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College Golf Experience (CGX) and the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) have combined forces for a first of its kind endorsement, leading to junior golfers having unprecedented access to learning what collegiate golf is like directly from coaches and players. Through this innovative partnership, coaches will showcase their programs via camps and unique events presented by CGX and participating college and university golf teams.


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CGX is committed to building value for college coaches and creating unique and transformational opportunities for junior golfers at all stages of development with an emphasis on aspiring collegiate student-athletes. CGX events establish opportunities to prepare young athletes for the future, allows coaches to connect with potential recruits, and advance the junior golf Player Pathway.

Participants engage in seminars related to: formatting communications to college coaches, learning what it takes to play golf at the collegiate level, life of a collegiate golfer, and learning how to separate from other recruits; as well as skill contests, simulated practice round and tournament experiences, and Q&A discussions with their parents.

CGX was formed by golf industry leader Joshua Jacobs, founder and CEO of TGA Premier Golf, the top provider of after school introductory and camp-based junior golf programs. Joshua was named by Golf Magazine and Sports Illustrated as one of the Top 40 most influential people in golf under 40, has served on the World Golf Foundation Advisory Board, PGA’s Golf 2.0’s National Building Blocks Committee, TGA Sports Foundation’s Board of Directors, the Southern California PGA’s Foundation Advisory Committee and the Southern California PGA’s Growth of the Game Committee.

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GCAA Amateur Series Powered by Golfstat

Eligibility : Eligible participants include varsity Men’s and Women's college golfers from the 2019-20 school year, those who are scheduled to be on a varsity roster in the 2020-21 school year, college age individual amateur golfers who meet playing standards as defined by the Amateur Series, as well as of non-college age amateurs. Please note: Perspective Student Athletes (PSA’s) are not eligible to compete in the Amateur Series events. The GCAA national office staff will manage all events with staff member(s) onsite during each event. Participants will be responsible for their own entry fee and any expenses they incur during the event. Collegiate varsity  participants will not be allowed to represent their school in anyway during the event.

Entry Fee: $265 per player – The GCAA will announce any new tournaments that are added as well as their opening date for registration. Entry fee will include all competitive rounds, range access during the tournament days, as well as a boxed lunch between rounds on day one of the tournament .

Format: Events will be held over two day (Saturday-Sunday) 54 holes; using either a shotgun start format or double tee start format. Both male and female golfers will be competing in one tournament using two sets of tees. Tournaments will be recognized by WAGR; points will be awarded accordingly based on the individual participants finish against other players of their gender. 

Practice Rounds: Will be optional and be at the expense of participants. The GCAA will work with host venues to set up day(s) and times for individuals who would like to play in a practice round. Participants will be responsible for setting up their own practice round.

Field Size: Events will have a minimum of 60 and a maximum of 84 players.

GCAA Amateur Series Events

 

Dates Location Course Registration Documents
August 15-16
Norman, OK

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Quade Cummins - 203 (-13)

August 29-30
Los Angeles, CA

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Cameron Henry - 205 (-11)

Results
September 12-13
Johns Creek, GA

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

John Murphy - 204 (-12) 

Results

September 12-13
Pass Christian, MS

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Clara Moyano - 212 (-4)

Results

September 19-20
Marana, AZ

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

David Laskin - 204 (-12)

Results
September 19-20
Champaign, IL

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Varun Chopra - 203 (-13)

Results
September 21-22
Fort Collins, CO

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Davis Bryant - 206 (-4)

Results
September 26-27
Pinehurst, NC

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

AJ Beechler - 205 (-11)

Results

 

September 26-27
Sanford, NC

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Austin Greaser - 210 (-6)

Results
September 28-29
Frankenmuth, MI

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

James Imai - 206 (-10)

Results
September 28-29
Hebron, KY

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Evan Davis - 210 (-6)

Results
October 3-4
South Bend, IN

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Palmer Jackson - 200 (-13)

Results
October 5-6
Williamsburg, VA

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Spencer Oxendine - 207 (-6)

Results
October 5-6
Creswell, OR

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Yuki Moriyama - 203 (-13)

Results
October 5-6
East Lansing, MI

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Grant Haefner - 207 (-9)

Results
October 5-6
Las Vegas, NV

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Albert Boneta - 206 (-10)

Results
October 12-13
Indianapolis, IN

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Tucker Clark - 209 (-7)

Results
October 12-13
Reno, NV

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Alex Chin - 201 (-15)

Results
October 17-18
Simpsonville, KY

 TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Jiri Zuska - 201 (-15)

Results

October 19-20
San Diego, CA

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Casey Leebrick - 199 (-14)

Results
October 31-November 1
Raleigh, NC

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Ben Shipp - 210 (-3)

Results

October 31-November 1
Maumelle, AR

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Nate Vance - 212 (-4)

Results

November 7-8
Augusta, GA

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Walker Crosby - 205 (-11)

Results
November 16-17
Waco, TX

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Mason Mikeska - 202 (-8)

Results
December 29-31
Scottsdale, AZ

BUSHNELL GOLF WINTER CLASSIC CHAMPION

A.J. Ewart - 200 (-10)

Results

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Coaches' Poll

Choose A Division

Division I Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll - May 13

Rank University Points Previous
1 Oklahoma (22) 550 1
2 Oklahoma State 518 2
3 Vanderbilt 503 3
4 Arizona State 467 4
5 Pepperdine 456 5
6 Texas 443 6
7 North Carolina 431 8
T-8 Texas Tech 391 7
T-8 Washington 391 9
10 Florida 337 15

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GCAA Summer Series

Presented by John T. Reis Foundation

Eligibility: Tournaments are open to college-age men’s and/or women's golfers or individuals who were on a team roster in 2021-22, or who intend to be in the future.

Entry Fee: $339 per player – Tournament registration will open on March 24 and will be administered by the GCAA. Entry fee will include all competitive rounds, and range prior to play each round.

Formats: The first two events will be 54 holes held over three days, while the last two will use a 36-18 hole format over two days. Tournaments will have either a single or double tee start format. Tournaments will be recognized by WAGR.

Caddies: Will be allowed during the events.

Practice Rounds: Practice rounds may be scheduled the day prior to the event or scheduled in advance of the event at the discretion of the host venue. Practice rounds will be the responsibility of the participants to schedule, as well as the cost of the greens fees.

Field Size: Tournaments will have a maximum of 72 players.

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Questions? Email Hudson Harris at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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May 13

DI
1. Oklahoma
2. Oklahoma State
3. Vanderbilt
4. Arizona State
5. Pepperdine
6. Texas
7. North Carolina
T-8. Texas Tech
T-8. Washington
10. Florida

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DII
1. Barry
2. Arkansas Tech
3. Lee
4. North Georgia
5. Limestone
6. Lincoln Memorial
7. Oklahoma Christian
8. Georgia Southwestern
9. Carson-Newman
10. Florida Southern

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DIII
1. Methodist
2. Hampden-Sydney
T-3. Huntingdon
T-3. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
5. Emory
6. Carnegie Mellon
7. Wittenberg
8. Washington & Lee
9. Sewanee: The University of the South
10. New York University

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