After missing a 3-foot putt and seeing his three-shot lead disappear on his final nine holes of the AJGA Junior Players Championship, Travis Vick felt like he was on an island.
Sure, the missed par putt came on TPC Sawgrass’ iconic 17th green, but that wasn’t why. Vick, an 18-year-old high-school senior from Houston, is considered one of the top junior golfers in the country, ranked sixth by Golfweek. Yet years of contending and close calls have added up to nothing more than a couple of prep victories
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What Are the Latest Changes to the NCAA Recruiting Rules (as of Spring 2018)?
Article by Ted Gleason
The NCAA has implemented new recruiting rules with the intent to allow prospective student-athletes more time to navigate their options and to limit the number of recruits getting verbal offers as eighth graders, freshman, and sophomores in high school.