“I always appreciate it when a recruit has done a little research on college golf, and my team in particular.”
– Emily Kuhfeld, GA Southern Women’s Head Coach
Part of the recruiting process is to learn more about the school, coach, and golf program as you communicate with a college coach, but do as much initial research as you can. You can learn a lot thru the resources that are available online such as the school and team website, PING College Guide, CollegeBoard.com, Golfstat.com, Golfweek.com, and social media.
Also doing your research on the NCAA rules will show a coach that you’re serious about this process and understand what can and can’t happen at different stages. This will help you not make mistakes or misunderstand why a coach may not be responding to your emails or phone calls.
If you do the research you will be much more prepared for phone conversations and when you’re on visits. You will be more comfortable carrying on an actual conversation with the coaches instead of a just reading questions you have written down.
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