KWGA Scholarship & Other Available Awards
The Kansas Women’s Golf Association annually awards a scholarship to a deserving young Kansas woman through the KWGA Scholarship program. (See a list of past recipients by scrolling to the bottom of this page.)
Applicants must be a member, Junior or Associate Member of KWGA.
Applications are reviewed by a KWGA Scholarship committee.
The recipient of the scholarship will be invited to attend and be recognized at the KWGA Amateur Championship Tournament or the KWGA Jr. Championship Tournament.
To download a printable application form for Scholarship Award, click here.
Applicant must be a high school senior in good standing in a Kansas high school, or a graduate of a Kansas high school and currently attending an accredited college.
Applicant must enroll as a full-time student (12 hours per semester).
Applicant must be a member, Junior Associate, or Associate Member of KWGA.
Applicant must submit the following information to the KWGA Scholarship chair by March 15th of the year she is applying.
Completed KWGA Scholarship Application
Proof of application to an accredited college
Official High School transcript.
Three Letters of recommendation from: a teacher or administrator from the applicant’s high school alma mater; a person who knows the applicant as a result of the involvement with KWGA; and a person unrelated to the applicant.
An essay, a one page essay describing why the applicant merits the KWGA Scholarship, how the applicant has benefited from golf or other sports program and explain the applicant’s goals.
Current photo. Picture will not be used for evaluation of candidate. Picture will not be returned and will only be used for publishing in newletter and/or website if selected as the winner.
Criteria for awarding scholarship:
High School transcript
Letters of Recommendation
KWGA Regular, Associate or Junior membership
Honors and awards
Past Recipients: (Report)
2009 - Hannah Martin
2008 - Callie Kemmer
2007 - Adin Stromgren
2006 - Alyssa Rainbolt
2005 - Margaret “Maggie” Welch
2004 - Ashley Brown
2002 - Whitney Stromgren
2001 - Jacque Underwood
2000 - Tamara Munsch
1999 - Becky Hamlin
1998 - Jacqueline Weber
1997 - Traci Benniga
1996 - Karen Rice
Any Junior golfer qualifying for the USGA Junior Championship is eligible to receive reimbursable expenses up to $500.
See your local KWGA Women’s Club President or contact:
6120 E Murdock, Wichita, KS 67208