Brandi Jackson works to consult, coach and mentor aspiring junior golfers to help them achieve their dream of playing collegiate golf. She has guided players to such schools as University of Louisville, Penn State, Virginia Tech, College of Charleston and University of Oregon. A young player’s decision on where they play their college golf is one that will impact the rest of their life.
This online program provides two options for assisting a junior golfer in reaching their goal of playing college golf.
GOLF RECRUITING 101 COURSE:
This online course is for:
Junior golf families who plan to tackle the college recruiting process on their own, but need the resources, education, and information to successfully navigate it.
This online course will help you:
Golf Recruiting 101 is an online, step by step, course for efficiently and effectively navigating the college golf recruiting process. When a family gets ready to tackle the process they are faced with many questions: How do we begin? What are the timelines? How do we contact coaches? What do we expect on visits?
Navigating the process can be a difficult and daunting task, so these questions, plus many, many more will be covered in this course so that you will better understand how to begin and how to proceed through the recruiting process.
This online course includes:
The following topics are just some of the MANY areas covered in this course…
- NCAA rules and regulations
- Scholarship information
- Junior golf tours and tournaments
- How to research schools and golf programs
- Sample emails to send coaches
- Charts to help organize your progress
- How to create a resume and recruiting video
- How to contact coaches and start communication
- Questions you should ask a coach
- Taking college visits
- Making your final decision
- College coach Q and As
- Ways to prepare for college golf
- Time management, goal setting, building confidence exercises
- And much more…
AS A BONUS….
- 12 weeks of progressive golf specific workouts for you to take to the gym and work on strength, flexibility and mobility.
- Nutrition, hydration guides and information to help you better prepare meals and snacks for pre, post and during tournament rounds. This is a vital part of becoming the complete player that college coaches are looking for with their recruits.
- Three different skill level specific practice drills to help you maximize your time at the golf course. College coaches will tell you that practice time is about quality, not quantity. These drills will help you better understand how to set up drills, track progress and leave each practice with a sense of accomplishment and improvement. These templates are preloaded for you to chose from, instead of added monthly as mentioned in the above video.
What people are saying about the Golf Recruiting 101 Online Course:
“The tables/charts to set goals for e-mailing, texting and calling will help him get organized. The pointers to data to use for researching colleges was good. Tables for charting your research progress are helpful….There are life lessons in there, not just golf info. I liked the time management and academic stuff. Explanations of all the terminology was good to have all in one place. I like the step-by-step process of how to begin the dialogue with coaches and assess interest.“
– Bob Schab, parent
“You create a real nice framework of laying out the steps to be successful along with the tools and skills needed to achieve goals. You aren’t just giving “golf recruiting” tips, but tips on how to be successful in life. Getting these girls to think about things such as planning, accountability (with your goals charts), developing maturity with taking initiative in the recruiting process are all wonderful skills these girls can use in multiple areas of their lives. SO well done.”
– Jamie Freedman, parent
“This is going to be an amazing tool for her success. She’ll be better able to compose emails, questions, be ready to make phone calls etc… You can tell a lot of time and thought was put into this site and this recruiting tool…There are enough tools and resources to help them take charge of this journey and not feel overwhelmed or misguided… It’s broken down into good segments where you can dive into one… talk about it with your child and then move on or look at another. Very concise and to the point… not overly wordy. Practical assignments with forms attached to print and use- nice that you don’t just give suggestions that the user then has to go and create in order to implement.”
– Angela Garnett, parent