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High Performance

College Golf

Gabi Ruffels - USC
Gabi Ruffels as part of the University of Southern California golf team. (Picture: USC Athletics)

College golf is a viable pathway for aspiring young athletes.

The attached booklet has been designed to answer some questions you may have about the process of attending college in America and to help provide a bridge between the athlete and perspective schools.

After reading this, student athlete prospects will have a more knowledgeable understanding of intercollegiate athletics and the processes involved in attaining a scholarship as a student athlete.

Each of the components listed in the booklet have been broken down into subcategories to assist with explaining the fundamental topics of each component thoroughly. If you still have any pondering questions or require additional information after reading this booklet, the websites provided will offer great assistance.

It is important to understand Golf Australia does not endorse athletes in pursuing their athletic or academic career in the U.S Collegiate system. We see the college system as a potential pathway option.

This booklet offers the potential athlete and parents a guide into the system so an educated decision can be made on the direction the athlete can pursue both athletically and academically.

Golf Australia believes the Australian system is the best in the world with State High Performance programs offering world class resources and structures around the athlete.

Download the College Golf Guide (PDF)

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