Getting to know the NAIA

Do you know about the association, NAIA? The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is an athletic organization that organizes college and university-level athletic programs among smaller institutions. Primarily these schools are located across the United States, but some are located outside of the U.S. (more…)
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Navigating college recruitment

Golf not only offers lifelong opportunities for fitness and fun, it also offers college and career prospects for talented, disciplined golfers. While obtaining a college golf scholarship may seem like an improbable prospect to many, with the right mentoring and golf training, students with the right skills and focus can earn valuable college scholarships while…
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Hammerschmidt commits to Lehigh University

When current IJGA senior Lee Hammerschmidt of Armonk, N.Y., was interviewed by the Armonk Daily Voice two years ago, he said he had two golf-related goals: to play for a Division I program and to win a tournament in South Carolina. He can now cross the former off his list as he has committed to…

Puangcharoen commits to Northern Michigan University

Warissara “Mind” Puangcharoen kicked off 2015 in a very big way. In her senior year at the IJGA, the Chonburi, Thailand, native announced she will head to Marquette, Michigan, next fall thanks to her commitment to Northern Michigan University (NMU). There, she will serve as a member of the Wildcats inaugural women’s golf team for the 2015-2016…
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Asano joins Men’s Golf team at King University

Katsuya Asano of Kanagawa, Japan, has recently been accepted to play on the Men’s Golf team at King University in Bristol, Tenn. Asano, an IJGA Class of 2014 graduate, will begin his college career in January of 2015. Although Asano’s path to college golf was paved with many obstacles and detours, his personal drive and…
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