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

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

  • 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 2016-2017 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 $415,000 in scholarships to deserving individuals.


2016 Scholarship Winners

2016 Scholarship Recepients!

$3500 Meijer Scholarship 

Andi Chalout was this year's $3500 Meijer Scholarship winner from Rochester Hills, Michigan. Andi has been the captain of the golf team for 2 years, named as 1st team all-state and academic all state in golf. In addition of her acheivements in golf, she is also active in the National Honor Society, German Honor Society, and piano while maintaining a 4.36 grade point average along with a 33 ACT score. She has future plans to study Neuroscience and Molecular Biology at Pomona College in Claremont, California.  

$2500 Callaway Golf Scholarship

Ryan Parker was this year's $2500 Callaway Golf Scholarship winner from Troy, Michigan. He is the captain of the golf team and is active in the student government, National Honor Society and bowling while acting as an assistant golf coach and maintaining a GPA of 3.985. He plans to attend Michigan State University while majoring in engineering. 

$2500 Robert Dykema Senior Scholarship

Megan Schauer was this year's $2500 Robert Dykema Senior Scholarship winner from Lasalle, Ontario. She had a stellar high school career filled with volunteering hours helping out at the special Olympics, Junior Golf clinics and Hockey refereeing. She maintains a 4.0 GPA and is planning to attend Tennessee Wesleyan University to study exercise science with a specialization in Occupational Therapy with the goal of working with special needs children. 

$1500 Cobra/Puma Scholarship

Megan Reimal was this year's $1500 Cobra/Puma Scholarship winner from Goodrich, Michigan. Community volunteer projects such as Toys for Tots, Blood Drive, North End Soup Kitchen and Rachels Challenge were prevelant thoughout her high school career. She maintains a 3.885 GPA while being extremely active with travel volleyball, soccer and golf. Megan plans to study Supply Chain Management at Michigan State University. 

$1500 Game Of your Life Foundation Scholarship 

Katherine Williams was this year's $1500 Game Of your Life Foundation Scholarship winner from Grosse Ile, Michigan. She maitnains a 3.98 GPA in high school while serving as National Honor Society President and active in theatre band, golf and soccer. She will be studying at University of Michigan and plans to work in the field of advertising and public relations. 

$1500 Foundation Golf Center Scholarship 

Allegra Cunningham was this year's $1500 Foundation Golf Center Scholarship winner from Birmingham, Michigan. She is very invovled in the high school music programs, the co-captain of the golf team for the last few years and participates in community service mainly working with kids while maintaining a GPA of 3.94. She plans to study International Business and French language at the University of Dayton.

$1000 Richard G. Watkins Scholarship

Shayna Schneider was this year's $1000 Richard G. Watkins Scholarship winner from Frankenmuth, Michigan. Shyana is a 3 time all-state golf selection, 2 year golf team captain and has won several art awards while maintaining a GPA of 3.98 and an ACT score of 31. She plans on attending Ferris State University to study pharmacy.

$1000 OGIO Scholarship

Noah Weigle was this year's $1000 OGIO Scholarship winner from Grandville, Michigan. Noah maintained a 4.157 GPA along with a ACT score of 31 while being active in marching, jazz, and symphonic bands. In addition, he was on several international and domestic mission trips, the winner of the Hobey Baker charater award and numerous all-state, all-conference and all area teams. He will be studying at Hope College in the Fall majoring in Pre-Dental Studies and playing college golf.