Golf is often thought of as a white-dominated sport, with many minority players not breaking into the field due to a lack of access rather than a lack of skill.
The opportunity to build connections and network through golf can lead to many opportunities down the road, including athletic opportunities as well as career advancements.
Creating accessibility to the game of golf for underrepresented players can open doors both on and off the course.
This scholarship seeks to support student-athletes who excel in golf, community involvement, and extracurricular participation.
Any BIPOC high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student who plays collegiate golf (or plays golf), has a minimum 3.0 GPA, and is a well-rounded student may apply for this scholarship.
To apply, write a detailed answer to each of the essay questions below.