inaugural FCG CBGA Texas Invitational in early summer 2018 in Dallas, TX. The event will be a qualifier for the FCG Callaway World Championship now annually played at the Westin Mission Hills.  Stay tuned for more information about this special event and check out our other FCG Texas Tournaments here!

Carlos has been involved with Future Champions Golf for many years now including bringing a team to San Diego for the Callaway Junior Cup event featuring Chris Smeal Golf Academy verses the Carlos Brown Academy.  Carlos sends his players to several of the annual FCG Tournaments.

Carlos is a proud member of the Callaway Elite Staff Team

TJ Atley named tournament director in Canada. 

Future Champions Golf Tour to host a special event in Vancouver, Canada.  June 26-27-28 – first two days Hazelmere GC (1 pm start) and the final day Swan –E-Set Bay Resort

FCG NorCal Tournament Director – Greg Dumlao

 

Greg has hosted FCG events in Northern CA annually for 4 years and will be bringing more events to different areas over the next several years.  These events will expand our National Tour, create more opportunities for players to qualify for the prestigious FCG Callaway World Championship, and much more.

Vincent Martinico – FCG Tournament Director for Arizona and Nevada Events

Vincent has been with the Future Champions Golf staff for over a year and has excelled in becoming a Tournament Director.  Vincent will oversee development of key events in Nevada and Arizona as well as the San Diego Kids and One Day Series Events.  Meet Vincent next week at the FCG Arizona Championship being played at Ocotillo Golf Course!

Vincent will work alongside FCG Director of Operations, Antrone Williams.

Maranie Jaslowski – FCG Tournament Director for Southern California and Northern Mexico (Tijuana)

Maranie has been a driving force behind the Tournament Program for Future Champions Golf for years and now will be responsible for overseeing all Southern California events throughout all the levels of the program. She will work directly with Antrone Williams, Director of Operations on all facets of the tour.

FCG will be hosting an event in Tijuana, MX in 2018 with the support of the Tijuana CC and host Ricardo Montemayor.

Josh Nahm to host FCG Kansas State Championship in 2018

Josh is set to host the inaugural FCG Kansas State Championship in Spring 2018 with the top finishers earning a spot in the 2018 FCG Callaway World Championship!

 

FCG’s tournament headquarters and golf academy are located at Stadium Golf Center in San Diego, CA.

 

 

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