College Golf Camps of America (CGC) and the U.S. Kids Golf Tournament Players Association have partnered to provide elite Junior Golfers at the U.S. Kids Golf Teen World Championship with a better awareness of college golf through College Golf Camps of America.
Dallas, Texas, November 20, 2015 – College Golf Camps of America and the U.S. Kids Golf Tournament Players Association, is pleased to announce a new collaboration in junior golf development.
In 2016, College Golf Camps of America will host a forum with some of that nation’s top collegiate coaches at the U.S. Kids Golf Teen World Championship. This event will bring together many of the nation’s top junior players and provide many of them a first step in learning about the recruitment process, campus culture and demands of student-athlete life.
“This is the natural fit,” explains Chris Vonderkall, Vice President of U.S. Kids Golf Tournaments. “Virtually every golfer that qualifies for the Teen World Championship has both a hope and an expectation of playing competitive golf at higher levels. The opportunity to provide a forum where they can learn about everything that goes into being a student-athlete, about excelling at an elite level on the course – those are things that you can’t simply read about. The coaches who are involved with College Golf Camps are the recognized leaders of collegiate golf, it’s a very good thing that our competitors can hear from them.”
Nick Rook, President of College Golf Camps of America echoed the sentiment. “We are thrilled to be associated with such a great organization like the U.S. Kids Golf TPA. Their mission of keeping the game fun and family-focused has obviously attracted a worldwide audience. Even more, the incredible talent that is being developed through their programs and championships can’t be overlooked. Golfers that have competed at their World Championships are now winning on Tour. This championship brings in the best of the best. The kids competing at Pinehurst will be the ones representing colleges in a few short years. It’s going to do nothing but help them to get this type of exposure to the process now.”
About CGC: Developed in conjunction with NCAA coaches, College Golf Camps of America (CGC) is the first privately operated multi-college Junior Golf Camp in the world. CGC allows college coaches to instruct, evaluate, clinician and interact with Junior Golfers from all over the world. Operating under strict NCAA guidelines, CGC is a ground-breaking concept that will provide a huge value to Junior Golfers and Parents with goals of playing Collegiate Golf. Each event will have a select group of major colleges coaches to develop fundamental skills for aspiring Junior Golfers both boys and girls. CGC’s mission is to provide Junior Golfers with the best in class environment to learn, compete, showcase and interact with current college golf coaches.
About the U.S. Kids Golf Foundation: Since 2001, the U.S. Kids Golf Foundation has positively impacted over 1 million youth golfers through conducting local, regional and world championship events, educating and certifying top golf coaches in youth golf specialization and providing resources to allow golf facilities to scale their courses for junior players. In 2015, the U.S. Kids Golf World and Teen World Championship brought in over 2000 players from 59 countries to historic Pinehurst, NC to crown 19 champions (10 boys/9 girls at various age groups). For more information on these championships, you can visit www.uskidsgolf.com/world and www.uskidsgolf.com/teenworld. Or for more information on U.S. Kids
Golf, visit www.uskidsgolf.com or contact Lane Andrews at email@example.com