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How Can I Help You?

Are you a female golfer looking for personal attention throughout the college recruiting process? Do you need a partner in this process to help ensure you do what is needed and necessary in order to achieve your goal of playing college golf?

If so, then learn more about how I can be that partner for you

Are you a junior golfer or parent looking for an online program that will provide the information and guidance to navigate this process on your own? Are you an instructor or coach who has junior golfers looking for a way to find the answers on how to navigate the recruiting process?

If so, then check out the GRA online program

Are you interested in booking Brandi to speak, conduct a golf clinic, play in your golf outing or host a workshop? There are many ways she can add an educational, motivational, or inspirational element to your event.

If you want to book Brandi, click here

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.

Tommy Pipatjarasgit, Father of Pinya, Brown University commit

 

Recent Blog Articles

 

Club Golf is an Option in College

Guest Blog by Travis Richardson of NCCGA   The statistics on playing varsity golf in college aren’t exactly optimistic. According to the NCAA, only 2% of male high school golfers will play Division 1, and 3% for females. For students that don’t go to Division 1 though, there’s still plenty of options available. Division 2, Division 3, NAIA, NJCAA, as well as several smaller [...]

Conference Champions

Over the last few weeks, across the country, teams and individuals battled it out for the title of Conference Champion. Below are the teams, their average score, and the yardage they played from - keep in mind conditions such as wind, cold, elevation and location were all different. Click on each image to enlarge.  

Take the Initiative and Call Coaches

Maybe you have sent out some intro emails but you haven't gotten any responses, or maybe you have been communicating with some coaches through email but don't feel like you are getting anywhere? The next step you must be willing to tackle is to pick up the phone and call the coaches. It is very easy to sit behind a computer and send emails, [...]

College Golf Practice

I have re-posted almost every blog that Coach Sutherland from SMU has written because the information is so insightful and valuable for junior golf families. I was honored to have her complete an interview for me last year as part of my partnership with the PKB Girls Tour which you can find Part 1 and Part 2. But this week she shared some details about the team’s [...]

Utilizing Social Media in College Recruiting

Social media can be a very useful tool to utilize during the recruiting process but it can also be a way to cost you opportunities if you don't use it wisely. While there are rules on the coach's end for connecting with recruits through social media, they can still do their homework to investigate what you are posting about, what your friends are posting [...]

Learn to Be Creative

Almost every camp that I host I include a session that requires the girls to tap into their creative side. Many times the girls think I am crazy for the ideas I come up with but it’s always fun to see how each player approaches the activity. You may not realize how important it is to be creative as a golfer but it is [...]


BRANDI JACKSON
Hi! I help golfers turn their dreams of college golf into a reality by helping them navigate the recruiting process through education, individual programs, speaking events, workshops, and an online program.

See more about my partnerships and resources to help you on your journey to
play college golf.