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College golf recruiting is becoming more competitive—the best golf score 20 years ago is now the average score among top NCAA Division 1 players. Even though landing a roster spot can be tough, it isn’t impossible. There are more than 1,000 colleges, from Division 1 to NAIA, that give student-athletes an opportunity to compete at the next level.

But we won’t sugarcoat it—getting there takes work. Recruits need to build a list of realistic schools, create an online profile and swing video, contact college coaches and compete in the right tournaments if they want to be successful. To maximize their opportunities, families should know the criteria that coaches look for in every division and understand the NCAA golf recruiting rules so they can map out when coaches can contact them and establish relationships from the get-go.

Plus, outside of athletics, there are several factors that go into making the college decision, such as academics, cost, school size, campus life, etc. And college coaches—especially golf coaches—really focus on recruiting student-athletes with an excellent GPA and test scores. That’s why it’s so important for families to be thorough when searching for the right fit. This college golf recruiting guide is designed to help you at every step of your recruiting journey.