Welcome to Throw 1 Deep Club
Throw 1 Deep is a federal non-profit club that helps student-athletes earn college scholarships to help with their education. The club teaches each student-athlete focused based training while developing specific discipline both on and off the field. Throw 1 Deep is a United States of America Track and Field (USATF) club based in Georgia coached by Head Coach Mike Judge.
Instill within each student-athlete how to win with PRIDE, lose with GRACE, and train/compete with INTENSITY!
Throw 1 Deep was started in 1999 by founder and current Head Coach Mike Judge in Marietta, Georgia. During the club's tenure, Throw 1 Deep has produced multiple high school All-Americans, numerous high school National champions and runner-ups, Georgia state champions and runner-ups. Most importantly, the club has successfully gotten millions of dollors awarded in college scholarships. Continued...
The next mini camp will be Saturday September 2017! Click HERE for additional information.
As of 2007, Throw 1 deep became an official federal non profit organization. Your donations will be tax deductible. We use your donations to help purchase equipment, repair the throwing facilities, and help those athletes financially unable to attend out of town meets. If you would like to donate to the club, please click HERE so you can learn more on how to donate to Throw 1 Deep.
Here you can find a few helpful links
USATF Official Website - The official Website of United States Track and Field
USATF Georgia Official Website - The official website of the Georgia Association of United States Track and Field
NCAA Clearinghouse/Eligibility Center- The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) website where high school juniors and seniors register to make sure he or she is eligible to compete as a student-athlete at a Divison I or II college or university.
Milesplit Georgia - Here you will find upcoming events, results, pictures, and news related to Georgia High School Track & Field and Cross County.
High School Hammer - Bringing you news, results, and rankings from the American high school hammer throwing scene