Maggie is joined by Meredith Loosse, PGA and LPGA golf instructor. Since taping, Meredith has moved to Haggin Oaks in Sacramento, California. Practice is important, but get out and play. She believes in letting your junior go play and practice for themselves. Instruction is important, but it is equally important […]
Maggie is joined by good friend, Laura Dulman. Laura is an accomplished player (UK college golfer and professional golfer, instructor), mom of a college golfer, and quite knowledgeable on golf and parenting a junior golfer. Laura’s parenting tips are quite insightful on how to deal with helping your junior.
Maggie is joined by Tina Tombs, former Arizona State All-American, LPGA Tour winner and current golf instructor. Tina is the 2014 LPGA Teacher of the Year! Tina is located in Phoenix, AZ. She teaches players of all levels. Get your kids the right equipment and be supportive. Email Tina at firstname.lastname@example.org for […]
Maggie is joined by a College Golf Parent. Listen for some insights from a College Golf Parent who has lived the junior golf and college golf life of a daughter. The pressure and depth of field increases at the college level. Get ready! Listen up….short game becomes more and more […]
Maggie talks with world-renowned golf instructor, David Leadbetter. While David has trained many elite players including some junior golf phenoms, he is a big believer in going to college! There is no rush, enjoy college golf. Keep those fundamentals strong to be a solid player.
During my time at junior golf tournaments, a few recurring themes emerged at these events that merit some emphasis with the summer recruiting season fast approaching. First, juniors and their parents should know that there are many opportunities to play at the college level. There are over 2000 college golf programs—many…...
During summer golf, many of you are in different places: Signed for college, verbally committed to college, fingers crossed for an offer soon, have no idea, just starting the college recruiting process or maybe just getting started with playing competitive golf. No matter where you are on the path, find some […]
I get this question at least once a week if not more. “My child can beat or did beat that other junior several times last year. How did they get recruited to that team?” The Answer: Every situation is different. You never know who might have known someone. It is possible that […]
ob B., from Minnesota asks: How often should I watch my son or daughter play? I don’t think there is a right or wrong answer to that question. If your son or daughter requests your presence at an event, and you enjoy watching, then go for it. Validate your junior’s […]
Nancy H. from North Carolina asks: Why aren’t college coaches watching my child play and talking to them? College coaches may not be watching you play for several reasons: First, coaches may not know where your child is playing. Sometimes a coach may receive an email from a prospective student-athlete […]