The California College Golf Day

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Where are you playing college golf?

All college golf prospects are invited to Victoria Golf Club on October 10th for the first California College Golf Day , powered by U.S. Golf Combines. This one day event is open to Jr. High and High School athletes 8th grade-12th grade looking to develop a comprehensive College Golf resume to assist in their personal college recruiting process.

At the Combine, participants will be evaluated on the following skills:

Trackman Combine

Bunker Play


Personal Interview
Swing Video
THINQ Golf Mental Game Assessment

Each participant will receive a US Golf Combines resume that includes personal Bio,Individual tournament highlights and scores and the results from the combine, which will be shared with NCAA Div. I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA coaches in addition to a profile on the US Golf Combine website. A US Golf Combine resume is a valuable tool that allows college prospects to connect with college golf coaches, provide coaches with current information on their development and identify opportunities to compete for college golf scholarship.

Cost is $199 per player.

If you have further Questions or need event info call 323-202-6943 and ask for Leroy Bates at Victoria Golf Club..

Learn more about the skills that will be evaluated at the California Golf Day.

Hear what parents are saying...

U.S. Golf Combines,

Thank you for making this a great experience for Sam. Since the combine we have had great conversations about each assessment of the combine and how he can improve his scores in each skill. The approach you are taking is awesome. We can tell this was the exact right thing to do at this time in his development.

John S.-Dallas,Tx

U.S. Golf Combines,

Before Emily participated in the college golf combine, we were unsure what steps we could take to give her the best opportunity to achieve her dream of playing college golf.

After the combine, we got a real assessment of her skill level. Talking to your staff helped us learn that there are plenty of places that would welcome her skill and playing level which we were unsure of prior to the combine. The day was valuable I would recommended this any parent and Jr.player exploring the option of golf in college.

Jill B.-Phoenix, Az