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The National Junior Golf Club




Anne Marie Goslak was recognized as one of the Top 50 LPGA Instructors, from more than 1,700 certified members, worldwide.

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First Hand Experience...
As a child, Anne Marie won numerous local, state and national junior golf titles, including the National Junior Invitational. She qualified for match play in the US Pub Links Championships as well as the USGA Junior Championships.

Anne Marie went thru the college recruitment process, before securing a golf scholarship to Wake Forest University. She can relate to your child because she has experienced life as a junior golfer. She can help you understand what your child needs to take it to the highest level.

Customized Programs...
Anne Marie refuses to offer "cookie cutter" junior golf programs, where every kid gets the same information. Each program is customized for your child, after careful consideration of their needs. Whether your child wants to play social golf, win an NCAA championship, or play on the tour, Anne Marie will create a plan that includes:

  • Private or group lessons
  • Advice on what tournaments to play
  • Practice schedule
  • Three to five year plan based on player's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
  • Goal setting and strategic planning for golf and life.
  • Guidance on the college recruitment process including letter writing, phone calls, how to interview with a coach, how to negotiate, and final decision making.
  • Pre and Post tournament phone/text support

Proven Results...
Over 40 of "Anne Marie's kids" have received golf scholarships. Former students have played on the mini tour, gone to the PGA and LPGA Qualifying Schools, or become nationally recognized teaching professionals.

Success is a Process...
Anne Marie can help your child have the best chance of being successful. Your child still needs to do the work, but achieving a dream is a lot easier when someone maps out a plan and leads the way!

Contact Anne Marie today for more information and pricing for services.

Email: amgoslak@aol.com or Call: (336)345-4633

Read Anne Marie's Article on College Scholarships: FINAL College Effort

Anne Marie is proud to partner with Classic Junior Golf of America...
Classic Junior Golf offers a unique competitive experience for children ages 4th-12th grade.

They play at top notch golf tournaments in the Carolinas and plan to expand in 2015. If you want your child to play collegiate golf, the competitive experience starts NOW!

For more information please Click Here.

Peggy Kirk Bell Girls' Golf Tour...
Founded in 2007, the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls' Golf Tour is an initiative of the Triad Youth Golf Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation aimed at increasing learning and playing opportunities for youth golfers. Based out of Greensboro, North Carolina, the PKBGT offers low cost, nationally ranked girls' golf tournaments designed to prepare junior girls' golfers for high school and collegiate golf. The PKBGT is the nation's largest "girls' only" junior tour with over 400 members in 2013, more than 200 alumni in the collegiate ranks, and 52 National Letter of Intent signees for the class of 2014.

Events are open to girls 12 to 18 years of age who have not yet entered college. The Tour has unique yardage based divisions, not age based divisions. This unique division system allows girls to progress and develop at different speeds without discouragement or frustration. The Tour has year-long Order of Merit standings which recognize top players on the Tour. The majority of events are played on college golf courses, which expose participants to various universities, their facilities, and their coaches. Multi-day events include "PKB Experiences" which include activities, speakers or college outreach to expose players to the various opportunities in golf.

Click here for the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour Schedule.

Parents and Junior Golfers PLEASE Read!!
Let's assume that by now, you have decided that you want me to coach your child. What can you expect from me? What do I expect from you and your child?

I, Anne Marie Goslak,

  • Promise to always be honest with you and your child about how good they can be. I will not sugar coat the truth. I will not lie to build up your child's self esteem. It is my job to assess talent, share my vision with the client and motivate them to achieve their highest potential.
  • Promise to take your dream seriously, whether it is to improve just enough to beat your dad or get on the PGA or LPGA Tour. I value ALL levels of achievement.
  • Promise to consistently work to improve my teaching by reading the latest research based articles, attending seminars and studying outside of the golf realm. (physics, anatomy, kinesiology, psychology)
  • Promise to be a support system for both the player and their family. Being a golf parent is not easy. I can help you and your child navigate the challenging waters of junior golf because I've lived it and coached it for more than 40 years.

I expect from YOU, the student to...

  • Do your best to communicate with me. If you have a question or concern, let me know. If you disagree with me, don't just "Yes Ma'am" me and then do what you want to do. Let's talk it out and find a solution together.
  • Do your practice drills exactly as I asked you to. Adding additional info from the Golf Channel, your parents or your golf buddy destroys the plan and progress I have in mind.
  • If you want to be an elite golfer, I will expect you to do a Golf Journal, Affirmations, Visualizations, and Mental Exercises. A good swing is not enough. I offer a total package of teaching. Skipping the other aspects of the game will set you up to fail.

I expect from the PARENTS...

  • In order for your child to have the best chance to achieve their golf goals, I need YOUR help. Be open to the suggestions I make. Take the time to learn the "Do's and Don't" of being a good Golf Parent. I've worked with hundreds of kids over decades of teaching. Let me help you to avoid the most common pit falls.
  • Resist the urge to coach your child on the side. That puts everyone in a "Lose-Lose" situation. Your child wants to please you so they try and listen to you. Meanwhile, what you are saying is often 100% opposite of what I want them to do. A child divided is not a pretty sight. Let me teach you how to be a second set of eyes. Stick to only the things that I ask you to.
  • Please, please, please, do not send your child to another clinic or instructor, even if it's free. Whether it is me, or another instructor, stick with ONE voice for your child.

Scheduling

Every year, somewhere between November and January, I sit down and go over my notes. I then rank each child, based on a number of factors: Work ethic, attitude, potential, national or state ranking and what grade they are in. Based on their total score, I invite junior golfers to schedule, in advance, for the following year. I do this because teachable time is limited, due to day light and frost, from Jan-March and again from Oct-Dec. I tend to book up quickly.

The higher the ranking, the better chance the child has of getting the exact lesson time they want. You do not go higher in the ranking, based on how many lessons you take or how much I like working with you. It's purely a mathematical selection.

Booking in advance is NOT required. You do NOT need to pay for those lessons in advance. I know there will be changes to the schedule.

Supervised Practice

Supervised Practice is a "By Invitation Only" group. We meet on Thursdays from 4:15pm-5:45pm during the dark months and 4:30pm-6pm after the time changes. Cost is $40 per student. Class ratio 7:1 max. We work on putting, chipping, sand, practice strategies, course management and mental toughness. We also spend time on things a child will need to play college golf such as:

  • How to interview with a college coach?
  • What to say to the media after you win a tournament?
  • Goal setting, time management and practice plans.

Every child in this group has the potential to play college golf. For more information or to apply to join the Thursday Supervised Practice, contact Anne Marie at 336-345-4633 or amgoslak@aol.com

2017 News

5 Year Old Dawson

Dawson and Me.
Matt V

2017 News

Matt V

Matt V and Me.
Matt V

2017 News

Qualified

Thomas Meyer qualified for the next stage of the Big I Championship.
Thomas at Big I

2017 News

Ready

Morgan K, focused, dedicated, and ready to win.
Morgan K

2017 News

Champion

Caitlyn at the CAASC State Tournament 1st place !!!
Caitlyn at CAASC

2017 News

Professional Golfer

I had the pleasure of working with professional golfer, Ryan Sullivan, when he was a little boy. He went on to play college golf at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. He has qualified for a number of US Opens and won the Puerto Rico Open. Best of luck to this talented young man!
Ryan Sullivan

2017 News

Student Chris Carr beat me by 1 stroke!

Chris Carr

2017 News

Student Evan Crook plays for Palm Beach Atlantic.

Evan Crook Signing

2017 News

Student Jake Solomon shaved 12 strokes off his game in one year!

Jake 12 Strokes

2017 News

Student Cameron Witherspoon wins again!

Cameron Wins Again

2017 News

Students Rob Salisbury and Matt Valaoras.

Rob And Matt

2017 News

Fun in the rain with Gunn!

Gunn Rain

2017 News

It's never too cold for a lesson with Sam Nester!

Sam Nester

April, 2016

Evan Crook signing his NCAA National Letter of Intent to receive a golf scholarship to Palm Beach Atlantic in FL.

Evan Crook Signing

April, 2016

Anne Marie with student, Evan Crook, at the signing ceremony. Evan is Anne Marie's 46th student to receive a golf scholarship. Evan is playing for Palm Beach Atlantic in FL

Evan and me

April, 2016

Chris Carr holding the Yadkin cup.

Chris Carr

April, 2016

Blake and me.

Davie HS

July 27, 2014

Blake and me.

Blake and me

July 27, 2014

Kellan Bodenheimer has a record breaking 2 Hole in Ones in less than 10 days, one in an AJGA event.

Kellan hole in 1

July 27, 2014

Evan Crook, a rising star.

Blake and me

April 13, 2014

Christopher Carr

Chris Carr

April 13, 2014

Cameron Witherspoon

Cameron
Cameron2

November 13, 2013

Welcome to the Deacon family!

Tanner Owen signs to play golf at Wake Forest University!
Tanner )

November 3, 2013

Champion!

Annika W1
Annika Winebarger won her NC State Championship!
Annika W2

July 11, 2013

Champion!

Zac Lynch won the Forsyth Junior Championship!
Zac L

May 29, 2013

Personal Best

Clark H shattered his personal best and shaved 11 strokes off his original score!
Clark H

May 15, 2013

State Champions

Mason and Jonathon holding team's championship trophy.
Mason and Jonathon

May 15, 2013

State Champions

State Champions for A1 Bishop McGuiness High School!
Bishop McGuiness

May 14, 2013

Anne Marie with Ben Schlottman.
Anne Marie and Ben Schlottman

May 14, 2013

State Championship

Congratulations to Forsyth Country Day School for winning their State Championship as a team!
Forsyth Country Day
Ben and Eric were named "All State".
"Way to go, Jonathon D, who finished 4th in his state championship! Aaron P had an amazing comeback, firing one under on the final day to finish strong!"
"Tanner O won his state championship, fighting thru the final holes to take the trophy!"
"Bug P fired her career low in the her conference championship!"

April 23, 2013

National Junior Golf Tour

Congrats to Jonathon Davis for winning the National Junior Golf Tour event played at Bermuda Run.
Jonathon Davis
Jonathon fired a 71 to win the tournament.
I was most proud of his mental game and how he used the tools he had to stay in a peak state of performance. Way to go, Jonathon!

April 1, 2013

Palmetto High School Championship

Congrats to Ben Schlottman and team for winning the Palmetto High School Championship.
Ben Schlottman
Ben won the Individual title, while Aaron P finished 6th, Eric M 11th, Tyler H 37th and Zac L 64th out of more than 100 talented golfers.

March 3, 2013

Tarheel Golf Foundation Tournament

Congratulations to Aaron Purviance for winning the Tarheel Golf Foundation Tournament at Grandover Resort.
Aaron Purviance
Aaron shot 73-73 in some pretty cold temps to bring home the trophy. This is Aaron's first win of 2013, but I guarantee it will not be his last!

February 26, 2013

Auburn Scholarship

Ben Schlottman has accepted a scholarship to Auburn.
Ben Schlottman

December 19, 2012

Purdue University Coaches Championship

Anne Marie would like to congratulate Philip Kelley for finishing 3rd at the Coaches Championship and Academy hosted by Purdue University in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Philip Kelley
Philip shot 76, 78, 73. Well done!!!

August 20th, 2012

What a score

Congratulations to Ben Schlottman for shooting a 59 at Oak Valley!
Score Card
"You shot WHAT? 59???" It was one of those dinner time phone calls. Although I was eating, I saw it was one of my kids calling. Ben Schlottman, age 16, called to let me know he shot 59 at Oak Valley. I knew he had shot 29, a career low, earlier in the day. He apparently kept the great round going on the back nine too! Congratulations to Ben for shooting what many would consider a round of a life time. As for me, I think it's the first of several rounds in the 50's. Way to go, Ben!"

July 15th, 2012

Forsyth Junior Tournament - Champion

Anne Marie would like to congratulate Justin Lang for his dramatic win at the Forsyth Junior Championships.
Justin Lang
Justin shot a terrific 67-74-72, to win by one. He showed nerves of steel when he made a putt on #18 to win by one. "I can't tell you how proud I am of Justin and all the kids who played so well in the Forsyth. Justin has worked so hard on his short game and mental game. He is a very talented young man." said Anne Marie.

July 15th, 2012

Forsyth Junior Tournament

Kellan Bodenheimer played like a Boss, finishing second in the Forsyth Junior with three solid rounds of 76-76-74.
Kellan Bodenheimer

September 19th, 2012

NC Junior Golf Foundation tournament champion!

Congratulations to Eric Mitchell, who won the NC Junior Golf Foundation tournament.
Score Card
Eric won in dramatic fashion, going Par-Birdie to defeat two other players. Way to dig, Eric!

August 20th, 2012

Keep an eye on her

Annika Winebarger - one of the state's "girls to watch" in high school golf!
Score Card
Annika Winebarger is a rising junior at Elkin High School. She has quickly become one of the state's "girls to watch" in high school golf. This month, Annika shot even par at Cedar Brook Country Club! Keep an eye on this talented young lady.

July 23rd, 2012

Carolinas Junior Tournament

Anne Marie would like to congratulate Philip Kelley for qualifying for the Carolinas Junior Championship. Philip showed maturity and exceptional course management.
Philip Kelley
Carolina Junior Qualifying: Last hole-Philip Kelley KNOWS he needs par to advance to the Championship. Water on the left. Bunker short of the green. He has been through enough Course Management to know he should take a conservative line off the tee and then lay up. But Philip hit a great drive. He is more than tempted to go for the green in two. It's only 210 yards.He stops and thinks about it. The boy in him says, "You can hit it to the green and birdie the hole!" But the man in him follows the game plan.He lays up, sticks a wedge, takes an easy par and avoids any big numbers. Philip Kelley WON the mental battle, and qualified for the event. I could not be more proud! Way to go, Philip!!!

July 15th, 2012

Forsyth Junior Tournament - Champion

Congratulations to Cassie Paulin who won the girls division of the Forsyth Junior with scores of 96-96-87.
Cassie Paulin

July 7th, 2012

2012 AAU High School State Champion

Please join me in congratulating Kendall Dunn, the 2012 AAU High School State Champion!
Kendall Dunn
Kendall shot 70 to take the title and advance to the national competition in July in Tennessee. We will be cheering for you and hoping you bring home the hardware! Kendall Dunn is starting his freshman year at UNC Pembrook. We wish him all the best!

April 20th, 2012

College Signings

Congratulations to Lindsey Ball who signed for a golf scholarship to Mars Hill College.
Lindsey Bell signs for Mars Hill
Also signing this spring was Vandalia Christian School Senior, Kendal Dunn, who signed for UNCG Pembrook.
Lindsey and Kendal join the more than 30 golfers I have worked with who have received golf scholarships. Several children are currently in the process of being recruited to Duke, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Stanford, NC State and UNC Greensboro.