GOLF SCHOLARSHIPS

When you think of golf, you think of legends such as Tiger Woods, Luke Donald, Paul Casey or Phil Mickleson.  Around 65% of the professionals currently on the USPGA Tour used to play college golf.

Many college golfers have gone on to have successful careers on the LPGA Tour, including: Annika Sorenstam, Grace Park and Stacy Lewis.

Did you know college golf is thought to be the best route to a pro career? Why? A number of factors including: intense competition, practicing and playing week in and week out against some of the best amateur golfers in the world and the opportunity to play on world class golf courses such as TPC Sawgrass, Pebble Beach, Augusta National and many more.

If you’re looking for a route to develop your golfing abilities and academics, golf scholarships are ideal for achieving your goals. Golf Scholarships are awarded by universities and colleges to very talented golfers, which allows the athlete to participate in collegiate, intercollegiate matches and national championships.

Men's Golf Scholarships

Not all colleges that are eligible to offer scholarships will choose to do so. For example, Ivy League universities do not to offer athletic scholarships.  Golf is an equivalency sport which means all scholarships are not full scholarships. For example, in NCAA D1, men’s golf coaches can divide the value of the 4.5 scholarships available to them between as many players as they see fit.

NCAA Division I: Colleges/Universities: 317, 4.5 scholarships for men per team average roster size: 8

NCAA Division II: Colleges/Universities: 239, 3.6 scholarships for men per team, average roster size: 8

NCAA Division III: Colleges/Universities: 277, they do not award sports scholarships only academic ones, average roster size: 8

NAIA: Colleges/Universities: 175, 5.0 scholarships for men per team, average roster size: 8

NJCAA: Colleges: 241, 8.0 scholarships for men per team, average roster size: 8

Women's Golf Scholarships

Not all colleges that are eligible to offer scholarships will choose to do so. For example, Ivy League universities do not to offer athletic scholarships.  Golf is an equivalency sport which means all scholarships are not full scholarships. For example, in NCAA D1,golf coaches can divide the value of the 6.0 scholarships available to them between as many players as they see fit.

NCAA Division I: Colleges/Universities: 317, 6.0 scholarships for women per team average roster size: 8

NCAA Division II: Colleges/Universities: 239, 5.4 scholarships for women per team, average roster size: 9

NCAA Division III: Colleges/Universities: 277, they do not award sports scholarships only academic ones, average roster size: 8

NAIA: Colleges/Universities: 175, 5.0 scholarships for women per team, average roster size: 8

NJCAA: Colleges: 241, 8.0 scholarships for women per team, average roster size: 9

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