Top 50 Scholarship Awards
Top 50 Junior Tour has given a scholarship to the following great golfers and students.
2019: Tom Bellomo, Drew Coble, Andrew Klem and Mia Korns
2018: Noah Endicott, Samantha Kieser, Katie Mina Lee
2017: Jessica Niemic, Wyatt Spier, Lucia Cammi, Kayla Gerhardt, Connor Painter, , Charles Eakins, Connor VanSteenburg 2016: Nicholas Raggio, Lauren Danielson
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors.
Scholarship Awards Information
It is our goal and primary objective to provide scholarship awards to as many deserving students as possible. The number of scholarship awards and the amount of each scholarship award is subject to change without notice and is dependent upon the generosity of our sponsors.
The NGSA Scholarship Point System is separate from the Top 50 Junior Tour player of the year point system. The National Golf Scholarship Association assigns a point value to your accomplishments while participating in the Top 50 Junior Tour. Scholarship Points may be accumulated in the following way:
- Tournament Participation
- Rules of Golf Exams
- Community Service
As for Community Service students can also volunteer at some Top 50 Junior Tour tournaments.
This 2020 golf season we are offering 10 scholarships ranging from $100 to $500 for (Max $3000) to eligible students.
Application deadline is July 31st 2020 at midnight.
IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
It is the goal of the NGSA and the Top 50 Junior Tour to provide scholarship awards to deserving students that play on our tour. As of March 25, 2003 the National Golf Scholarship Association has met the eligibility guidelines of the USGA and NCAA and received approval for the method of scholarship disbursements.
It is our fullest intention to preserve the eligibility of a student participating in the Top 50 Junior Tour. If you are uncertain about eligibility requirements and would like additional information you are encouraged to find out more information before playing in the Top 50 Junior Tour.
Scholarships awards are distributed directly to the Educational Institution that the student is attending. Scholarship awards must be redeemed 24 months after the student graduates from high school. Unclaimed scholarship awards are used for future student awards.
If you would like to speak to the National Golf Scholarship Association and receive additional information you may call 248-321-9900 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.