The point of this piece is twofold. First, The Hub wants to help you understand that the college golf landscape is pretty big (nearly 2,300 programs in total, Men and Women) and that there really is a home for every aspiring competitive junior golfer out there…if you look hard enough. Secondly, don’t sleep on junior college golf opportunities. A two-year stint at a junior college can provide the time you need to mature and develop into a more seasoned golfer, student, and person. Abraham Ancer is just one of many talented juniors who attended a junior college and used that experience to springboard into a highly successful competitive career in golf.