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PGA Flashback Friday

[video_player type=”youtube” youtube_auto_play=”Y” style=”1″ dimensions=”640×360″ width=”640″ height=”360″ align=”center” margin_top=”0″ margin_bottom=”20″ ipad_color=”black”]aHR0cHM6Ly95b3V0dS5iZS84RGdBWXlSbUFmVQ==[/video_player] GOLFERS DREAM OF PLAYING ON THE PGA TOUR, IN 2017 MY PGA TOUR DREAMS CAME TRUE My First Flashback Friday… With less practice and a full time job, I realized my childhood dream of playing on the PGA Tour. I’m extremely thankful and blessed […]

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Golf Recruiting Terms, Rules & Academic Eligibility

Important Recruiting Terms

The following are important terms that both parents and students need to know while going through the college recruiting process. Using some of these terms during conversations with college coaches will show that you did your homework and are knowledgeable about the process.
Also Included, NCAA Division 1 Eligibility v NCAA Division 2

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Step 4 to a College Golf Scholarship

GPG is very serious about each student-athlete’s vision of where you want to be at the end of the recruiting process. We also emphasize the need to develop measurable goals and specific action steps that will provide you with a road map to realize your vision.

The following will assist you in developing your vision for the future, as well as your goals and action steps that will form your personal road map for success.

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Deliberate Golf Practice

The Value of Deliberate Golf Practice 10,000 hours of practice to become expert. 10,000 hours of deliberate practice to become expert. Practice golf smarter not harder. Is your golf practice efficient? A recent golf study showed that for the average golfer, which is a golfer that averages 100 for 18 holes, deliberate practice was 30%

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Improve your Short Game

Anyone can learn to have a good short game!  As a college golf coach there is nothing more frustrating than watching your players struggle with their short game. The short game requires a small simple swing, which does not require much talent or athleticism. Sure, some players possess more talent with their short game such

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