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8 Ways to Make the Most of Your College Golf Experience

College Golf recruitment advisor, Brandi Jackson shares some of her college photos and expert advice on the best 4 years of your life.
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Meet Lauren Freyvogel of the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour

Ashley Osiecki profiles Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour player, Lauren Freyvogel, who recently qualified for the Symetra Tour's Women’s Health Classic.
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What I learned from Playing College Golf – Sarah Bertram

College Golf Recruitment Expert, Brandi Jackson talks to Gardner-Webb graduate, Sarah Bertram, about her College Golf experience.
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The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour: Past Meets the Present

The Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour works in partnership with LPGA-USGA Girls Golf program to encourage growth in girl's golf through quality competition.
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How to Decline a College Golf Scholarship Offer

College Golf Recruiting Consultant and former LPGA player, Brandi Jackson, shares her advice on how to turn down a coach's offer with respect and grace.
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When a College Golf Coach is Watching

College Golf Recruiting Consultant, Brandi Jackson has some great advice on how players (and parents) should behave when a college golf coach is watching them play or practice.
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Golf’s Next New Sensation – Alexa Pano

Golf talent spotter, Dave Andrews profiles rising young amateur, Alexa Pano, who just came close to winning the 2017 SALLY.
College Golf for Girls Womens Golf Magazine Alyssa Gaudio

When it Comes to College Scholarships for Junior Golfers: Advantage Girls

Golf writer, John Mooshie looks at the many college golf opportunities for young women particularly in Division III schools.