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Recruit PKB: College Coach Perspective Part 3

This is part 3 of a series based on a recent survey sent out to 50+ college coaches at all division levels. There were so many great responses to this question that I decided to list a big majority of them. I think this is great feedback from coaches to understand what else junior golfers need to be doing in order to be prepared for college golf. What else beyond their golf game can they do to better prepare for college golf? "Time management is the biggest problem for Freshman. If you can start making a weekly schedule now it will help you when you get to college." – Division 1 Women’s Coach “Work hard in school. Take Honors and AP classes. The harder you work in high school, the easier it will be in college. You'll have a better foundation and be less stressed about golf. [...]

By | 2017-09-13T12:14:13+00:00 February 26th, 2013|College Recruiting Articles, The Recruiting Process|0 Comments

Recruit PKB: College Coach Perspective Part 2

This is part 2 of a series based on a recent survey sent out to 50+ college coaches at all division levels. Below are some of the top and most common answers. What advice would you give parents to better support their kids throughout junior golf? "Don't make decisions or discourage the decisions your children make. Help them learn how to do things for themselves." - D1 Men's and Women's Coach "Let the kid push themselves because in golf you need to be self motivated once you get to college golf" - D1 Women's Coach "Let them be responsible for themselves, making schedules, filling out applications" - D1 Men's Coach "Stay out of the way and don't interfere with golf swings. Let the instructor or coach deal with it and let it be their responsibility" - D2 Men's and Women's Coach "Parents need to realize that not [...]

By | 2017-09-13T12:14:14+00:00 February 19th, 2013|College Recruiting Articles, The Recruiting Process|0 Comments