It's a sad reality, but the overwhelming majority of high school golfers will not play varsity in college. The statistics have been stated frequently, but according to the NCAA only 5.8% of high school boys golfers will play in the NCAA, and 7.2% of girls. That leaves more than 90% of high school golfers left to wonder what to do next.Read More
Getting a golf scholarship can be a long and winding road! High school students often reach out to us and ask about golf scholarships so we sought out an expert on the subject and asked some of the tough question about getting a scholarship. Kris Hart from Nextgengolf and the NCCGA interviewed Blaine Lynch, the former Head Golf Recruiting Coach for NCSA Recruiting for this article. Have more questions? Blaine's contact info can be found below, and is more than willing to help however he can with questions on how to get a golf scholarship.Read More
Every week students reach out to the NCCGA and are relieved to find that there is club golf at their school, and they do not have to be disappointed if they did not get an athletic scholarship. The fact is that getting a scholarship is not easy to do. Since golf teams are very small and golf is not a financial asset to a college, golf scholarships are hard to come by. We put together the list of resources below that can provide a deeper context and consultation about getting a golf scholarship.
Also check out our blog article on "How to get a golf scholarship" - featuring a Q&A with the head golf recruiter at the NCSA and a deeper look at earning golf scholarships.Read More