College Golf Experience

Top100 Girls Showcase Camp

Phoenix, AZ

 

December 17-18, 2022

The Wigwam Resort

 

Camp price – $1,495

Coach Lineup

Players will have guaranteed engagement with every coach

Brooke Riley | Women's Assistant Coach | Stanford
Ryan Potter | Women's Associate Head Coach | Wake Forest
Ryan Potter has spent five seasons on the coaching staff of the Wake Forest women’s golf program, joining the program in January, 2017. After serving as an assistant coach in 2017-18, he was promoted to associate head coach in the summer of 2018.

For the first time in his career, Potter earned WGCA National Assistant Coach of the year honors in May 2022. During the 2021-22 season, Potter coached alongside ACC Coach of the Year Kim Lewellen to lead the Deacs’ to their second ACC title in four years and make an appearance at the NCAA Championships for the fourth year in a row. Including the ACC title, Wake Forest won a program-record five team titles this season and remained in the top-five of the Mizuno WGCA Coaches Poll for the entirety of the spring season.

Potter coached ACC Player of the Year Rachel Kuehn and ACC Freshman of the Year Carolina Chacarra, both of which earned WGCA All-America accolades for the 2021-22 season. Wake Forest also had a program-record four players earn All-ACC recognition at the conclusion of the 2022 spring season

Carrie Forsyth | Women's Head Coach | UCLA
Having led the Bruins to a pair of NCAA Championships, while coaching players to 106 All-American awards and six conference Golfer of the Year accolades, Carrie Forsyth begins her 24th season leading the UCLA women’s golf program in 2022-23.

Under Forsyth, the Bruins have won NCAA Championships in 2004 and 2011, and have finished runner-up three more times in 2005, 2008 and 2009. UCLA has finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Championships in 15 of the last 21 Championships held, including 2016 and 2018 when it won the stroke-play competition. In addition to the pair of national championships, Forsyth has also led the Bruins to eight NCAA Regional crowns, including back-to-back wins three times (2002, 2004-05, 2008-09, 2011-12, 2014).

The Bruins have claimed five Pac-10/12 Conference titles, winning the league championship in 2017 and 2018. In 2017, UCLA was the only team to finish in red figures and won by 21 strokes. A year later, the Bruins again were the only squad to score under par, winning by 12 shots. UCLA also won back-to-back-to-back Pac-10 titles in 2004, 2005 and 2006. The Bruins have placed in the top 3 of the conference on 15 occasions. Five Bruins have won the conference individual championship: Charlotte Mayorkas (2004), Tiffany Joh (2007), Alison Lee (2014), Lilia Vu (2017) and Patty Tavatanakit (2018). Vu defeated the field in 2017 by six shots, with Tavatanakit besting Vu in a playoff in 2018.

Amy Bond | Women's Head Coach | Florida St.
Amy Bond, the winningest coach in school history, continues to set the bar extremely high for the Florida State Women’s Golf Team and for each of her players.

Bond became the Seminoles’ all-time winningest coach in October of 2021 when she helped lead the combined Florida State men’s and women’s teams to the championship at the Inaugural Barbara Nicklaus Cup.

In the last year alone, she led the Seminoles to the nation’s No. 1 ranking, the first two NCAA Regional Championship in school history (Louisville in 2021 and Tallahassee in 2022) and to a program record ninth place finish in the NCAA Championship Finals. She also coached a First-Team All-American, the ACC Golfer of the Year, two NCAA All-Regional selections, and two All-ACC selections.

Ria Scott | Women's Head Coach | Virginia
The 2022-23 season marks the fifth year Ria Scott has headed up the Virginia program. The Cavaliers are coming off a 15th-place finish at the NCAA Championships where graduate student Beth Lillie finished ninth for the second consecutive season. It marked the 16th consecutive berth to the postseason.

The Cavaliers had four runner-up finishes during the season, including the NCAA Regional in Ann Arbor. Freshman Amanda Sambach was named the state co-player of the year after setting a program record for a first-year scoring average (72.85). UVA also had another stellar year, with four players recognized as Women’s Golf Coaches Association Scholars and five players earning ACC All-Academic honors.

For the second time, she was recognized by the Virginia Sports Information Directors as the state’s women’s golf coach of the year.

Gerrod Chadwell | Women's Head Coach | Texas A&M
Three-time American Athletic Conference Coach of the Year Gerrod Chadwell was named head coach of the women’s golf program on June 8, 2021.

Chadwell, in his first season leading the Maroon & White, propelled the program to No. 10 in the Golfstat.com ranking after finishing No. 90 the year before his arrival. He led the team to its first ever NCAA Championships Semifinals appearance after finishing stroke play as the No. 3 seed and defeating Florida State in the quarterfinals.

In his first tournament at Texas A&M, he guided his team to a 54-hole program record 20-under 844 at the Sam Golden Invitational. The team also recorded the lowest round in the program record book, carding a 14-under 274 in the final round of the Clover Cup. The Aggies, under Chadwell’s direction, finished within the top six in every regular season tournament, marking just the third time in school history.

The first-year A&M head coach mentored Blanca Fernández García-Poggio to the first All-Southeastern Conference First Team selection of her career and guided Adela Cernousek to an All-SEC Freshman Team accolade.

Beth Wu | Women's Assistant Coach | Florida
Beth Wu enters her first season as an assistant coach after joining the program prior to the 2022-23 season.

Wu begins her coaching career after spending the last three years (2020-22) on the Epson Tour. She posted four top-10 finishes, including two runner-up outings in 2021 at the Garden City Charity Classic and the Donald Ross Classic. In 2021 she finished 11th on the Epson Tour money list. Earlier this year, Wu competed at the 2022 U.S. Women’s Open at Pine Needles.

Highlights of her amateur golf career include representing Team USA at the 2016 Curtis Cup and a semifinalist performance at the 2015 U.S. Women’s Amateur.

Tiffany Joh | Women's Assistant Coach | USC
Tiffany Joh, an 11-year LPGA Tour pro and four-time NCAA All-American with collegiate coaching experience, is in her first year as an assistant coach with the USC Women’s Golf team. She was hired on June 23, 2022.

Said USC Head Coach Justin Silverstein on Joh: “We are so fired up to welcome Tiffany to the Trojan Family. Tiffany brings an incredible wealth of playing experience with over a decade on the LPGA Tour while being one of the finest collegiate/amateur golfers in the world. Her energy and passion for the game is infectious, as is her famous sense of humor, and I think that combined with her perspective on balancing academics, athletics and outside life will be extremely beneficial for our student-athletes.”

Joh comes to USC following a one-year stint as the assistant coach at Cal State San Marcos, where the school won its third straight California Collegiate Athletic Association title. Joh helped redshirt sophomore Breann Horn earn WGCA Division II All-American first team honors and CCAA Player of the Year honors while Cougar golfers also earned CCAA Freshman and Newcomer of the Year accolades.

Justin Bubser | Women's Assistant Coach | Arizona
Since joining the program as assistant coach in September of 2018, Justin Bubser has helped Arizona Women’s Golf continue solidifying its place among the nation’s best programs with hallmark runs to the NCAA Championships.

The 2021-22 season saw Bubser help oversee a Wildcat team that qualified for NCAA Regionals for a 29th consecutive season despite losing the All-American sister tandem of Yu-Sang and Vivian Hou to the professional ranks in December. The youthful roster came within strokes of advancing from the NCAA Albuquerque Regional to reach the NCAA Championships for what would have been a fourth consecutive season. Freshman Carolina Melgrati earned WGCA Honorable Mention All-American and Pac-12 All-Conference Team selections in a banner collegiate debut season that also included participation in the prestigious Augusta National Women’s Amateur (ANWA).

Bubser helped guide the Wildcats to the semifinals of match play of the 2021 NCAA Championships for a second consecutive season as assistant coach. Yu-Sang Hou earned a spot on the All-Pac-12 Team with Therese Warner received honorable mention.

Erynne Lee | Women's Assistant Coach | Princeton
Erynne Lee, an All-American golfer during her collegiate days and who has gone on to a career on the professional tours, joined the Princeton women’s golf program as its assistant coach on Feb. 1, 2022.

“We are thrilled to welcome Erynne to our team,” Princeton head coach Erika DeSanty said upon Lee’s hiring. “Her experience competing successfully at the highest levels will continue to push and elevate our program. Beyond her competitive excellence, Erynne brings a passion for teaching and positive energy, qualities we hope for in every team member!”

Lee has competed in 26 LPGA events during her professional career. At the 2018 Bank of Hope Founders Cup at the Wildfire Golf Club in Phoenix, Ariz., Lee tied for seventh, marking her top finish to date on the LPGA circuit. On the Symetra Tour, Lee has competed in 73 events, turning in 10 top-10 finishes, including wins at the FireKeepers Casino Hotel Championship and the Donald Ross Centennial, both in 2017, and the 2016 IOA Championship.

Maddi Swaney | Women's Assistant Coach | Oklahoma State
Maddi Swaney, the 2016 WGCA Assistant Coach of the Year, is in her second season as the assistant coach of the Cowgirl golf program.

Swaney spent eight season as the assistant coach at Kent State, including the last six under Greg Robertson, where she was a part of three NCAA Championship appearances, eight NCAA Regional bids, 30 tournament victories and 27 individual medalists.

In all, she has recruited and coached five All-Americans, eight conference golfers of the year, four freshmen of the year, 26 first team all-conference honorees and 25 conference all-tournament team members. She has also coached 11 different players to 29 individual titles in her career.

“I couldn’t me more thrilled to have Maddi at Oklahoma State,” Robertson said. “She’s one of the best coaches in the country and one of the hardest working individuals I know. I’m looking forward to winning championships with her here in Stillwater.”

COURSE | The Wigwam Resort

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general Information

College Coaches | 12

Brooke Riley (Stanford) – Women’s Assistant Coach

Ryan Potter (Wake Forest) – Women’s Associate Head Coach

Carrie Forsyth (UCLA) – Women’s Head Coach

Amy Bond (Florida St.) – Women’s Head Coach

Ria Scott (Virginia) – Women’s Head Coach

Gerrod Chadwell (Texas A&M) – Women’s Head Coach

Beth Wu (Florida) – Women’s Assistant Coach

Tiffany Joh  (USC) – Women’s Assistant Coach

Justin Bubser (Arizona) Women’s Assistant Coach

Erynne Lee (Princeton) Women’s Assistant Coach

Maddi Swaney (Oklahoma State) Women’s Assistant Coach

Field Size | 72

In order to maximize engagement opportunities with coaches we limit the field at each camp.

Course | The Wigwam Resort

For more information on The Wigwam Resort click here.

General Information

College Coaches | 12

Brooke Riley (Stanford) – Women’s Assistant Coach

Ryan Potter (Wake Forest) – Women’s Associate Head Coach

Carrie Forsyth (UCLA) – Women’s Head Coach

Amy Bond (Florida St.) – Women’s Head Coach

Ria Scott (Virginia) – Women’s Head Coach

Gerrod Chadwell (Texas A&M) – Women’s Head Coach

Beth Wu (Florida) – Women’s Assistant Coach

Tiffany Joh  (USC) – Women’s Assistant Coach

Justin Bubser (Arizona) Women’s Assistant Coach

Erynne Lee (Princeton) Women’s Assistant Coach

Maddi Swaney (Oklahoma State) Women’s Assistant Coach

Field Size | 72

In order to maximize engagement opportunities with coaches we limit the field at each camp.

Course | The Wigwam Resort
For more information on The Wigwam Resort click here.
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Schedule of Events

DECEMBER  17-18, 2022

Day 1

7:30am – 8:30am Coach Introductions / College Golf Seminar
8:45am – 10:45am Skill Stations and Challenges (Putting, Short Game, Range)
11:00am – 12:30pm Lunch with Coaches / Warmup
11:00am – Simulated College Golf Practice Round with On-Course Coach Engagement (Tee Times)
12:30pm Simulated College Golf Practice Round with Coaches (Shotgun - Gold Course)
6:00pm – 7:30pm Dinner with Coaches / Recruiting Education Seminar / Open Q&A

Day 2

8:00am – 9:00am Skill Stations and Challenges (Putting, Short Game, Range)
9:15am – 10:45am College Golf Seminar & Open Q&A
10:45am – 12:00pm Lunch with Coaches / Warmup
12:00pm Simulated College Golf Tournament Round (Shotgun - Gold Course)
Camp concludes after the round

*Schedule is subject to change

Registration

 

Top100 Girls Showcase Camp

Phoenix, AZ

December 17-18, 2022

The Wigwam Resort

$1,495

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About College Golf Experience

College Golf Experience is committed to creating unique and transformational opportunities for junior golfers to connect with college coaches and learn about the college golf recruiting process. Our camps are open to any and all entrants limited only by number of participants, gender, and age.

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Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 6:00am – 6:00pm PST

Saturday – Sunday: 8:00am – 5:00pm PST