With the opportunity to compete at the highest level against the world’s top amateur players, it is obvious why many elite European amateurs are heading to the USA on golf scholarships.
Being an elite golf player is only the first step in getting a golf scholarship in the United States. You have to be proactive about reaching out to coaches, showcasing your talent, and proving that you will be a valuable student athlete to their program. This is where golf scholarship services from United Sports USA comes in.
United Sports USA have male and female golfers all over America. We have secured more than $14 million in scholarships for our clients and have students studying within every governing body who offer college golf in America. We currently have boys and girls studying within the NCAA Divisions 1 & 2, NAIA, NJCAA, USCAA and NCCAA.
Working with United Sports USA will provide you access to:
As a client on our golf scholarship program, you can be assured that United Sports USA will continue to exceed your expectations until you receive a scholarship offer that meets your needs. Places on our golf scholarship program are limited to 20 male and 20 female clients for each recruiting class. You will work closely with Jamie Alexander, former student golfer at Savannah College of Art and Design, to find the right university or college.
At United Sports USA we understand that every client has different criteria when selecting a university or college and want to make sure that we manage your expectations from day one. United Sports USA prides itself on the fact that we tailor our service to meet your needs, not ours.
We hold golf assessment days throughout the year for applicants interested in pursuing an American golf scholarship. Jamie, our golf consultant, will also be attending various National and Regional Tournaments to identify prospective players. He will assess the performance of potential clients as well as review academic credentials and explain the recruitment process and what the scholarship entails. Our current minimum handicap requirement is 5.0 for Male and 9.0 for female golfers.
Meghan MacLaren - Florida International University
Meghan is currently ranked 41 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, she is the reigning British Ladies' Open Amateur Stroke play Championship Winner and has won 4 times this year for FIU and ranked 37th in the NCAA Individual woman's golf rankings.
Ashleigh Greenham – Arizona State University
Ashleigh an England U16 International and reached the final stages of the Woman’s British Open in 2013 and reached the last 16 of the British Girls Championship. Ashleigh’s coach is Tim Mickleson brother of 5 time major winner Phil Mickleson.
Connie Jaffrey – Kansas State University
Connie is a Scotland Internationalist and competed in the 2013 home Internationals at St.Annes Old Links, England. Connie was 2013 Scottish Girls Champion and looks set for a glowing career competing in the NCAA D1. So far in 2014 she has had an individual win, 2 team wins and represent GB & I in the Astor Trophy in Australia!
Other notable golf clients are:
Jess Meek - University of Missouri, NCAA D1
Chris Handy - England International leaves 2016
Paige Kemp – Stetson University, Florida. NCAA D1
Matthew McCulloch - Scottish International leaves 2016
Aimee Ponte – University of Texas San Antonio. NCAA D1
Tiago Lobo - Brazilian International - leaves 2016
Clara Young – The University of Missouri. NCAA D1
Ryan Hunter - New Zealand International - leaves 2016
Chris Rahm - Swedish International leaves 2016
Emma Miller – Arkansas State University, NCAA D1
Sana Tufail – Old Dominion University, NCAA D1
Emma Allan – University of Missouri. NCAA D1
At the start of the 2013 PGA Tour season, over 82% of its members competed at collegiate level before turning professional. A golf scholarship in the USA gives you the opportunity to play at the collegiate level while greatly reducing the costs of your education.
As a student athlete, a golf scholarship will provide access to top-class practice facilities, professional coaching and world-class competition. America can also offer year round golf due to its climate and the schedule your coach will set for the team.
Andy Newman - GOLF CONSULTANT
"At United Sports USA we are very selective about the standard of male and female golfers on our golf scholarship program. This enables us to achieve an unrivaled level of funding for our players in an environment that they are going to be successful. With 13 years of experience I am here to provide professional support to students and parents during the selection process and beyond. It can be extremely daunting process when deciding where to spend the next 4 years of your collegiate career. I monitor all of our players during their 4 years in America which provides support for them and it also gives me great pride to see all the hard work come to fruition when the kids begin their new life as a student athlete, enjoying themselves, playing golf, studying hard as well as experience valuable life skills and experience. I would encourage any young golfer to investigate the college science in America, what a great way to spend 4 years at university."