PREPARE FOR COLLEGE GOLF

g2's college prep summer prograM

COLLEGE PREP

Understand the college placement process, where you are in the college prep timeline, and the steps you need to take to be successful in the process

GOLF
TRAINING

Daily golf practice focused on the fundamentals & techniques, drills, and competition-style practice to maximize the effect of your training on lowering your scoring average

CAMP
EXPERIENCE

At G2 Summer Camp, players will be surrounded by other female junior golfers who share their passion for the game, goals, and ambitions in golf. 

OWN YOUR SUMMER. OWN YOUR FUTURE.

3 WEEKS OF FOCUSED TRAINING & COLLEGE PLACEMENT 

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The G2 Academy’s College Prep Summer Program is a 3-week package that provides female junior golfers with the opportunity to build their resumes, improve their golf game, and work with a team of experts on their individual college placement process and plan. During the experience, girls will develop a deep understanding of the college placement process and steps to take to ensure they find the right fit school and program for them. Players will leave with a comprehensive plan to continue working towards their goals as they continue the college placement process. 

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I learned so much about the college placement process from Ryley and the G2 Team, and had success and opportunities I never would have known how to get on my own. I am so grateful that they helped me find my dream school!

Ffion Tynan

University of Arkansas 2021 Commit

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MAXIMIZE YOUR TRAINING. PREPARE FOR COLLEGE GOLF.

SUMMER 2020 COLLEGE PREP GIRLS GOLF CAMP 

PROGRAM FOCUSES

  • Individual Timeline Creation

  • Goal Setting

  • Targeted School List

  • Resume and Cover Letter

  • Individualized College Placement Guide

  • Compliance Assistance

  • Communication Skills, Plan and Strategy

  • College Visits

  • Competition Schedule

THREE WEEKS OF GIRLS GOLF CAMP

DESIGNED TO MAXIMIZE THE TRAINING OF COLLEGE-BOUND FEMALE GOLFERS