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Women’s Golf Camps and Tournaments

Attending women’s golf camps and tournaments are a great way to improve your game and develop your ability on the course. Take your game to the next level and start losing less shots to par at a women’s golf camp near you.

Find women's golf camps near you

14 results
IMG Academy
Calendar icon Jan 1, 2023 Dec 31, 2023
Bradenton, FL
Ages / Grade Level: 8yr – 18yr
Georgia Southern University
Calendar icon Oct 1, 2023 Oct 1, 2023
Statesboro, GA
Ages / Grade Level: 18yr – 18yr
Division: NCAA D1
Lipscomb University
Calendar icon Oct 7, 2023 Oct 7, 2023
Nashville, TN
Ages / Grade Level: 8th – 12th
Division: NCAA D1
Georgia Southern University
Calendar icon Oct 8, 2023 Oct 8, 2023
Statesboro, GA
Ages / Grade Level: 18yr – 18yr
Division: NCAA D1
University of Iowa
Calendar icon Oct 10, 2023 Oct 10, 2023
Iowa City, IA
Ages / Grade Level: 12th
Division: NCAA D1

FAQs about women’s golf camps

Golf camps vs golf schools

You might see listings for both women’s golf camps as well as golf schools. Generally speaking, the difference is in who is giving the instruction.

We hope this list will help you find women’s golf camps that will help you become a better golfer overall, and in your college golf search. Be sure to do your homework; only you can decide if a camp experience will be right for you.

IMG Academy women’s golf camp

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IMG Academy’s girls golf camps feature technical, customized training as well as match-play situations for golfers seeking to reach their full potential. With several program options to choose from, IMG golf camps stress a balance of training for driving, mid-range, and putting while also making sure that each camper understands how to properly prepare for competition. IMG camps also offer the opportunity to enhance aspects such as mental toughness and physical conditioning.

Major women’s college golf tournaments

Individual tournament play is the number one factor college coaches consider when making their roster and scholarship decisions. In fact, most coaches recruit from a certain level of golf tournaments each year. Student-athletes should research the schools on their target list to find out where coaches will be and what results they need to get noticed. The length of the course, location and cost are also important factors to consider. As you establish your tournament schedule, here are a few things to keep in mind:

  1. State Golf Association Championships. College coaches who recruit locally will attend state-wide championships to evaluate the highest ranked players in the state. Some golfers automatically gain entry, but there’s usually an open qualifying process option as well. 
  2. Independent Junior Golf Tournaments. One of the easiest and most cost-effective ways for student-athletes to improve their national ranking is to attend a multiple-day, independent junior golf tournament. Specifically, you want to focus on courses that are 6,000 yards or more. The best resource to find competitions is Junior Golf Scoreboard.
  3. National Golf Tours. National level competition attracts college coaches and is essential in determining how recruits measure up against highly competitive golfers across the country. All college coaches are familiar with the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA), Future Collegians World Tour (FCWT) and the International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT). The biggest downside here is the heavy price tag that comes with being a member and competing in these events.
  4. United States Golf Association (USGA) Championships. USGA is home to the most elite amateur golf tournaments in the country. To participate in an event here, you must pass a rigorous qualifying process, which is based on golf scores and handicap requirements.

When evaluating a recruit’s performance at a tournament, coaches will look at the difference between their scores each day. This is called a “tournament score differential.” Coaches want to see how a student-athlete fared day-after-day to better understand their mental toughness. Can they come back focused and take the lead, or will they crumble under the pressure? This is especially important at national and independent tournaments because high school events are typically only nine or 18 holes.

Recruiting assistance

Many who have college golf aspirations take advantage of resources to help them reach those goals. One is NCSA College Recruiting. Since it was founded in 2000, NCSA has helped more than 200,000 student-athletes in a variety of sports achieve those dreams and earn spots on college rosters. 

Sign up for your free NCSA Recruiting Profile today to start getting on college coaches’ radar!

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