Are you interested in playing college golf? The College Golf Summits are your chance to learn all you need to know to begin preparing for college golf. Hear from leading experts on the recruiting process, academic rigors, what coaches are seeking and what you should be doing to plan. Speakers will include current/former coaches, past players, parents and more. Summits are held in February and August each year. The next summits are scheduled for Feb. 5 and Feb. 13. Click here to learn more.
“These are really great presentations covering all the bases. We absolutely loved it and it was worth every minute … These are so valuable to a family with a child who is thinking about college golf.” - Youth on Course Parent
CLICK THE DATE BELOW TO REGISTER. Summits run from 6-8:30 p.m.
February 5 - Tiger Woods Learning Center, Anaheim
Tiger Woods Learning Center (Auditorium)
1 Tiger Woods Way
Anaheim, CA 92801
February 13 - University of San Diego
University of San Diego (Auditorium)
5998 Alcalá Park San Diego, CA 92110
Hahn University Center 202 – Forum AB
Ted Gleason: Founder of Road to College Golf and former USC Golf Coach (both men’s and women’s teams), Coach Gleason coached for seven years and won a national championship with the USC women’s golf team. His teams made six trips to the NCAA finals. He also played four years at UCLA and five as a professional. www.roadtocollegegolf.com | email@example.com
Rick Sessinghaus: Dr. Rick Sessinghaus is known as “Golf’s Mental Coach." He is the expert on the mindset principles that make or break performance on and off the course. His coaching has helped top junior, collegiate and professional golfers reach new levels of performance. Rick’s book, Golf: The Ultimate Mind Game, has been featured in national golf magazines and is known by leading golf instructors across the country as the “best resource to improve your mental game.” Rick is the 2008 Southern California PGA Metro Teacher of the Year, the Director of Instruction for Chevy Chase CC in Glendale and the Mental Game Consultant for Santa Clara University women’s golf team. www.ricksessinghaus.com