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Caitlin Brondolo Charitable Foundation Golf Scholarship

A charitable Foundation has been established to honor the memory of Caitlin Brondolo. Caitlin lost her life tragically at the age of 12, on May 31, 2009. Caitlin had a passion for golf, and always strived for academic excellence. Caitlin started playing competitive golf at age eight and hoped one day to play collegiate golf. The objective of the Caitling Brondolo Foundation Scholarship is to award a scholarship to a female high school senior who has played golf during high school and is pursuing a college education in the United States. This individual would also be playing competitive collegiate golf. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and must have played a minimum of two years on a high school golf team. Criteria includes transcripts, an essay, and three letters of recommendation.


One scholarship in the amount of $2,500 will be awarded. To learn more about Caitlin Brondolo, and to download the scholarship application, please visit the Caitlin Brondolo Charitable Foundation website.

Scholarship winner must agree to appear in publications for the foundation.

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