Premier national junior golf camp experience brings youth of all levels together with America’s top college coaches and players
LOS ANGELES, CA -- College Golf Experience (CGX), the national junior camp program exclusively endorsed by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), announces four new locations over the next five months with more being announced soon.
CGX creates unique and transformational opportunities for junior golfers at all stages of development with an emphasis on aspiring college student-athletes. Each camp provides junior golfers unprecedented access to college coaches where they showcase their talents, attend education seminars about collegiate golf and the recruiting process, and help set a pathway to achieve their goals.
Leading the way for CGX in November is the University Athletic Association (UAA) Camp on November 6-7 at Reunion Resort & Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, and the West Coast Camp on November 20-21 at Desert Willow Golf Resort in Palm Desert, California. In addition, CGX will also hold a Mountain West Camp, December 18-19, at the Wigwam Golf Club in Phoenix, Arizona, and an Ivy League camp January 22-23, 2022, back at Reunion Resort in Florida (Save the date).
Registration is now open for these CGX Camps at https://collegegolfx.com/camps/. Each camp includes 36 holes of simulated collegiate golf practice and tournament rounds, on-course lessons with college coaches, collegiate golf education seminars, skills challenges, meals, and special welcome gifts.
At CGX Camps, collegiate coaches are the key ingredient to providing unique experiences that juniors and parents take away as they journey to college golf. Below are the current college coaches participating in the upcoming CGX Camps with more to be announced later.
University Athletic Association Camp: Dan Rogers (Carnegie Mellon), John Sjoberg (Emory Men’s), and Dan Wesley (Rochester)
West Coast Camp: Jason D’Amore (Loyola Marymount), Jack Kennedy (San Francisco), Andrew Larkin (Santa Clara), Scott Hardy (St. Mary’s), TBD (Pepperdine - 2021 Conference Champion and NCAA Champion)
Mountain West Camp: Christian Newton (Colorado State), Jacob Wilner (Nevada), Glen Millican (New Mexico – 2021 Conference Champion), Ryan Donovan (San Diego State), John Kennaday (San Jose State)
CGX camps are a tremendous opportunity for young men and women ages 10-18 to learn from and interact with multiple coaches in an immersive fun and educational setting. Camps focus on all areas of instruction with an emphasis on wedge play, personalized evaluations, and a Q&A session hosted by coaches where attendees and families gain direct knowledge from the coaches. The seminar portion includes how to format communications to college coaches, learning what it takes to play golf at the collegiate level, discovering the life of a collegiate golfer, and learning how to separate from other recruits.
Click on this video link to see first-hand how these coaches are working with aspiring junior golfers.
For more information on CGX, visit www.collegegolfx.com. Follow @collegegolfx.
About College Golf Experience
College Golf Experience (CGX), established in 2021 with a first of its kind endorsement from the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), empowers college coaches to showcase their programs via camps and other unique experiences while providing junior golfers unprecedented access to college coaches. CGX is committed to building value for college coaches and creating unique and transformational opportunities for youth athletes at all stages of development with an emphasis on aspiring collegiate student-athletes. CGX camps will include informative seminars for both juniors and their parents, instruction, skills contests and simulated collegiate golf practice round and tournament experiences. The curriculum was created in tandem with the GCAA and their member coaches. CGX was founded by golf industry leader Joshua Jacobs, also the founder and CEO of TGA Premier Golf a leading provider of introductory and recreational based programs. TGA is on pace to register its 1,000,000th junior golfer in 2022. Learn more at www.collegegolfx.com.
Kevin Frisch PR