Founded in January of 2001, the primary mission of the Future College Golf Association (FCGA) is to mentor junior golfers and their families through the junior golf college recruiting processes. FCGA offers three programs designed to assure that each member achieves his or her maximum potential.
Players Marketing Program
The Players Marketing Program helps FCGA targets specific colleges through resume development and personalized website creation. Specifically, the athlete will receive a custom domain, have their past tournament results/future tournaments listed, photos, and a video of the player.
Tournament Players Program
The Tournament Players Program helps FCGA members plan a customized tournament and practice schedule. FCGA meets with its clients personally to assure that they are playing in tournaments that fit their golf abilities and setting goals to achieve their college dreams. FCGA follows each player's progress and maintains each member's tournament record. FCGA is available to provide academic guidance, as well as information on swing coaches, fitness, and nutrition. Members of the FCGA Tournament Players Program are assured a position in the national ranking systems.
College Golf Scholarship Program
The College Golf Scholarship Program helps its members target colleges that fit them academically, athletically and socially. FCGA assists its members in building a resume and generating quality relationships with college coaches using resumes, web development, phone calls, websites, emails and videos.
FCGA Members distinguish themselves in many ways:
The 2014 Jack Nicklaus Award for the top player in Division I College Golf was a FCGA Member
The 2014 Ben Hogan Award winner for the top player in Amateur Golf was a FCGA Member
One of the members of the 2011 & 2013 WALKER CUP TEAM was a FCGA member
The 2014 AJGA St. Louis Junior Champion was a FCGA member
The 2012 Class 3 Illinois State High School Champion was a FCGA Member
The 2011 Class 2A Illinois Boys State Champion is a FCGA Member
The 2010 NCAA Men's Division I College Golf National Champion was a FCGA Member
The 2010 Western Junior Champion is a FCGA Member
The 2010 Kansas Girls State High School Champion is a FCGA Member
During 2008-2014, FCGA had former members named to the NCAA ALL-AMERICAN, ALL PAC-10, ALL-BIG 10 and ALL-ACC, ALL-MVC and All-BIG EAST college golf teams.
FCGA had members qualify for the Sage Valley Invite, the Orange Bowl, the AJGA FootJoy, HP, Rolex, & Polo, as well as the U.S. Jr. Boys, the U.S. Jr. Girls, the U.S. Amateur, and the PGA Championship during 2007- 2013.
FCGA has now helped over 350 junior golfers earn college scholarships. Beginning in the fall of 2015, FCGA will have hundreds of former members competing at all levels of college golf.
All FCGA members receive personal advice and attention from FCGA representatives. As a result, FCGA members from California to Florida and throughout the Midwestern United States have the opportunity to improve their competitive golf, learn to communicate with coaches and earn college scholarships.
2014 Jack Nicklaus Award Recipient
Helping Athletes Since 2001
The Brummett Family
We greatly appreciate all of the personal mentoring that you offered our family about junior golf tournaments, Whitney's practice schedule, building relationships with college coaches, and scholarship opportunities. Whitney is very excited about her opportunity to receive an education and play college golf at Florida State.
PGA Head Professional
Gateway PGA Teacher of the Year
FCGA's knowledge of junior competition and college golf has assisted a number of my high school students in the attainment of college golf scholarships. Their ability to identify and direct the skills of young players to the level of competition they need at the junior and collegiate levels is a strong complement to the student's work ethic.
PGA Director of Instruction
Bellerive Country Club
"FCGA is making a great effort to help junior golfers earn college scholarships. FCGA is a tremendous resource for any junior golfer who wants to play competitive golf and take his or her game to the college level."