Two-Day Boys & Girls Camps Launching in California, Florida, and New Jersey
(LOS ANGELES, CA) – College Golf Experience (CGX), a college golf education program with exclusive endorsement from the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), announces, in partnership with the Ivy Golf Institute (IGI), a series of educational junior golf camps hosted exclusively by Ivy League coaches. Camps are designed to offer insights for junior golfers and their parents on playing college golf in the Ivy League. Together, IGI and CGX are creating a new pathway to playing college golf in the Ivy League in an educational, immersive, and fun setting at various locations across the country throughout the year.
To register for an upcoming Ivy Camp, visit: https://collegegolfx.com/camps/#upcoming.
“In partnership with Ivy Golf Institute, we strive to teach, motivate, and inspire campers, while supporting these highly academically-minded players and families with the tools to help them find their fit in college golf,” said CGX CEO, Joshua Jacobs. “Our Ivy camp series is an exciting opportunity to create unique and transformational experiences for juniors and their parents with esteemed coaches from the most prestigious institutions in the country.”
Coach participants for the Fall and Winter camps are listed below:
Ivy Boys Fall Camp - Princeton Men’s Head Coach Will Green, Columbia Men’s Head Coach Rich Mueller, and Cornell Men’s Head Coach Matt Baughan.
Ivy Girls Fall Camp - Princeton Women’s Head Coach Erika DeSanty, Columbia Women’s Head Coach Amy Weeks, and Penn Women’s Head Coach Mark Anderson.
Ivy Boys Winter Camp - Dartmouth Men’s Head Coach Rich Parker, Columbia Men’s Head Coach Rich Mueller, and Penn Men’s Head Coach Clay White.
Ivy Girls Winter Camp - Yale Women’s Head Coach Lauren Harling, Dartmouth Women’s Head Coach Alex Kirk, and Penn Women’s Head Coach Mark Anderson.
“The partnership between Ivy Golf Institute and College Golf Experience is reshaping the camp model for junior golfers interested in playing at elite academic institutions. Representing nearly every golf program in the Ivy League, we are determined to build meaningful connections with all participants and their families, while supporting and guiding them as they embark on one of the most crucial decisions of their golfing lives,” said Erika DeSanty, Head Women’s Golf Coach, Princeton University.
Players attending the Ivy Golf Institute Camps will participate in simulated college golf practice and tournament rounds while engaging with the Ivy coaches throughout the experience. Juniors and their parents will also attend education seminars led by the coaches on college golf, the recruiting process, course management and strategy, along with experiencing real-time feedback on their games via skill assessments and challenges similar to what coaches work on with their teams.
“CGX is a first-class operation driven to educate junior golfers about college golf while also leveraging a unique partnership with Ivy League schools. I’m incredibly honored and excited about working CGX camps and sharing my experience,” said Rich Mueller, Head Men’s Golf Coach, Columbia University.
To learn more about CGX and other dates and locations, visit www.collegegolfx.com.