Junior Scholarships



Jack Hardwick Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year Scholarships
Presented by the Sun Country PGA Junior Golf Foundation



$750.00 College Scholarship

Nomination deadline:  July 11, 2014


Nominations are made by Golf Professionals.  Discuss this with your local Golf Professional if you meet the criteria below.

This award is based on these criteria, not on playing ability.

  • Active participation in the Sun Country PGA Jr. Golf Tour for a minimum of three (3) years

  • High School GPA – 3.0 or better

  • Level of activity at home club or course

  • Knowledge of rules / personal behavior / conduct / dress

This award is not given on playing ability, but is based strictly on the above criteria. Certain NCAA criteria may apply.

The Golf Professional will submit a letter of nomination and evidence of the above criteria to the Section office. The Junior Committee will review the nominations and make the final decision. Scholarships will be paid only with evidence of graduation from high school and enrollment in college.

$750.00 College Scholarship will be presented to the successful candidates – one boy and one girl.

Mail letter of nomination and copies of most recent school transcripts/report cards to:

Sun Country PGA Junior Tour
2316 Southern Blvd SE, Suite C
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
 



 

Dwight Teed Scholarship
Presented by the Sun Country Amateur Golf Association
 





The Sun Country Amateur Golf Association would like to invite your junior to apply for the Dwight Teed Scholarship.  The scholarship is currently a $6000 award paid in $1500 yearly payments for four years provided the student maintains a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average throughout his or her collegiate career.  Each year, the association awards at least one and often two scholarships to worthy candidates, based on fund reserves.

Established in 1984 by Mr. and Mrs. Max Webb, the Dwight Teed Scholarship Fund honors Mrs. Webb’s father, Mr. Dwight Teed who served on the original Sun Country Board of Directors.  Each year, proceeds from the SCAGA Four Ball Championship go to enhance the fund’s reserves.  Without the support of our many sponsors, we would not be able to continue this fantastic education program.

In order to be considered for the SCAGA scholarship, an applicant must:


  1. Be recommended, in writing, by at least three individuals, one of whom must be a Sun Country Amateur Golf Association member.
  2. Have completed his or her junior year in high school or at least one year of college and have achieved a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average.  Scholarship awards will be paid only with evidence of graduation from high school and enrollment in college, or college transcript.
  3. Demonstrate outstanding personal character as evidenced by participation in extracurricular or volunteer activities.
  4. Have some connection to golf, i.e., member of Sun Country Junior Tour, a parent who is a member of the SCAGA, employed by a golf course or caddie.  Golfing ability is NOT a criterion for selection.

 

If your student would like to apply for this scholarship program please contact the SCAGA office immediately at (505) 897-0864.  Each year the scholarship application deadline is 3 p.m. on the last Friday of April and the scholarship award winners will be announced May 31st.

 

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