Are You a Talented Young Golfer?
Do you want to achieve a University degree whilst continuing your sport to the highest level?
Do you dream of living and studying in the USA?
Are you between the ages of 15 and 19 years old?
*IMPORTANT: You must be between 15 and 19 years of age to be eligible for the FirstPoint USA Scholarship program.
Did you know that over 80% of PGA tour players competed in American college Golf scholarship programs?
Many of the World's top golfers all earned Golf Scholarships in the USA before progressing onto the Pro Ranks, including:
An American college golf scholarship is a fantastic opportunity to pay for your scholarship and provide you with the best route for any aspiring professional or amateur golfers. You could benefit from world class coaching and competition against the best amateur players in the USA!
Scholarships are available in all three Divisions of the NCAA. The NAIA and NJCAA also offer scholarships. There are over 500 college golf programs at NCAA colleges alone
As U.S College Golf is a non-revenue sport, most college coaches are very careful about their recruiting budgets. Coaches are looking for talented young individuals who have a good handicap and ranking. Equally, coaches are looking for players who have good academic standing.
Competition is fierce for American Golf Scholarships so it is important that you stand out. FirstPoint USA has the contacts, knowledge and experience to get you there!
Many former FirstPoint USA clients have gone on to have great success, including:
Callum went to the University of Mississippi and went on to become World Amateur Team Champion, Walker Cup Winner with Great Britain and Ireland and became an European Tour Player.
Gemma was Team Captain at Ohio State University, finished her senior season with a 78.38 stroke average and was Second Team in the All-Big Ten Awards.
Daniel went to Jacksonville State University and became World Number One ranked amateur, Walker Cup Player and is now competing on the European Tour.
John T. Rootes
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