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Golf Camps for College Athletes


College Prospect Camps  

World Class Head Coaches

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Golf Masters is owned by College Properties Group (CPG), a national event management and brand development company.  CPG is rooted deep in sport.  Our management team has over fifty years of collective experience holding senior level positions at Nike, Inc. Across all sports, CPG works with World Class coaches representing many of the nation’s finest academic institutions. Our coaches represent Princeton, Dartmouth, UPenn, Cornell, Columbia, Williams, Bowdoin, Amherst, Tufts, Haverford, Swarthmore, Wesleyan, Washington & Lee, Virginia, Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins, Stanford and others.  


We understand the recruiting landscape and provide the student athlete with extreme value through our Instructional Prospect and Micro D1 Camps.  CPG owns and operates over forty camps across the nation covering lacrosse, soccer, golf, and hockey.


CPG also represents professional lacrosse player and Princeton grad, Tom Schreiber; considered by many to be the best lacrosse player in the world in both the field and indoor game. CPG has created Tom’s TS26 brand, website and unique Elite 10 camp series. Tom is a member of the 2018 Gold Medal winning Team USA, a member of the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League and also a member of the newly created Premier Lacrosse League. View his website here. 


CPG created and operates the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) Game of the Week.  This game is held each year and draws attendance in excess of 3,000.  The Game of the Week helps generate funds for the college coaches association. The IMLCA provides valuable products and services to its coach members.


Dr. Henry “Skip” Flanagan, a long-standing headmaster, dean and coach with advanced degrees from Harvard and Michigan is available in person and on line to advise and council parents and athletes regarding the college placement and recruiting process. View his biography here.

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