This pilot program for 11-18 year olds provides golf opportunities, develops awareness of career options, introduces mentoring and creates educational outings and opportunities. Youth are empowered to create their own options by "earning" points through volunteering, academics, University field trips, leadership and tutoring (the VAULT). Learn more.
Started in 2008, the SCGA Foundation Scholarship Program supports participants continuing their education in college or vocational school. The scholars are nominated by partner organizations and scholars must complete an in-person interview as part of their application. Scholars have attended prestigious universities including Arizona State University, UC Irvine and Columbia University. Learn more.
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These summits are designed to give parents and juniors more information about all of the various ways to continue in golf at the college level. College coaches, former players and trainers provide invaluable information on topics such as how to choose the right school, the recruiting process and how to prepare your college golf game. The summits are traditionally hosted in early February in 2-3 locations throughout Southern California. Learn more.
Click here to access the College Resource Center, which has articles and tips on the college application process as well as financial aid.
Read more about what our participants are saying about the SCGA Foundation and its programs. Learn more.