Finding the Correct College for You.

One of the amazing qualities of the US collegiate system is that none of the colleges or golf programs are the same. There really is a good fit out there for every talented golfer if you know where and how to look.
There are many variables from: coaching style, practice schedule, facilities, tournament schedule, workout regime, and the list keeps on going. When seeking a scholarship it is Important to find out exactly what you need to improve on, and what environment will help you prosper both academically and athletically. Then attempting to find a college that can facilitate your development.
With a seemingly endless list if things to worry about it can be difficult to ask the right questions when communicating with potential coaches. That is where we can help you, with experience in both playing and coaching we know both sides of the coin. We will be advising you every step of the way, I am sure with each others help we can find the best fit that is available for you, whether it is at a junior college in Kansas or a division 1 university in California.
Many people do not consider the academic standards that the university set for their athletes. This is probably one of the most important things to consider. If you are a C student we wouldn’t find you a scholarship at an Ivy League University, it is important to be able to adhere to the academic standards otherwise you will not stay eligible to play golf, which after all is the reason you went out to the states. Likewise if you are a 2 handicap we wouldn’t want you going to a top ten NCAA division 1 college, the chances of making the starting line up would be very slim, Being at a college where you get playing time is very important to help your development as a golfer, and will really make you enjoy your time at college.
If you would like to know more on how our expertise can help you find the scholarship you always wanted, please contact us at: info@golfscholarshipusa.co.uk
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