The College Golf Guide contains valuable information on every 4-year and 2-year mens and womens intercollegiate golf program in the U.S.

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University of Texas celebrates the NCAA Championship in 2012. The Longhorns finished 2nd in 2016, 2018 and 2019 - and claimed the National Championship again in 2022.

Some great features:

  • coaches names, email and mailing addresses, phone numbers and scholarship availability
  • contact information for more than 1,800 coaches
  • NCAA, NAIA and Junior/Community College rules on eligibility, testing, letters of intent recruiting and detailed information on the NCAA and NAIA Eligibility Centers
  • Campus visits and phone calls plus rules and important questions to ask
  • link with Golfstat for College Golf Guide-Golfstat Interactive Score Conversion of junior scores to college tournament scores
  • letters to junior golfers and parents from college coaches at all levels of competition regarding schools, education, playing opportunities and scholarships/financial aid
  • SAT/ACT average scores for recent freshman classes at 4-year schools
  • learn about the SAT and ACT, the differences in the tests and why to consider taking both
  • calendar and step-by-step procedure of what to do from your freshman through senior year of high school
  • sample resumes and letters to get yourself noticed by college coaches
  • rating chart to help in comparing prospective colleges
  • complete team and individual scores for over 2000 college tournaments updated daily during the season (see your adjusted scores placed in the tournament results on your computer screen with Interactive Score Conversion)
  • information on junior tours, rankings and important websites
  • detailed information and requirements for international students
  • information on Professional Golf Management programs/degrees
Check out some team page examples in the College Golf Guide

The American College Golf Guide was written and first published in 1989 by Dean W. Frischknecht.

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