|1||Akshay Bhatia||Wake Forest||NC||12||2020|
|4||Ricky Castillo||Yorba Linda||CA||9||2019|
|1||Lucy Li||Redwood Shores||CA||5||2020|
|5||Lei (Angelin Ye||Shanghai||--||4||2019|
Too Cold to Play Golf?
Now is the time to finalize your Golf & Academic Resume!
Do you have aspirations of playing golf in college? Is your goal to obtain a golfing scholarship to help defer the costs of college? What if you have a great tournament but all there is are your name and scores? Are you making it difficult for a coach to know more about you?
Getting a coach's attention is about two things: visibility and making it easy for the coach to contact and follow you. So ask yourself, how does a player develop a proactive strategy that helps his name stay on a coach's short list of recruits for his graduating class? By presenting yourself professionally and being as visible as possible.
You can view previous junior golfers who made the decision to create their Golf and Academic Resume and where they are playing golf in college by clicking here!
So with the exciting possibility of playing college golf, think about creating your Junior Golf ScoreboardSM Golf and Academic Resume.
Prepare like a Champion to be a Champion
Article by Ray Bikulcius
Late afternoon tee times give competitive golfers plenty of time to obsess about their upcoming round. Nervous anticipation can lead to thoughts of previous bad rounds, bad scores and undesired outcomes.
What Letter Will You Write to Your Younger Self
Article by Nicky Goetze
Today, I’d like to share a letter I recently wrote to “my younger self,” my “junior golfer self” of 30-plus years ago, with advice I wish I could time-travel to tell him.
I’ve been fortunate (in my past) to achieve success as an AJGA junior golfer, Division I collegiate player at Clemson, and even as a tour professional in Canada and Asia. But, I’m certain sage advice from my experienced “older self” would have made my journey in golf as a youngster a bit smoother and likely more successful.