In all sports, young athletes grow up idolising their heroes, hoping one day they will be able to reach the same heights.
But becoming a pro means taking your chance, the same chance that Woods, Nicklaus, Spieth and 65% of all PGA Tour players take: the US college system.
We are offering six young golfers the chance to win full scholarships to colleges in the US to help them start achieving their dream.
Merry Christmas From All of us Here at Athletes USA!
We are happy to have welcomed so many athletes to our family this year.
We have been growing and now we are bigger and better, and continue to be inspired by all those amazing athletes that want to follow their dreams by studying in the US.
We hope you all have a lovely time wherever you are in the world and may you holidays be truly wonderful, magical and filled with joy!
– The Athletes USA Team
(from right to left) Christopher Vidal Founder, Tiffany Vidal Marketing Team, Jose Armas Scout Team, David Rueda CEO, Oscar Gonzalez Albo COO, Matias Aristegui Scout Team, Linnea Lindmark Team Director, Herbert Biste Team Director, Ben Deets Placement Team Director, Chet Walters Scout Team, and all our scouts around the world!
The Importance of Making a Good Recruiting Profile
Most recruiting processes begin online through recruiting services, so your profile is the first impression you make with the coaches. A good online profile allows coaches to find and evaluate prospective athletes quickly and efficiently.
Here are 5 things you should consider when writing yours:
5 Things to do on College Visits
Choosing the right school is a HUGE decision. Part of the decision making process is touring prospective schools. While it may seem overwhelming make sure to incorporate these 5 steps into every tour to get the most out of your college visits. Continue Reading…
3 Reasons you won’t be Recruited
Many recruits make the mistake of thinking they only have to be good athletes to get recruited. In reality being a good athlete may not be enough to be recruited. Many scouts not only look for talent on the field, but behavior off the field and in the classroom.