College golf has gotten more and more competitive over the years but with the right contacts, swing videos, and grades, prospects have a great shot at earning opportunities. Golf is an equivalency sport meaning full scholarships are extremely rare. Most athletes are on partial scholarships which can be paired with academic scholarships depending on the school. Through the NCAA, NAIA & NJCAA there are over 1,000 college golf programs.
Our Director of Golf, Tony (Anthony) Blake is a former division 1 golf player and player. Tony has coaching stops at Division 1 Wichita State for 4 years as well as the last few as the Head Golf Coach at Park University. Tony will be an amazing asset to our golf clients in helping them navigate the recruiting process and earn scholarship opportunities.
Recruiting Boost prides itself is NOT using cold emails or databases to market our clients. Instead, we use direct contact to college coaches through calls, texts, and social media.
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No. We are not open enrollment. We watch highlights and sometimes even full game films to verify a prospect has college-level talent before taking them on as a client. We take great pride in what we do and don't want to risk credibility with college coaches by taking on clients that aren't talented enough to play college sports at some level.
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It is currently against NCAA rules for a recruiting service to offer a refund should a client not receive an offer and payment cannot be contingent upon an offer. Therefore, we can't tell you to pay us only when a school offers nor can we refund your money if you do not receive an offer. However, if we take you on as a client we have full confidence in being able to help you have a successful recruitment.