Scholarships

Congratulations to Leigha Pascha of West High and Logan Highly of West Branch for being selected to receive the 2022 Scholarships from the ICGA. Well deserved.

Logan Highly 2022 Winner

Savannah Sexton 2021 Winner

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 winners for 2022 were Leigha Pacha from West High School and Logan Highly from West Branch High School.

Scholarship Application – Paper Application Spring 2022

Online Application

Applications are now closed.

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 with their application a summary of accomplishments in activities in both school and community. They must also submit a short essay (200-250 words) on what golf has taught them.

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 can be submitted until Friday, April 29. Get yours in today.

Questions may be forwarded to info@iowacitygolf.com


Past Winners

2009 – Bailee Goodfellow and Alex Hansche

2010 – Chelsea Sherlock and Kyle Close

2011 – Madison Goodfellow and Ian Tucker

2012 – Sarah Hellum and Anthoney Lehnertz

2013 – Emily Koepnick and Dominick Muzzin

2014 – Ashley Finnegan and Charlie Jedlicka

2015 – Reed McCarty and Jacob Federici

2016 – Sarah Overton and J D Goodfellow

2017 – Jordan Amelon and Kyle Jenkins

2018 – No Girls winner and Zachary Seaman

2019 – Ellie Vanderschoot and Evan O’Neil

2020 - Ella Johnson and Brandon McCarty

2021 - Savanah Sexton and Keian Seacrist