Post Graduate/Gap Year

College Assistance

Turning Dreams

Into Reality

The College Assistance Program helps GGGA students navigate the college golf recruiting process and find the best fit for them athletically and academically. When junior golfers enter our program, they are evaluated technically, mentally and physically. Part of that evaluation is to have students identify their goal and for many, college golf is the ultimate achievement.

The selection, application and acceptance process to play for a college golf team is far more challenging than one would think, though. At the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy, we are experienced with these challenges and just like we develop plans for our juniors to improve their game, we have a plan for achieving a student’s goal of playing college golf and obtaining a golf scholarship

Our College

Assistance Program

  • Individual meetings & consulting with College Assistance Program Manager
  • Help with compiling and composing college golf resumes and introduction letters
  • Custom golf video featuring their swing and other technical elements
  • GGGA chaperoned college visits
  • NCAA Compliance

Putting Plans

Into Action

Choosing the right school is an important decision. We meet individually with all of our students and their families to determine the best fit for them. GGGA aims for its students to play at the most elite programs in the country but we also suggest students review academic requirements, location and cost of different colleges to find the best choice for them. Proper preparation and early planning increase the odds of finding the school a student desires.

Our College Assistance Program helps keep students on schedule with achieving their collegiate goals.

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Legacy of Success

Alongside our academic partner, Montverde Academy, we have a history of producing high-level student athletes. The students below went on to pursue their academic and collegiate golf goals after their time at GGGA

2013 Commits

  • Luis Hernandez, Queens University of Charlotte
  • Eliott Azoulay, Stetson University
  • Anna Sophia Bohmer , Florida State University
  • Sophie Cao, Appalachian State
  • Wenny Chang , Lamar University
  • Eduardo Coghlan, Northwood
  • Takakazu Furukawa, Citrus College
  • Thomas Henderson, Old Dominion University
  • Jose Hernandez, Lamar University
  • Luis Medina, New Mexico State University
  • Takashi Murayama, University of Hawaii Hilo
  • George Qian, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Pedro Romero, Flagler University
  • Tim Tian, Limestone College
  • Alejandra Velasco, NOVA University
  • Tong Wang, NOVA University – Akron

2014 Commits

  • Rafael Beltran, Johnson & Walles (Miami)
  • Damian Fuentes, Post University
  • Kyle Hughes, Post University
  • Angela Luna, Coker University
  • Andres Arango, Lynn University
  • Rafael Barnoya, Rollins College
  • Daniella Castaneda, St. Johns University
  • Giacomo Cavadini, Erskine College
  • Caitlin Gilchrist, Queens University of Charlotte
  • Yuka Kajiki, University of Houston
  • Daniel Pico, St. Leo University
  • Manuel Torres, Lynn University
  • Sara Riascos, Rollins College

2015 Commits

  • Alvaro Escalada, University of San Diego
  • Qiqi Wang, Appalachian State
  • Emma Mesta, University of Texas Pan-American
  • Angela Xu, New Mexico State University
  • Charlotte Ng, University of Illinois Springfield
  • Nick French, Queens University of Charlotte

2016 Commits

  • Niko Voutsaras, Robert Morris University
  • Michelle Ledermann, Wichita State University
  • Camilo Mexsen, University of San Diego
  • Yash Majmudar, University of Las Vegas Nevada UNLV