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How does your resume look?


Resumes come in all shapes and sizes. We have a particular preference on resumes when working with our clients.

Here is an example of a golf resume:

We suggest including the following:

  • Graduation Year

  • One phone number

  • NCAA Eligibility Center ID#

  • Academic information (GPA, Test scores, and/or when you are taking the tests next)

  • Upcoming Tournaments

  • Tournament Results with most Recent first

  • Any other highlights/volunteer activities etc.

Here are some tips and common errors to avoid:

  • Try and keep it to one page.

  • Make sure all grammar and punctuation are correct.

  • Have an complete resume - don't leave information out.

  • Make sure the tournament results are in order of the date they were played.

  • Make sure all information is accurate.

  • When sending out resumes/swing videos/and a short note to the coach, make sure each email is personalized. Show the coach you have researched their school and program.

  • Have realistic expectations and send your information to schools that the right fit for you.

  • Ask questions - start a dialogue with the coach.

Your resume is a showcase of you and your brand - make your first impression count!

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