G.O.L.F. - Callaway/Meijer Junior Tour

Game Of your Life Foundation (G.O.L.F.)
Scholarship

  • G.O.L.F. sets aside funds each year to be given to deserving young adults who will be attending a school of higher learning.  Any student who is a high school senior in the 2017-2018 school year is eligible to receive a scholarship application.  Applications may be obtained by downloading an application from our website under the Member Links bar select Scholarship Application
     
  • The criteria used to select the scholarship winners will be based on five different categories. First and foremost, character of the individual, followed by academic record, extra curricular involvement, presentation of application, and need.  The number and amount of scholarships given is determined by the growth of the scholarship fund, which you help support each year through merchandise sales at our events and the ParentChild tournaments.  
     
  • Since 1994 The Game Of your Life Foundation has awarded over $429,000 in scholarships to deserving individuals.

 

2017 Scholarship Winners

2017 Scholarship Recepients!

$3500 Meijer Scholarship 

MEREDITH HARKEMA Outstanding academic success has earned our Meijer Scholarship recipient numerous awards in English, Economics, and Graphic Design and her athletic ability allowed the awarding of the US Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award, with an impressive 4.368 GPA which got her accepted to the University of Michigan and Ohio State University, but she will be attending Spring Arbor University where she will be studying Biology and Pre-Med. (third from the right)

$2500 Callaway Golf Scholarship

KERRIGAN PARKS Captain and MVP of the golf team for four years and involved in several academic honor societies and awards because of an outstanding 3.99 GPA our next recipient has plans of studying health sciences to earn a bachelor degree and then a doctorate of Pharmacy. She will be attending Marshall University in the fall and playing on the college golf team. (second from the left) 

$2500 Robert Dykema Senior Scholarship

TYLER RAYMAN As a three time all state golf selection with a 4.01 GPA our next deserving scholarship recipient has kept busy with not only four years of varsity golf, but three years of varsity basketball and helping grade school athletes as a referee. He is planning on attending Eastern Michigan University to study business and play college golf. (left) 

$1500 Cobra/Puma Scholarship

JAKOB REICHERT After a busy high school career filled with an extreme interest in music, tutoring middle school students, supporting yourh golf development and being an Assistant Manager at Papa Johns Pizza our Cobra/Puma scholarship recipient plans on attending Costal Carolina University to study Professional Golf Management. With a 3.905 GPA. (right)

$1500 Game Of your Life Foundation Scholarship 

MCKENZIE CHAISSON Having volunteered many hours of community service, served as captain of the golf team for the last two seasons and helped tutor elementary school children, our G.O.L.F. scholarship recipient plans on studying Early Childhood Education and Sports Managment at Madonna University. (third from left)

$1500 Foundation Golf Center Scholarship 

MADISON TRAN Very active as a First Tee Volunteer, yearbook editor and involved in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program, our Foundation Golf Center Scholarship recipient maintained a 3.7 GPA in high school. She is planning on entering the Professional Golf Management Program and playing college golf at Ferris State University in the fall. (not pictured)

$1000 Richard G. Watkins Scholarship

JESSICA NIEMIEC Having learned life lessons such as honesty, perseverance, confidence, compasion, friendship and integrity through the game of golf our next scholarship recipient had a stellar high school career highlighted by being named MVP and Athlete of the year, captain of the golf team, many community service projects, all while maintaining a 3.87 GPA. Attending Davenport University in the fall to study marketying and advertising an to play college golf. (second from right)