For the second year, the National High School Golf Association (NHSGA) is pleased to welcome Junior Golf Hub as a partner for the 2020 High School Golf National Invitational held at Pinehurst Resort on (August 3-5th). The National Invitational is one of the premier national junior golf tournaments with a field made up of the top high school golfers from across the country. Nearly all 50 states are represented.
“Here at Junior Golf Hub, we appreciate the work that the NHSGA has done to celebrate and develop high school golfers across the country. Our goal is to provide a unique opportunity for all Invitational participants looking to play golf in college and stand out toy college coaches,” says Rick Dowling, Customer Success Manager of the Junior Golf Hub. “Because travel is limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever for all junior golfers to have a digital resume and a platform to aid with exposure. This is why every National Invitational participant will receive a free, digital Junior Golf Hub Profile to increase their visibility to college golf programs.
This year’s field will be made up of more than 350 of the top high school golfers from 40 states and territories. With the cancellation of this year’s spring high school golf season, this will be an opportunity for many to seek validation. For seniors, this may be their last time to compete before heading off to college. The excitement level around this year’s Invitational is at an all-time high thanks to the current climate along with the chance to compete at Pinehurst.
In addition to providing Profiles, Junior Golf Hub staff will be on-site to answer specific questions regarding the recruiting process for players and families. “Our staff is excited to be at Pinehurst where we will be hosting “The Hub” – a dedicated area at the course for parents, players, and coaches to refresh, relax, connect, and most importantly learn about the journey to college golf. Everyone’s journey is unique, and for most it’s important to discuss the big milestones, layout a game plan, and discuss specifics with the player and their family.”
Further, JGH is excited to announce the launch of the Player Development Index (PDI) Self Assessment, a free tool for a junior golfer to self-assess their strengths and weaknesses to enable better self-awareness surrounding their mental game, resilience, golf skills, physical performance and nutrition – the elements that contribute to success. The Self Assessment is available in the Player Development area of the Junior Golf Hub Profile. The digital Profile, complete with academics, golf scores and your PDI gives coaches the clearest most detailed look at a prospects information.
If you are interested in learning more about Junior Golf Hub and how they can help your family navigate the college golf recruiting process, please visit their site or contact Rick Dowling at firstname.lastname@example.org