The assumption, many times, is that a coach is going to ask you a lot of questions because you, as the recruit, are the one being “interviewed”. Don’t always assume that to be the case because many times a coach will expect the recruit to be prepared with questions to ask and may even expect the recruit to lead the conversation.
I recently had a player experience this with an initial call with a coach who didn’t ask her any questions and expected her to do all of the asking. Thankfully she was prepared with lots of great questions and kept the conversation going.
In most cases, a coach does this just to see if you are prepared and able to show the initiative to ask your own questions, but in some cases, coaches will honestly just be kind of lazy and not willing to do their homework to really get to know you. Don’t let that stop you from doing the work on your end to ask questions and learn more about whether or not the coach, golf program, and school will be a good fit.
Reality is that it’s your responsibility to find this out for yourself!