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Team Texas Wins 2023 13u National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Championship

November 29th, 2023|Uncategorized|

By Haley Wilson, First Published on PGA.com Team Texas turned hometown heroes with its victory at the 2023 13u National Car Rental PGA Jr. League Championship today. With the sun setting and ESPN cameras rolling, No. 2 seed Team Texas (Farmers Branch) defeated No. 4 seed Team Utah (Lehi) 6.5 - 5.5 in the [...]

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Identical Twin Sisters Thrive on & off the Golf Course

November 21st, 2023|Uncategorized|

First published by Today's Junior Golfer Their dream? To become the first twin sisters on the LPGA tour! They may have to wait awhile to achieve this record-breaking goal, but the journey will no doubt be a fun and exciting one! Today’s Junior Golfer (TJG) caught up with the Junior Golfing Chen sisters, officially ranked #33 & [...]

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Mastering the Art of Round Progression in Junior Golf: A Journey to Success

November 16th, 2023|Uncategorized|

By Tim King In the dynamic world of junior golf, where young talents nurture their skills and set high goals, the concept of round progression plays a pivotal role. Understanding and mastering this crucial aspect can transform a junior golfer's game and mindset, paving the way for success both on and off the course. [...]

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REVISIONS COMING TO WORLD HANDICAP SYSTEM IN 2024

November 15th, 2023|Uncategorized|

  First Published in Amateur Golf The USGA and The R&A today announced the first update to the World Handicap System™ (WHS™) as part of an ongoing review of the Rules of Handicapping™ and Course Rating System™ with a continued emphasis on accuracy, consistency, and equity. The latest revisions will go into effect beginning [...]

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Catching Up with New National Team Head Coach Chris Zambri

November 9th, 2023|Uncategorized|

By David Shefter, USGA Southern California native Chris Zambri, 52, officially becomes the first coach of the newly created U.S. National Development Program on Nov 1. A former standout at the University of Southern California, Zambri spent the last two decades coaching in college, first at his alma mater for 14 seasons (12 NCAA [...]

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What to Say, and NOT, When Contacting College Golf Coaches

November 8th, 2023|Uncategorized|

By Sam Weinman, First Published by Golf Digest The easiest path to college golf has coaches flocking to you with scholarships in hand. It’s also the least likely. More often, players should expect to take at least the first step. If you’re not quite sure what that means, don’t worry. Most college golfers didn’t [...]

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Enhance Your Golf Game: Complementary Activities for Success

November 3rd, 2023|Uncategorized|

By Eleanor Wyatt When it comes to golf, every stroke counts, and every aspect of your game matters. While hitting the driving range and perfecting your swing is crucial, there are complementary activities you can incorporate into your routine to take your golf game to the next level. In this article, we will explore [...]

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Local Prodigy, 15, Qualifies for Butterfield Bermuda Championship

November 1st, 2023|Uncategorized|

First Published by PGATour.com A 15-year-old Bermudian has qualified for the Butterfield Bermuda Championship, Nov. 9-12. Oliver Betschart (BET-CHAR), a local prodigy who last year became the youngest player to win the Port Royal Golf Club Championship, shot 3 over par in the 54-hole local qualifier to become one of three players – with [...]

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Stages of Junior Golf Development

October 27th, 2023|Uncategorized|

  By Dr. Tom Dorsel, Ph.D. Assuming a junior golfer is relatively proficient at swinging the club and has a reasonable short game, then a certain progression of development follows that I have seen repeatedly in successful players:1. Development of a mature, constructive attitude Junior golfers often seem mature beyond their age. An excellent [...]

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Are You Good Enough to Play College Golf?

October 25th, 2023|Uncategorized|

By Madeline MacClerg, Golf Digest A lot of junior golfers dream about playing in college—traveling to top courses, training in state-of-the-art facilities, getting keys to the magic gear closet—but it has become increasingly competitive to earn a spot on a university roster. In 2020, only 6 percent of male high school golfers went on to [...]

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