Is your son or daughter hooked on the game and aspiring to play golf in college? Great! An exciting journey awaits, but the road to securing a spot on a college golf team can be overwhelming.

Is my kid good enough to play D-I? D-III? When should they start reaching out to coaches? What tournaments do they need to play in? What scholarships are available?

To help you and your kid navigate the complicated junior and college golf landscape, we’re excited to announce our next Golf Digest Happy Hour with Dr. Katie Brophy Miles, the former Georgetown women’s golf coach and founder of Golf Globally, a consulting company dedicated to helping juniors play college golf.

On Tuesday, March 12 at 8:30 p.m. EST, we will chat with Dr. Brophy Miles about a wide range of topics that you need to know if your kid is looking to play college golf. The Happy Hour is offered exclusively for Golf Digest+ members, who will be able to take part in our discussion and ask Dr. Brophy Miles any questions they have about junior golf, college golf and the recruiting process.

On Tuesday, March 12 at 8:30 p.m. EST, Golf Digest+ members will be able to join the Happy Hour by clicking on the Zoom link that will be added here before the webinar.

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This will be a unique opportunity to gain inside knowledge of a complicated process. As a former Big East Conference Coach of the Year, Dr. Brophy Miles has a deep understanding of what college coaches are looking for in the recruiting process and how junior golfers can best leverage their skills to play at the next level.

A former captain of the Notre Dame women’s golf team, Dr. Brophy Miles received her Ph.D. in Human Performance from Indiana University, where she wrote her dissertation on how social media has changed the landscape for NCAA recruiting. She has dedicated her professional life to developing student-athletes on an athletic, academic and personal level, and we are excited to learn more from Dr. Brophy Miles to help your kid play and succeed in college golf.

Not a Golf Digest+ member yet? Be sure to sign up here so you can join our Happy Hour.

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