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Division III Handicap: Equal to or < 3 18 Hole Average: 75 or under Competes in State and Local Tournaments Preferred Tournaments (AJGA, FCWT, USGA) **Some Division III coaches require Division I standards NAIA Top NAIA Handicap: Equal to or < 2 18 Hole Average: 74 or under Competes in National Tournaments (ex. AJGA, FCWT, USGA) Competes in State and Local Tournaments Lower NAIA Handicap: Equal to or < 3 18 Hole Average: 75 or under Competes in State and Local Tournaments Preferred Tournaments (AJGA, FCWT, USGA) **Some NAIA coaches require Division I standards Note: On average, the NCSA menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s golfers that have moved on to compete at the next level had a handicap of (1), an 18-hole average of (72.5), and a grade point average of (3.37). These student-athletes also competed in national tournaments such as AJGA, FCWT, and USGA, along with state and local tournaments. Preferred Grades for All Divisions: 3.0 GPA + 24 ACT + 1000 SAT (out of 1600) (No scores needed for underclassmen) In order to compile these Recruiting Guidelines, NCSA tracked hundreds of former NCSA student-athletes who have gone on to compete at the collegiate level, polled college coaches across the nation, and analyzed college rosters at all levels of competition. Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Golf Guidelines Division I Top Division I Handicap: Equal to or < 5 18 Hole Average: 78 or under Competes course yards 6000+ Competes in National Tournaments (ex. AJGA, FCWT, USGA) Competes in State and Local Tournaments Lower Division I Handicap: Equal to or < 8 18 Hole Average: 82 or under Competes in National Tournaments (ex. AJGA, FCWT, USGA)

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Recruiting Guidelines

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