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College Coaches Review the FCG Tour

“I spend time each summer at future champions tour events because the quality of players is worth watching. I also find the tournaments to be set up at yardages comparable to college golf so I can evaluate on an even scale.” – Leslie Spalding, Head Women’s Coach at San Diego State University

“The Future Champions Tour has been a great source of recruiting for me both at San Diego State and now at the University of Maryland. Not only do they have the best kids from California playing in events, they have some of the top juniors from around the world. The staff is always extremely helpful in giving coaches contact information of players and going above and beyond to help in anyway they can.”– Tiffany Prats, Head Women’s Coach at Maryland

“Future Champions Golf Tournaments continue to exceed my expectations and their reputation for hosting quality events at big time venues is amazing. I regularly attend the FCG World Series Events as well as follow all their tournament results in search of my next recruits. If you aspire to play collegiate golf then please consider the FCG Tour. Their events are affordable, open to all players, and they play amazing venues like PGA West, Sandpiper, and Pumpkin Ridge.” – Tim Mickelson, Head Men’s Golf Coach at Arizona State University

“I have enjoyed my time coming to FCG events. The tournaments are well run and I have seen some great players. I plan on being at many more FCG events in the future.”– Casey Martin – Men’s Head Coach at University of Oregon

“The Future Champions Golf Tour has given players the opportunity to compete against the best in the country as well as internationally. The tournaments are very organized and they give us so much information on all the participants. The tour welcomes the coaches and goes above and beyond to accommodate all of our needs. We will continue to recruit heavily at the Future Champions Golf events.”

“Having the FCG brings a different mix of recruits for us to see along with the California kids we look for. Bringing international players in also shows us where to look and how our recruits stack up in the world.” – Leslie Spalding, Head Women’s Coach at San Diego State University

“I am such a big fan of the Future Champions Golf program and the junior golfers that are developing and coming out of that program. I have recruited many players now from their organization and I love the professionalism at their events. The courses they choose to play are mainly PGA Tour or College Golf Venues so it is great to see the kids play venues they will face in college.” – Ryan Donovan, Men’s Head Golf Coach at San Diego State University

“The Future Champions Golf tour is one of the top junior tours in the country. It attracts many of the best players from around the world. As a college coach it has been a big part of my recruiting. I know every time I attend one of their events I will find future talent.” – Tiffany Prats, Women’s Head Coach at University of South Florida (USF)

“The Future Champions Golf Tour in San Diego County is a great recruiting tool for me. There are excellent junior golfers in southern California and the events organized by FCG help me find many top quality female golfers. These tournaments, have helped me build a Championship team at Cal State University San Marcos! – Cindy Naval Head Women’s Golf Coach at California State University San Marcos

“I always enjoy recruiting at FCG events because they are run very professionally, have strong diverse fields and are always at courses that provide a good test of golf for all competitors.“ – Cory Scoggin, Men’s Head Coach at University of San Diego

“Future Champions Golf is an unbelievable source for college golf recruitment. The level of talent, depth of fields, and incredible job FCG does advertising, promoting, and running their events provides a great stepping stone to college golf”. – AJ Broderick, Head Golf Coach at Johnson & Wales University

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