To be eligible for an NGSA Scholarship Award a student must have been a member of the Top50jrTour, however students are not required to play in any golf events. Students may earn scholarship points by participating in rules of golf exams, essays, community service, and other NGSA sponsored activities. Scholarships are evaluated and awarded based upon a student's graduating GPA, improved GPA, class rank, SAT/ACT scores, community service and participation in other Top50jrTour activities such as essays and rules of golf exams.

Each student’s scholarship award is secured by the National Golf Scholarship Association (NGSA) for the sole purpose of higher education. Students may claim scholarship awards after graduating high school and upon enrolling in a college, university, or other accredited vocational institution. (To redeem your scholarship award the following redemption process is required to maintain amateur status and meet the eligibility requirements of the USGA, NCAA, and MHSAA.)

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