The Iowa City Golf Association Scholarship Program was established in 2008 for high school student athletes who have a passion for golf. The purpose of this scholarship is to assist Johnson County students to further their education.

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The Iowa City Golf Association Scholarship Program was established in 2008 for high school student athletes
who have a passion for golf. The purpose of this scholarship is to assist Johnson County students to further their
education.
The Iowa City Golf Association (ICGA) administers and maintains the ICGA Scholarship Program. Each recipient receives a one time non-renewable $1500 scholarship.  The ICGA will make the payment directly to the recipient’s educational institution.
The ICGA Scholarship Selection Committee accepts applications and determines the recipients based on specific
criteria, including scholars extra-curricular activities in school and community, at least a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale,
acceptance at an accredited higher education institution, and the love of the game of golf.
Terms of scholarship.
 Scholars must have been a member of their high school golf team.
 Scholars must submit their most recent high school transcript from their graduating school.
 Scholars must submit with their application a self-statement, in narrative form, summarizing
participation in extra-curricular activities in school and community. Describe your plans for
college, career expectations, and your future participation in golf.
 Letters of recommendation from two (2) adults who are familiar with your personal qualities,
including your activities in the community and your love for golf.
 Study or training must be undertaken at an accredited higher education institution.
 Each scholar is responsible for applying directly to an institution, gaining admission. College
acceptance letter must also be included with the application.
 Scholars may receive additional funding from other sources during the scholarship period, but
the ICGA will not duplicate funds provided by these sources.
 Depending on Iowa tax laws, the scholarships may be partially or fully taxable. It is the scholar’s
responsibility to investigate tax regulations for scholarship funding.

All activities and most recent high school transcript must accompany your application.
Applications are due no later than April 1st 2016.

Questions may be forwarded to brad@iowacitygolf.com