As unusual as 2020 has been, the future of college golf continues. We’re reminded of that as the next wave of college golfers begin signing their National Letters of Intent today.
As junior golfers around the country put their commitments onto paper, Golfweek will record all the signings here as they come in.
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Jonathan Shuskey, Fort Benning, Georgia
Signing day! The next chapter starts today. Thanks to @mbricegolf1 (@CBU_Golf) for believing in the old guy and giving me this opportunity. We’re excited to get to Memphis and @FromCBU next fall and get to work! #BUCNation #BeElite #TCB pic.twitter.com/vSY2iqrg7l
— Jonathan Shuskey (@j_shuskey1) November 11, 2020
Jack Boltja, Thomasville, Georgia
Ian Glanton, Metter, Georgia
Hogan Ingram, Rome, Georgia
Tyler Groomes, Dublin, Ohio
Jacob Tarkany, Scottsdale, Arizona
Gordon Sargent, Birmingham, Alabama
Grayson Warren, Washington, North Carolina
Savannah Hylton, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Louise Rydqvist, Jonkoping, Sweden
Megan Propeck, Leawood, Kansas
Amanda Sambach, Davidson, North Carolina
Ginne Lee, Lausanne, Switzerland