Junior Golfer Fore Your Resume'!
The College Prep Golf Tour is about creating affordable golf tournaments for Junior Golfers that will develop them into College and Lifetime golfers.
We started our junior golf tournaments in 2003 with club teams. Then we progressed in 2008 by forming the Colonial Junior Golf Tour and we also helped to form the Virginia Junior Golf Alliance. These two organizations created tournaments that were affordable and designed in a way that college coaches would show interest in the results. In 2010 with your feedback and help we made more progress by better representing what our tour is about in the name and forming partnerships that will help to grow the number of opportunities for our Junior Golfers. We changed our name to the College Prep Golf Tour instead of the Colonial Junior Golf Tour. We have two divisions age wise. One Division is for High School players who want to develop into college level golfers. The courses and the distances are similar to what you would find if you played college golf and thus college coaches recruit our players. The other age division is for Middle School players and younger who want to develop into High School players. (Exceptional players who want to play up need to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request to move up)
We serve both Boys and Girls and have seen incredible accomplishments in just a few short years. We have had over 200 golfers go on to play college golf at the Division I, II and III levels. In the last 4 years we had one former player Adam Ball make it to the Elite of the US amateur against the eventual champion and Euorpean Ryder Cup member Matthew Fitzpatrick. In 2017 we had a former player Mark Lawrence make it to the Final Four of the US Amateur only to lose on the 18th hole to eventual champion Doc Redmon. On the ladies side one of our former players Christina Herbert was the Division III 2017 individual National Champion. These are just a few examples of where our Junior Golfers...reached for their dreams and accomplished them!
Junior Golfers practice with pressure and play fore pleasure!