Women's Golf Recruiting Guidelines

NCSA’s recruiting guidelines are designed to show women’s golf recruits exactly what college golf coaches are looking for. Knowing where you stand among other women’s golf recruits can help you find schools suited for your level of ability, and can help make the recruiting process a lot easier.

Knowledge is an extremely important tool in the women’s golf recruiting process. Use NCSA’s recruiting guidelines to find out as much as you can about golf scholarships and how to earn one.

 

 

Grades: 3.0 GPA + 24 ACT + 1000 SAT (out of 1600)

Tier 1 Golfer

Stats:

  • Handicap: Equal to or < 5, 18 Hole Average: 78 or under

NCSA Expert Notes:

On average, the NCSA women's golfers that have moved on to compete at the next level had a handicap of (9.6), an 18-hole average of (83.7), and a grade point average of (3.42). These student-athletes also competed in national tournaments such as AJGA, FCWT, and USGA, along with state and local tournaments.

 

Tier 2 Golfer

Stats: 

  • Handicap: Equal to or < 8, 18 Hole Average: 82 or under

 

Tier 3 Golfer

Stats:

  • Handicap: Equal to or < 10, 18 Hole Average: 85 or under

NCSA Expert Notes:

Some DII coaches require DI standards. Some NAIA coaches require DI standards

 

Tier 4 Golfer

Stats: 

  • Handicap: Equal to or < 15, 18 Hole Average: 95 or under

NCSA Expert Notes:

Some DIII coaches require DI standards. Some NAIA coaches require DI standards

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