AthleticScholarships.com Releases Women’s Golf Recruiting Guidelines For All Divisions

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AthleticScholarships.com is providing high school golfers with informative college golf recruiting guidelines that detail what’s considered to be the model stats for top Women’s golf recruits. The guidelines were created using information supplied by college golf players across the U.S., golf coaches and college rosters.

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AthleticScholarships.com has recently released women’s golf recruiting guidelines. The recruiting guidelines provide high school golf players and their parents with information about what college golf coaches and recruiters consider to be the model achievements and statistics for high level, 5-star recruits.

However, it should be noted that athletes don’t need to meet every stat to generate interest among colleges. The numbers show that competition is high when considering the number of programs, positions and scholarships available to women golf players. The guidelines were developed to help student athletes better understand the recruitment process and improve their chances of securing a position on a women’s golf team.

The women’s golf recruitment guidelines use data provided by various sources, including college golf team coaches, college rosters and golf recruits from across the country.

Division I Women’s Golf Recruiting Stats for High Level Players

Division I Tier 1 Upper Level Candidate Stats

  •         Competitor in National Tournaments
  •         Competes in State and Local Tournaments
  •         Handicap – Equal to or less than 5
  •         18 Hole Avg.: 78 or less

Division I Tier 2 Mid to Lower Candidate Stats

  •         Competitor in Local and State Tournaments
  •         Competitor in National Tournaments
  •         Handicap - Equal to or less than 8
  •         18 Hole Avg.: 82 or less

Division II Women’s Golf Recruiting Stats for High Level Players

  •         Competitor in Local and State Tournaments
  •         Handicap - Equal to or less than 10
  •         18 Hole Avg.: 85 or less

Division III Women’s Golf Recruiting Stats for High Level Players

  •         Competitor in Local and State Tournaments
  •         Competitor in Preferred Tournaments
  •         Handicap - Equal to or less than 15
  •         18 Hole Avg.: 95 or less

Division NAIA Women’s Golf Recruiting Stats for High Level Players

NAIA Tier 1 Upper Level Candidate Stats

  •         Competitor in Local and State Tournaments
  •         Competitor in Preferred Tournaments
  •         Handicap - Equal to or less than 10
  •         18 Hole Avg.: 85 or less

NAIA Tier 2 Mid to Lower Candidate Stats

  •         Competitor in Local and State Tournaments
  •         Competitor in Preferred Tournaments
  •         Handicap - Equal to or less than 15
  •         18 Hole Avg.: 95 or less

Preferred Grades for Women’s Golf Recruits for All Divisions

  •         3.0 GPA
  •         ACT score of 24+ or higher
  •         SAT score of 1000+ out of a possible 1600

Number of Colleges with Women’s Golf Programs

  •         Division I - 256
  •         Division II - 144
  •         Division III - 168
  •         NAIA - 140
  •         Junior Colleges - 93

Number of Women’s Golf Scholarships Per School

  •         Division I - 6
  •         Division II – 5.4
  •         NAIA - 5
  •         NJCAA - 8

Number of Student Athletes Competing in Golf at All Levels

  •         Division I – 2,085
  •         Division II – 1,020
  •         Division III – 1,203
  •         NAIA - 758
  •         NCJAA - 311
  •         High School – 70,872

To get more information on women’s golf recruitment and men’s golf recruitment guidelines as well as athletic scholarship statistics in schools, states and divisions across the nation, please visit: AthleticScholarships.com

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AthleticScholarships.com is a leading provider of college athletic scholarship statistics and recruitment information. The organization helps student athletes identify opportunities and make connections with recruiters across the country by gathering stats on a wide variety of Women’s and Women’s sports and delivering the information in an easily searchable format that allows users to search by sport, state, division and school.

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