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Don’t you wish to compete for your college against other great golfers, be part of a team and continue to improve your game? You’re not the only one who wants to be a college golfer and travel with a team playing on great courses and getting expert coaching. If you’re serious about getting recruited to play college golf you will need to get your name out there to the college golf coaches. College golf coaches care about your golfing abilities, your handicap and how well you can get along with your team. You will need to create an online golf recruiting profile and upload your swing video, grades and personal information so that coaches across the country can start recruiting you. There are many great golf recruiting opportunities out there but first it’s about seeing what opportunities exist for you.


Once you decide you want to compete at the next level you need to decide what level is the best fit for you. Do you want to compete for a roster spot at a top-tier program, or are you more comfortable playing a lower level of competition while still always travelling with the team? Do you want to stay local, or go play for the coach that you think will help improve your game the most? Golf is a very popular collegiate sport and there are many great programs at all division levels.


  • NCAA Division 1 – 301 golf programs – 4.5 scholarship limit
  • NCAA Division 2 – 237 golf programs – 3.6 scholarship limit
  • NCAA Division 3 – 293 golf programs – zero scholarships available
  • NAIA – 164 golf programs – 5.0 scholarship limit
  • NJCAA – 180 golf programs – 8.0 scholarship limit


  • NCAA Division 1 – 263 golf programs – 6.0 scholarship limit
  • NCAA Division 2 – 191 golf programs – 5.4 scholarship limit
  • NCAA Division 3 – 196 golf programs – zero scholarships available
  • NAIA – 138 golf programs – 5.0 scholarship limit
  • NJCAA – 51 golf programs – 8.0 scholarship limit

For a more detailed golf scholarship breakdown go to: http://scholarshipstats.com/golf.htm

The most critical piece of advice we can give is that you take the time to create your recruiting profile and continue to update it. College coaches will follow your high school career online and watch you progress. Always put your latest academic results on your profile as well. Coaches want to recruit athletes who care about their personal recruiting process and really want to take their game to the next level.

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