Scholarships for Women Who Golf

LPGALPGA Scholarships

According to their website: “The LPGA Foundation supports women and young people through programs and initiatives aimed at empowering them through the game of golf. Since its founding, The LPGA Foundation has touched more than 100,000 lives through various scholarship and financial assistance programs, along with its flagship junior golf program, LPGA-USGA Girls Golf.”

If you’d like to help support the LPGA Foundation’s mission and scholarship programs, you can donate here: https://www.girlsgolf.org/donate-foundation

The Dinah Shore Scholarship

http://www.lpgafoundation.org/scholarships/dinahshore or http://www.lpgafoundation.org/ (“Scholarships” Link)

Contact Info: The Dinah Shore Scholarship, The LPGA Foundation, 100 International Golf Drive, Daytona Beach, FL 32124-1082; phone: 386.274.6200; email: [email protected]

Deadline: May 15

Award Amount: $5,000 (1 Awarded)

Eligibility: Female high school student who played golf in high school and is pursuing a college education, but will not be playing collegiate golf. Must be a US citizen or legal resident, planning to attend college full-time, and have a minimum 3.2 GPA. Applicant must have played in a minimum of 50% of a high school golf team’s scheduled events or have played golf “regularly” for the past two years.

Requirements: Online Application, Official High School Transcript, Essay, and 3 Letters of Recommendation

Application Link: http://www.lpgafoundation.org/scholarships/dinahshore

The Marilynn Smith Scholarship

http://www.lpgafoundation.org/scholarships/marilynnsmith or http://www.lpgafoundation.org/ (“Scholarships” Link)

Contact Info: The Marilynn Smith Scholarship, The LPGA Foundation, 100 International Golf Drive, Daytona Beach, FL 32124-1082; phone: 386.274.6200; email: [email protected]

Deadline: May 15

Award Amount: $5,000 (10 Awarded)

Eligibility: Female high school students who have played golf in high school or in organized junior golf programs, and are planning to play competitive golf in college. Must be a US citizen or legal resident, planning to attend college full-time, and have a minimum 3.2 GPA. Applicant must have played in a minimum of 50% of a high school golf team’s scheduled events or have played competitive junior golf “regularly” for the past two years.

Requirements: Online Application, Official High School Transcript, Essay, and 3 Letters of Recommendation

Application Link: http://www.lpgafoundation.org/scholarships/marilynnsmith

USBC Youth Bowling

USBC Youth BowlingUSBC Youth Bowling Presents the Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow Scholarship

According to the United States Bowling Congress, “One of the great benefits of USBC Youth membership is the chance to earn college scholarships so you can pursue your dreams. Did you know more than $6 million in scholarship money is offered each season by bowling associations and councils, certified tournaments and proprietors throughout the United States?”

http://www.bowl.com/Scholarships/ or http://www.bowl.com (“Youth” Tab and “Scholarships” link or use Search Bar to type “Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow Scholarship”)

Contact Info: IBC Youth Department, Attn: Alberta E. Crow Star of Tomorrow, 621 Six Flags Drive, Arlington, TX 76011; email: [email protected]

Deadline: December 1

Award Amount: $6,000

Eligibility: Female; current USBC Youth member in their Senior year of High School or enrolled in college; be a USBC Youth member in good standing; have a 3.0 GPA or higher.

Requirements: Online Application, 2 Letters of Reference, and Official or Unofficial School Transcript.

Application Link: http://usbcongress.http.internapcdn.net/usbcongress/bowl/scholarships/pdfs/Scholarship_Application_AlbertaCrowe.pdf