Colleges/Universities we will visit:
Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, USC, Santa Clara University, University of San Francisco, San Jose State University, Claremont McKenna College, Pomona College, Occidental College.
Includes all local transportation (excluding flight to/from your point of origin), breakfast, lunch and dinner each day, all accommodations, all Tournament Fees and Seminars. Junior Camps are to be paid online individually by the participant.
Cost: US$ 6,000
Dates: 23 June – 4 July, 2019
Duration: 12 days / 11 nights
Maximum Enrollment: 15 participants
|June 23||Orientation: meet tour consultants and group|
|June 24||San Francisco Junior Golf Camp
|June 25||San Jose State University & University of San Francisco|
|June 26||NorCal Junior Golf Camp|
|June 27||Claremont McKenna College & Pomona College|
|June 28||University of Southern California & Occidental College
SAT/ACT Prep Session
|June 29||SoCal Junior Golf Camp|
|June 30||Tournament Practice Round|
|July 1||FCG International Junior Golf Championship – Day 1|
|July 2||FCG International Junior Golf Championship – Day 2|
|July 3||FCG International Junior Golf Championship – Day 3 San Diego State University & University of San Diego|
|July 4||Departures from LAX|
Many thanks to the DreamBig Events team! Appreciate you taking care of the children and giving them a summer to remember!
One of the key highlights of the tour was visiting all the campuses and meeting college coaches. It is a very unique opportunity because coaches from top academic colleges don’t come to Asia regularly, and being in the U.S. in person, allows us to better understand the college environment and college golf, in preparation for when we have to apply.
This summer is the best summer I’ve ever had in my life. I got to meet a lot of college coaches, I bonded with my friends, made some new friends, and got to see different colleges outside Asia. We always jammed music in the car, I helped put my friends make up on, we had fun writing summaries together, we thought of different ideas, and tried to help each other. I noticed learned that college golfers are also really good students, and I now know that I need to study more and practice more to get myself prepared. I’M SO GRATEFUL FOR THE TRIP! THANK YOU!!