The Women's Western Golf Foundation holds a Determination Letter from the Internal Revenue Service recognizing it as a tax-exempt charitable trust; consequently contributions to the Foundation are deductible for federal income tax purposes.
The Foundation is an outgrowth of the Women's Western Golf Association. Its primary sources of income have been contributions by Association members, proceeds from golf clubs and groups participating in the annual Foundation Scholarship Day event, proceeds from the WWGA Tournaments, and individual donations from friends and benefactors.
When can I apply?
The application is available starting November 1. All applications and supporting documents should be completed and submitted by March 15.
When will I know if I was awarded?
The Women's Western Golf Foundation Committee will notify all applicants by April 1.
What are the eligibility requirements?
To be eligible to apply for a Women's Western Scholarship, applicants must be a woman high school senior and meet the following requirements:
A) Active participant in the sport of golf (golf ability is not a criterion for selection)
B) Have a 3.5 GPA or above on a 4.0 scale
C) Be outstanding in character, integrity and leadership
D) Require financial assistance to attend a four year college
What is the value of the scholarship?
The Women's Western Scholarships is valued at $10,000 and will be payable over four years of undergraduate studies.