Girl's Golf

Junior Girls Golf Scholarship Program

In partnership with JC Golf, with funding provided by the Australia Golf Foundation (AGF), we are proud to offer a scholarship program to six teenage girls to pursue their golf passion.

Scholarships are currently open to girls aged 9-16 years, who are passionate about golf or committed to learning the sport.

Participants will receive 24 coaching sessions across the year, a one-year junior club membership with an aim to participate in club competitions and working towards obtaining a handicap.

A total of 6 scholarships will be available.

Hurry applications must close 7 December!


For further information please contact Jamie Clutterham on 0416 200 541 or email [email protected]

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Introduce your daughter to golf

Golf is a vibrant sport full of promise, far from any cliches you may've heard about it in the past.

Girls aren’t just the future of women’s golf, they’re the future of golf. Need more proof? Just look at Lexi Thompson at the U.S. Women’s Open.

"I want to see Lexi!" is a common cry from little girls walking around in Puma gear. When Michelle Wie leaves the putting green, she’s followed by a stampede of young girls pushing flags and golf balls in front of her to be autographed.

Girls under the age of 18 is the fastest-growing segment of the golf population. Everyday, young girls across the country are getting in on the action. And your daughter can join them.

The Girls Learn to Golf program

  • Help girls discover their full potential for having success
  • Let's them live a confident healthy and active lifestyle
  • Provides social opportunities and meet lifelong friend

She will learn everything they need to get out onto green, from skills in putting and driving, to course rules, etiquette, and all that's involved in playing the game. Plus, she will be able to play on the course with new friends completely FREE.

It's not just the short-term benefits on display.

The long-term benefit of girls in golf goes well into adulthood. According to a survey by MassMutual Financial Group of 401 Executive Women:

  • 86% felt sports helped them to become more disciplined;
  • 81% felt sports helped them function better as team players in the workplace;
  • 69% felt sports helped them develop leadership skills;
  • 68% believed their past in sports helped them learn to deal with failure; and
  • 59% thought sports gave them a competitive edge over others in the business world.
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