How to get Recruited in Junior Golf Tournaments

November 24, 2011

Not like any other high school sports, the recruiting process for junior golf is much different. Most of the coaches lack the budget to travel and recruit the way other coaches do often for other sports like football. To the efforts both the parents and their juniors do, junior golfers can utilize the golf recruiting […]

The College of Golf VIII: How to Improve Your Top Golf Resume

November 24, 2011

As a former college athlete who now works in the real world, I know the importance of a great resume. A resume can be the difference between a job offer or an application denial. The same goes for high school golfers and their top golf resumes. A top golf resume has a highlight tape displaying […]

The College of Golf 7.2: Back to Top Golf School Shopping

November 20, 2011

Every kids loves back to school shopping, almost as much as every golfer loves back to golf school shopping. Welcome back to the top golf school on the net aka the College of Golf, the ultimate golf school for training, tips and techniques, provided to you by ScoutMe. Even if you don’t live in great […]

College of Golf Vol. VII: Back to Golf School Shopping

November 10, 2011

Every kids loves back to school shopping, almost as much as every golfer loves back to golf school shopping. Welcome back to College of Golf, the ultimate golf school for training, tips and techniques, provided to you by ScoutMe. Even if you don’t live in great winter, golfing state like Arizona and California, the College […]

College of Golf Vol. VI: Golf School Daze

November 4, 2011

Winter break will soon be here, so you know what that means for the College of Golf; golf and more time to play golf. Welcome back to College of Golf (formerly Go for the Green), the ultimate golf school for training, tips and techniques, provided to you by ScoutMe. Even if you don’t live in […]

Go for the Green Vol. V: Balance and Options

October 26, 2011

Great music has always had an equilibrium of epic production and lyrical depth. Personally, I value production over lyrics, so naturally my favorite genre of music is jazz. Growing up in a generation that was dominated by hip hop and pop music, often left me feeling left out of the mainstream musical loop. Luckily hip-hop […]

Go for the Green Vol. IV will: Shoe Science for Golfers

October 20, 2011

It was a typical September day. The first bell rang and everybody at Sheldon High School slowly but surely walked into their first period class. When the tardy bell rang, everyone took their seats like they always did. My first period teacher was Mrs. Smith, who taught creative writing. When she got to my name […]

Golf: Just One More Thing…

October 13, 2011

When you first lay in that drive to the putter, and knock that golf ball into the deep blue sky, only to watch it enter that green horizon, and land just 2 ft. from dunking it in the hole; it’s exciting. However, when you’re called on an illegal 2ble swing, and are penalized for getting […]

Go for the Green Vol 3: Miniature Golf

October 12, 2011

Sometimes I wish golf was all about putting. Putting is my favorite aspect of golf and is something that I always found joy in doing. Whenever I watch a championship golf match, I always notice who is putting the best. If you have read both volumes prior to this column, you probably have concluded that […]

Assess, and Win It!

October 12, 2011

There’s a little bit of a golfer in all of us. For instance, there is a part of each of us that likes to get out on an open green, swing at golf balls until they fly off in the distance barely out of sight. Each of us has a desire to win at something; […]

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