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Colorado PGA News

It’s Scholarship Application Season! Apply for Colorado PGA REACH and PGA of America College Scholarships Application deadline is Friday, April 3, 2020

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scholarship is a great way to finance your child’s studies and enable them to fully concentrate on getting their degree instead of worrying about money issues. It’s time to submit the PGA application to fund their higher education!

Last year, the Colorado Section changed its criteria for applicants. All children of Colorado PGA Members who qualify, whether they receive PGA of America funding or not, will be eligible to be considered for financial assistance from the Colorado Section.

The Colorado Section and the PGA of America continue their charitable commitment to higher education by providing scholarships to golfers and non-golfers alike. Since 2008, Colorado college students have been the recipients of more than $355,000 in funding to assist them with their higher education aspirations – more than $205,000 from the Section and $156,000 from the PGA of America.

PGA of America Scholarship Program

The two programs work together to award college scholarships to the family members of PGA Professionals. To apply for either grant, all students must submit the application form located on the PGA of America website at http://apps.pga.org/ scholarship. Details of the two programs are as follows:

- Be a child or grandchild of a PGA Class “A” Member in good standing.

Colorado Section PGA Scholarships The Colorado PGA Scholarship Program follows the same eligibility requirements as those of the PGA of America. By completing and submitting the PGA of America scholarship application, graduating high school seniors and college students are also fulfilling the necessary paperwork to apply for a local Colorado PGA Scholarship.

The PGA Financial Assistance Fund Scholarship Program provides up to two college scholarships for children and grandchildren of PGA Members. Eligibility criteria includes: - High school seniors and college students must have an unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.4 or higher.

- Be enrolled as a full-time student or be accepted as an incoming freshman pursuing a full-time course load at a two-year or four-year college or university. Additional information, along with the application, is available at www.pga.org/scholarship-program. Should there be any difficulty in accessing the PGA of America application, please contact the Section Office. The deadline for all scholarship applications is Friday, April 3, 2020.

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The SUMMIT

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The SUMMIT - Colorado PGA Magazine - February 2020