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New Jersey State Golf Association Caddie Scholarship

The New Jersey State Golf Association (NJSGA) Caddie Scholarship is available to qualified applicants who have caddied at a member NJSGA club for at least two seasons. Full-time attendance as an undergraduate at an accredited institution that is a member of the Association of American Colleges and Universities is required. Children of private golf club members are not eligible for scholarships.


Selection criteria include:
- Scholastic achievement
- Length and quality of service as a caddie
- College Board SAT scores
- Financial need
- Qualities of character and leadership
- Golf club’s support of the program

Application forms are available at member golf clubs, New Jersey high schools and on our website. Scholarships are renewable for up to four years of undergraduate college education.

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