Majors-Economics and Finance (a lot of the courses crossed over so as a double major it isn't that hard)
Minor- Business Management (again a lot of courses crossed over)
Oh, I just remembered something VERY important.
Do not go to college thinking the coach is a golf instructor and will be giving you lessons every day. 99% of coaches are glorified bus drivers that pick the team and drive them to tournaments. You will have the facilities and time to practice, but unless you search for your own instruction, you will be left to your own devices to get better. I arrived in the US playing quite well but steadily went downhill as I moved from freshman to senior. My coach was a great guy, my American father, but had no idea how to help you with your swing when things got tough and there were no decent instructors in the area. I spent most of my days searching for my game on the range with only the odd helpful tip from one of my colleagues. I was fortunate there were only 4 golfers better than me on the team so I went to most tournaments.
I have spoken to hundreds of European golfers over the years that went to the US on a golf scholarship only to find themselves in the same situation. And I'm talking D1 schools here too and people I know currently at college. I am not complaining, just giving you a heads up. Bear this in mind when you choose a college.
While this is true for the most part it's not entirely the case as my coach in college was the head pro at a local course. There was a couple other schools that head pro's from the area as their coaches. I do agree with don't go there expecting the coach to be a pro but it's more of something to keep in mind not something to determine what school.