Spinal Technology Junior Classic
May 20 - 21, 2017
Click the More . . . link below to view the scoreboard for each age group.
Will you be joining Junior Golf Scoreboard Resume 2017 Signees next year?
You can view previous junior golfers who made the decision to create their Golf and Academic Resume and where they are playing golf in college by clicking here!
Do you have aspirations of playing golf in college? Is your goal to obtain a golfing scholarship to help defer the costs of college? What if you have a great tournament but all there is are your name and scores? Are you making it difficult for a coach to know more about you?
Getting a coach's attention is about two things: visibility and making it easy for the coach to contact and follow you. So ask yourself, how does a player develop a proactive strategy that helps his name stay on a coach's short list of recruits for his graduating class? By presenting yourself professionally and being as visible as possible.
So with the exciting possibility of playing college golf, think about creating your Junior Golf ScoreboardSM Golf and Academic Resume.
We Have Made Some Changes to the Rankings!
We are always looking for ways to improve the rankings, making it fair for everyone. After consulting with others in junior golf here is what we have done. 18 hole scores will be used in the rankings calculation when posted with a WD, DQ, NC, NS, weather shortened event or a tournament with a 18 hole cut. You can read more details about this change by selecting the More . . . link below.
We are also excited to announce that Titleist has become the presenting sponsor of the Junior Golf Scoreboard Rankings. We are proud to be a part of a relationship with them for more than 12 years.
UCLA Golf Camps
June 10-11, 18-22, &
June 25 - 29, 2017
The UCLA Advanced Player day camp is the perfect place for tournament golfers to prepare their game plan and skills for the summer tournament season. Campers will spend two days working with the UCLA Golf Coaching Staff at both TPC Valencia and on campus at UCLA. Campers will train at the PGA Tour Practice Facility on Saturday morning, have lunch at the course, and then play eighteen holes learning the keys to scoring. Sunday, campers will join the coaching staff at the Gifford Performance Center on the campus at UCLA.
Campers will have a chance to improve their putting, chipping, and full swing skills, learning the keys to talking to coaches during the summer season, and learn how to build a game plan to have their best performance all summer. All campers in attendance will get a UCLA Golf Hat, a TaylorMade Golf hat, an Adidas Shirt, USGA Rule Book, Lunch at TPC Valencia, and In-n-out lunch Sunday at UCLA.
How Do College Coaches Determine Who Makes the Traveling Squad?
Article by John Brooks
Most college golf teams have at least three or four extra players on their rosters and, in some cases, as many as 10 extra players. While the vast majority of college tournaments feature a five-person team format (and possibly one or two additional individual competitors), coaches are faced with arguably the toughest task of their profession – how to determine who makes the traveling squad.
This topic is heavily discussed among coaches as they try to balance fairness with competitiveness. Ultimately, the goal is to have the five best players represent the school in each tournament, while also ensuring players are rewarded for their hard work, good attitudes, and accomplishments in both tournament and qualifying rounds.
Runnin' on Empty?
The Mental Game is Authored by Michael Riggs
Are you aware that your brain, when in an intensely concentrated state, burns over 33% of the body’s available energy?
With this fact in mind, you should begin to consider ways to save mental energy and develop strategies to reduce the strain on your brain during a round of golf.
Consider this metaphor – you’re in your car waiting at a stoplight for the light to turn green, but instead of gently idling to keep your engine at a very low rpm, you put your left foot on the break and push your right foot on the gas pedal simultaneously. Your engine begins wail away. Your car wants to lunge forward but is held back because your breaks are applied.