Findings Reveal the Verified Scores and Skills Necessary for
High Schoolers to Reach the Collegiate Level
Junior Golf Hub (The Hub) – the leading online community for junior golfers, their parents and college coaches – today released the 2021 Junior Golf Hub College Golf Signer Report, a first of its kind study that analyzes verified historical tournament data of more than 900 junior golfers who signed a National Letter of Intent in 2021.
The golfers included in the report signed to play collegiate golf with 524 different schools, including men’s and women’s programs that compete in NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA. The study mixes visual graphics, statistical breakdowns and deep analysis to paint a complete picture of the 2021 class of signees, acting as a reliable benchmark for college golf hopefuls.
Scoring Average of Signers
Course Difficulty of Signers
Signers’ Home Countries and States
Signers’ Scoring Progress Throughout High School
Premium Extended Report:
What It Takes to Play DI
Scoring Average Related to Program Division
Signer Case Studies
Comparing and Contrasting Signers vs. Non-signers
To join Junior Golf Hub and gain access to the complete Signer Report, click here. Existing Premium members received a copy of the report this week.
“From day one, our team at The Hub has set out to educate, simplify and clarify the realities of what it takes for junior golfers to reach their goal of competing at the collegiate level,” says Junior Golf Hub’s founder, Roger Knick. “This report will open the eyes of players and parents to the rich and diverse playing opportunities available at nearly 2200 college programs across the country. It gives legitimacy to our core belief that college golf is attainable for nearly any golfer that’s willing to work for it.”
All scores have been accumulated and verified through official competition on the American Junior Golf Association, Hurricane Junior Golf Tour, Golfweek Junior Tour and numerous other national, regional and local junior tours, including PGA Sections and State Golf Associations.
At just $129 per year, members of The Hub gain full access to the platform that helps connect recruits with college golf coaches through tailored, searchable online profiles. Player profiles present to coaches their athletic measurables such as verified tournament scores, swing speed, tournament schedules and academic information such as GPA, test scores and academic honors.
A membership to The Hub, which also tracks a player’s growth and development as they move through their junior golf journey, is not only a beneficial tool for burgeoning young golfers, but it also hosts an invaluable suite of resources and education that supports parents throughout the complicated process of recruiting. The platform hosts a vast library of resources designed as a step-by-step guide to the college golf recruiting process.
For those still seeking their perfect fit, the platform’s “Find a College” function filters results based on the program’s scoring average, acceptable test scores, tuition, majors offered, enrollment size and more. College golf hopefuls are instantly notified via mobile app or desktop portal when a collegiate program starts following them.
To date, nearly 10,000 athletes have created a profile on The Hub, while more than 1,000 members have gone on to play golf at an NCAA DI, DII, DIII or NAIA school. The current collegiate database consists of more than 2,200 men’s and women’s golf programs.
To access the platform and learn more, visit www.juniorgolfhub.com. The Junior Golf Hub App is available in the App Store and Google Play Store.
About Junior Golf Hub
Junior Golf Hub is the leading online community for junior golfers, their parents and college coaches, offering a modern, easily accessible website and mobile app that simplifies and streamlines the college golf placement process for prospects. The Hub provides a one-of-a-kind tool to help players and parents navigate the confusing journey to college golf while helping college coaches discover and connect with top talent. Prided on innovation, advanced technology, big picture thinking and operating at the cutting-edge of the golf industry, The Hub’s team includes a top PGA professional, former Division I collegiate golfers, a state amateur champion, and seasoned business professionals, focused on adding value to members across the world.