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LOGO BORDOR

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College Golf Pipeline is a college golf recruiting service designed by Award Winning Golf Coach and “Top 100” World-recognized golf instructor Arlen Bento Jr.

Coach Bento has been helping high school players find college golf scholarships for over 20 years.  If you are a high school player that is interested in learning how to get recruited for golf college then you will enjoy our website.

Over the years, Coach Bento has coached players that have gone on to play at college golf DI programs like Stanford, LSU, Alabama, Louisville, Wake Forest, New Mexico, Houston, Siena, Gardner-Webb,  Lamar and many others including DII, DII, NAIA, Junior Colleges & Post Grad schools.

If you have the skills, grades and the determination to follow our plan, the potential to play college golf is very high.

 

100% SATISFACTION

20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

WE GET YOU RECRUITED

 

College golf coaches start to look for talented players as early as the 6th grade.  There are only 2-3 spots on each college golf team per year so you have to act early.

College golf teams have limited athletic scholarship budgets so it is very important if you are a good junior player to get your information to college coaches as early as possible.

Your core class GPA in high school and test scores are very important to college golf coaches because in most cases your scholarship will be academically based first before any athletic scholarships are offered to create a scholarship package.

If you are a good junior golfer with good grades and you are already competing in junior tournaments with success, you need to get your information to college coaches as soon as possible if you want to play in college on scholarship.

You have to be proactive if you want to earn a spot on a college team. Don’t procrastinate!

 

PLAYER EVALUATION FORM

 

HOW DOES COLLEGE GOLF PIPELINE WORK?

STEP 1

We create a player profile and recruiting report based on your Player Evaluation Form (PEF) and Video.

We need all prospective College Golf Pipeline recruits to fill out our Player Evaluation Form (PEF) and submit a video of their swing (YouTube or Vimeo) for our review.

STEP 2

We create a mini press release on our website with your player profile, recruiting report and your video.  This posting creates a searchable link for college coaches to find your profile.

STEP 3

We build you a custom website with your custom domain and we email your website, player profile, recruiting report and your video to all college coaches in a Region of the U.S.

Interested college coaches will database your information as a potential recruit and if interested, will contact you by mail, email, phone, text message or follow you on Twitter.

College coaches at the NCAA level cannot contact players until the start of their junior year in high school, players and parents can call coaches at any time.

Social media is a very powerful recruiting tool for college coaches you should have a valid Twitter account that is set up for college coaches to see your information about golf.

Our coach database is divided into six (6) regions. (See below)

 

We email coaches at the NCAA DI, DII, DIII, NAIA & JUCO levels based on these regions. Custom submission programs available please contact us for more information.

OUR SERVICES

All website clients receive our 50-page college golf recruiting guide. We offer additional recruiting services & player development programs for additional fees.

Custom Player Website $250 

Annual fee includes (1) Regional Coach Email Submission

 Custom Player Video Creation $100

Includes up to (1) hour of design work & posted to our YouTube page & Social Media

USA National Press Release $100

Includes up to (1) hour of design work

Email Player Top 25 College Coaches $50

Includes email creation, & email send (Website Clients Only)

Email Regional College Coaches $50

Includes email creation, mini press release, email send (Website Clients Only)

Email National College Coaches $200

Includes email creation, mini press release, email send (Website Clients Only)

3 Month Top Prospect Recruiting Package $1000

  • Custom Player Website (Annual)
  • Custom Player Video Creation (1)
  • USA National Press Release (1)
  • Top 25 Coach Email Creation & Send (3)
  • Monthly Regional Coach Email Creation & Send (3)
  • USA Coach Email Creation & Send (1)
  • Monthly Mini Press Release (3)
  • Private Access Recruiting Coach (Text, Phone, Email)
  • Skills-Based Learning System (100 Point Putting, Short Game & Range)
  • Golf Training Program (10-10-30 Course Strategy, Miss Identifiers, Tee Off Zone Strategy, Grade-out Ball Striking, Birdie Proximity Strategies, Putting Roll Mastery, Pre Tournament Prep, Post Tournament Review, Practice Guides & More)

 

 6 Month Top Prospect Recruiting Package $1500

  • Custom Player Website (Annual)
  • Custom Player Video Creation (1)
  • USA National Press Release (2)
  • Top 25 Coach Email Creation & Send (6)
  • Monthly Regional Coach Email Creation & Send (6)
  • USA Coach Email Creation & Send (2)
  • Monthly Mini Press Release (6)
  • Private Access Recruiting Coach (Text, Phone, Email)
  • Skills-Based Learning System (100 Point Putting, Short Game & Range)
  • Golf Training Program (10-10-30 Course Strategy, Miss Identifiers, Tee Off Zone Strategy, Grade-out Ball Striking, Birdie Proximity Strategies, Putting Roll Mastery, Pre Tournament Prep, Post Tournament Review, Practice Guides & More)

Private golf lessons, playing lessons, one-day training, skill testing, club fitting available!

 

 

Example Sites:

Peyton Kraras

Garrett Giles

Madison Walker

Ryan Renz

Alex Barclay

Amelia Novoa

 

CALL COACH BENTO (772) 485 8030

REGIONS

We divide the U.S.A. into six (6) geographic regions. Listed below are each region for men’s programs and women’s programs with the number of college golf coaches in each region.

MEN’S COLLEGE GOLF PROGRAMS : 1181

MENS NORTHEAST REGION: 146 (CT,MA,ME,NH,NY,NH,RI)

DI – 29, DII – 17, DIII – 69, NAIA – 5, JUCO – 26

MENS MID ATLANTIC REGION: 171 (DC,DE,MD,NJ,PA,V,WV)

DI – 38, DII – 31, DIII – 71, NAIA – 5, JUCO – 26

MENS SOUTH REGION: 256 TOTAL (AL,FL,GA,KY,LA,MS,NC,SC,TN)

DI – 89, DII – 71, DIII – 23, NAIA – 38, JUCO – 35

MENS MID WEST REGION: 349 (IA,IL,IN,KS,MI,MN,MO,ND,NE,OH,SD,WI)

DI – 59, DII – 55, DIII – 90, NAIA – 82, JUCO – 63

MENS SOUTHWEST REGION: 90 (AR,AZ,NM,OK,TX)

DI – 34, DII – 28, DIII – 13, NAIA – 15, JUCO – 20

MENS WEST REGION: 169 (AK,CA,CO,HI,ID,MT,NV,UT,WA,WY)

DI – 48, DII – 33, DIII – 18, NAIA – 23, JUCO – 47

 

WOMEN’S COLLEGE GOLF PROGRAMS : 876

WOMENS NORTHEAST REGION: 64 (CT,MA,ME,NH,NY,NH,RI)

DI – 18, DII – 2, DIII – 25, NAIA – 4, JUCO – 15

WOMENS MID ATLANTIC REGION: 84 (DC,DE,MD,NJ,PA,V,WV)

DI – 21, DII – 17, DIII – 33, NAIA – 2, JUCO – 11

WOMENS SOUTH REGION: 193 (AL,FL,GA,KY,LA,MS,NC,SC,TN)

DI – 74, DII – 56, DIII – 17, NAIA – 33, JUCO – 13

WOMENS MID WEST REGION: 294 (IA,IL,IN,KS,MI,MN,MO,ND,NE,OH,SD,WI)

DI – 54, DII – 53, DIII – 87, NAIA – 72, JUCO – 28

WOMENS SOUTHWEST REGION: 101 (AR,AZ,NM,OK,TX)

DI – 31, DII – 29, DIII – 13, NAIA – 13, JUCO – 15

WOMENS WEST REGION: 140 (AK,CA,CO,HI,ID,MT,NV,UT,WA,WY)

DI – 43, DII – 26, DIII – 13, NAIA – 20, JUCO – 38

 


PLAYER EVALUATION FORM

 

RECRUITING OVERVIEW

Keep in mind NCAA bylaws are subject to change and at all times, student-athletes and their parents are encouraged to consult ncaa.org, eligibilitycenter.org, and usga.org for all recruiting and amateurism rules questions.

Access the NCAA’s Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete for information related to navigating the initial-eligibility process.

1. Rules of Recruiting

Sample NCAA Important Terms

  • Contact: A contact happens any time a college coach says more than hello during a face-to-face meeting with you or your parents off the college’s campus.
  • Dead Period: A college coach may not have any face-to-face contact with you or your parents on or off the college campus at any time during a dead period. The coach may write and call you or your parents during this time.
  • Evaluation: An evaluation happens when a college coach observes you practicing or competing.
  • Official visit: During an official visit, the college can pay for transportation to and from the college for you, lodging and meals (Division I allow for up to three meals per day) for you and your parents or guardians, as well as reasonable entertainment expenses including three tickets to a Division I home sports event or five tickets to a Division II home sports event. Before a college may invite you on an official visit, you must provide the college with a copy of your high school transcript and ACT, SAT or PLAN score (test scores are required for Division I only) and register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.
  • Recruited: If a college coach calls you more than once, contacts you off campus, pays your expenses to visit the campus, or in Divisions I and II, issues you a National Letter of Intent or a written offer of financial aid, you are considered to be recruited.
  • Unofficial visit: Any visit by you and your parents to a college campus paid for by you or your parents. The only expense you may receive from the college is three complimentary admissions to a Division I home athletics contest or five complimentary admissions to a Division II home athletics contest. You may make as many unofficial visits as you like and may take those visits at any time. The only time you cannot talk with a coach during an unofficial visit is during a dead period.
  • Verbal commitment: A verbal commitment happens when you verbally agree to play sports for a college before you sign or are eligible to sign a National Letter of Intent. The commitment is not binding on you or the school and can be made at any time.
  • Walk-on: Someone who is not typically recruited by a school to participate in sports and does not receive a scholarship from the school, but who becomes a member of one of the school’s athletic teams.

NCAA Division I Recruiting Calendars

Freshman & Sophomore Year

  • Recruiting materials: You may receive brochures for camps, questionnaires, NCAA materials, and nonathletic recruiting publications.
  • Telephone calls: You may make calls to the coach at your expense only. A college coach cannot call you.
  • Off-campus contact: None allowed.
  • Official visit: None allowed.
  • Unofficial visit: You may make an unlimited number of unofficial visits, except during a dead period.

Junior Year

  • Electronic correspondence (e.g., text messaging, instant messaging, email): All forms of electronic correspondence permissible beginning September 1 of your junior year. Correspondence must be private until you provide a written commitment to the NCAA school.
  • Recruiting materials: You may begin receiving recruiting materials September 1 of your junior year.
  • Telephone calls: You may make calls to the coach at your own expense.
  • College coaches may call you: After September 1, at the beginning of your junior year.
  • Off-campus contact: Allowed starting July 1, after your junior year.
  • Official visit: None allowed.
  • Unofficial visit: You may make an unlimited number of unofficial visits, except during a dead period.

Senior Year

  • Electronic correspondence (e.g. text messaging, instant messaging, email): All forms of electronic correspondence permissible September 1 of your junior year. Correspondence must be private until you provide a written commitment to the NCAA school.
  • Recruiting materials: Allowed.
  • Telephone calls: You may make calls to the coach at your expense.
  • College coaches may call you: No earlier than September 1 at the beginning of your junior year. Unlimited calls after you sign a National Letter of Intent, written offer of admission and/or financial aid; OR after the college receives a financial deposit from you.
  • Off-campus contact: Allowed.
  • Official visit: Allowed beginning the opening day of classes your senior year. You may make only one official visit per college and up to a maximum of five official visits to Division I colleges. There is no limit to official visits to Division II colleges.
  • Unofficial visit: You may make an unlimited number of unofficial visits, except during a dead period.
  • How often can a coach see me or talk to me off the college’s campus? A college coach may contact you or your parents/legal guardians not more than three times. An unlimited number of contacts and evaluation after you sign a National Letter of Intent, written offer of admission and/or financial aid; OR after the college receives a financial deposit from you. (Information from AJGA website)

 

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Arlen Bento Jr.

College Golf Pipeline – Top Prospect Golf

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