|1||Frankie Capan||North Oaks||MN||4||2018|
|2||Shuai Ming Wong||Spring||TX||7||2018|
|3||Garrett Barber||West Palm Beach||FL||5||2018|
|1||Lucy Li||Redwood Shores||CA||7||2020|
|4||Gina Kim||Chapel Hill||NC||8||2018|
Dartmouth Golf Camp for Girls
June 25-27, 2018
We are excited to announce the dates for 2018 Golf Camp for Girls at Dartmouth College. This three-day camp is for girls only and will include navigating the recruiting process while combining academics and golf. Your game will be assessed by Dartmouth College Head Women's Golf Coach Alex Kirk and Boston University Head Women's Golf Coach Bruce Chalas. Student to Teacher ratio will be 4 to 1.
Your Golf Identity
Article by John Barnes
I recently saw something wildly entertaining and amazing. It was a YouTube video of Dustin Johnson (The #1 golfer in the world, yes THAT Dustin Johnson) hitting a series of trick shots. Frankly, one does not have to be a golfer to find this video amazing. You may remember (if you are old, like me) the Nike commercial of Tiger Woods bouncing a ball off the face of his wedge a number of times, then popping the ball up and hitting it out of midair. Well, this video of DJ makes that Tiger video look elementary.
35th Annual Scott Robertson Memorial
Weather Impacts & Reduces Tournament to 27 Holes
The Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament, presented by BB&T, is a 54-hole stroke play event held in memory of Scott Robertson, a promising young Roanoke Country Club golfer.
Players teed off Friday for Round 1, but play was suspended after only 3 groups were on the course. On Saturday, play was resumed but, due to unplayable conditions on one of the nines, only 9 holes were completed. On Sunday, 18 holes were completed by all age groups.Age group winners are:
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How do teams qualify for the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Division I Championships?
Article by Ted Gleason
It’s that time of year and the college golf postseason is upon us. The month of May means “championship season” for the college golf world. All the hard work from the fall season, winter off-season, spring tournaments and conference championships culminate with the NCAA Regional tournaments and the respective NCAA Championships. If you’re an aspiring college golfer, you’ll want to follow these tournaments to learn more about the college golf post-season events.