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With a vast network and strong knowledge for the college recruiting process, Brandi Jackson helped our daughter navigate her way through the complicated and sometimes brutal journey.
Brandi is very down to earth, realistic and many coaches mentioned that Brandi adds legitimacy to the resume. Brandi was not only a coach for college recruiting but also a coach for the special game of golf and life for our daughter.
Recent Blog Articles
For those who may follow my social media (@bjacksongolf) you probably saw that I decided to play some competitive golf again for the first time in almost 8 years. My last full season was in 2009 where I played 11 LPGA Tour events that year and the rest on the Symetra Tour, then I only played a handful of events on the Symetra [...]
It’s almost that time, time to enter one of the biggest, if not THE biggest transition of your life - Being a college athlete! In case you haven’t heard, you are getting ready to embark on the 4 best years of your life. You are going to meet and make so many friends from all over the world, travel and compete with all [...]
“The webinar was wonderful…. you articulated everything very well on all levels, whether golfing or with life’s principles, values, and leadership.” Carolyn Whitmer I had the privilege of joining Jim Hackenberg, founder of Orange Whip Golf, on a recent webinar to discuss how to “Take Your Game to the Next Level. While I only work with junior golfers and mostly just on the college recruiting [...]
Are you an athlete or do you just play a sport? This is a question that I have struggled with honestly answering for a lot of my life. For a long time, I thought I was an athlete simply bc I had the physical ability to play sports. I grew up playing basketball, softball, volleyball, and golf. I only played basketball until my sophomore year of high school [...]
As we wrap up the NLI Early Signing Period, I wanted to share some insight on FAQs about signing an NLI. What is the NLI? The NLI (National Letter of Intent) is an agreement signed by the student-athlete, parent or guardian and the institution that states the student athlete’s commitment to attend the institution for one full academic year, in return the institution agrees to [...]
“Just wanted to let you know that for 2020 we have one verbal commitment and another offer out. Assuming that gets accepted we would only have walk-on opportunities available for 2020.” – Top 25 Ranked DI Women’s Golf Program In consulting my 2020 recruits, I have received several responses like this from coaches who are already wrapping up their 2020 recruiting class, during the [...]
Not only is UNCG Head Coach Janell Howland an awesome coach but she also happens to be a dear friend who I admire and respect greatly. I recently asked her to answer a few questions about her recruiting and coaching philosophy. What is your own coaching philosophy? People first, Students second, Golfers third. Everything we do in our program revolves around those 3 things, in [...]
For those starting their college golf careers (and for those players in the recruiting process) I thought I would share some pics of my college golf days and pass along a few reminders as you begin the best 4 years of your life! Times have certainly changed but a few things [...]
Brandi Jackson, I think it’s time for your Mom to speak up. So, if you will, indulge me for a few minutes. First, let me say how very proud I am of the professional that Brandi has become. She pours her heart and soul into her business and everything that she does. I see this more and more every day. Quite [...]
In my last blog, I shared some insight from Howard Bertram, who's daughter Sarah just graduated from playing 4 years of college golf at Gardner-Webb University. I asked Sarah to share her own thoughts about her college golf experience and how she feels looking back now. What did you learn the most from playing college golf? Through golf, I learned to look [...]
I met Sarah Bertram and her father, Howard, during her junior year of high school. She had done a little work with the college recruiting process but had not gotten very far at that stage and she was one of those late arrivers to the game so we had a few things working against us. We did her evaluation, put her resume together and [...]
I rolled my eyes during workouts this when this was said to a few of us as we followed one athlete's lead who put the bands around her knees as we began to do a wall sit. "Don't be a sheep" was repeated (louder each time) by our trainer before we realized that he was trying to tell us we were all doing it wrong. [...]
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