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Late bloomer, college golf still a possibility


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#1 SirHackAlot

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Posted 29 April 2016 - 09:46 AM

I have a junior golfer, 18 yrs old, recently started with him (January 2016) on course strategy and his short game

last week set high school scoring record with a 33 (4 birdies1 bogey), won jtnc (jtnc.org) tourney last weekend shooting 65 (8 birdies, 1bogey), 76

problem is, he doesn't post scores after his rounds (too tired, done playing golf, just wants to go home) so his index is 5.0

he recently received an acceptance letter from his 1st choice college with no men's golf program

I am aware there are many paths in competitive golf, would love to hear others experiences and what other pathways are to pursue competitive golf....

any help, shared experiences would be greatly appreciated :)


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Posted 29 April 2016 - 10:06 AM

3.0 gpa, he's working on getting his science grade up at the current moment

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