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Youth on Course online auction to run Nov. 10-14

By |  November 4, 2019 0 Comments
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Youth on Course — the nonprofit organization providing young people with access to opportunities through subsidized golf, college scholarships, paid internships and a caddie program — will host its online auction Nov. 10-14, with all proceeds supporting youth golfers across the country with rounds of golf for $5 or less.

Potential supporters can bid on experiences including a round of golf and dinner at The Institute. Other destinations include Riviera Country Club, Sleepy Hollow Country Club and many more courses. The auction alone offers a one-year private golf club network membership, golf getaway packages and family-friendly events and destinations.

“The generous support from bidders is vital to supporting the Youth on Course core purpose of providing today’s youth with life-changing opportunities through golf,” says Jeff Clark, Youth on Course chief development officer. “With exclusive items and experiences offered, this is a great chance for bidders to gain access for themselves to some cool places, and at the same time, provide access to a new world for our youth members.”

Operating in every U.S. region, Youth on Course has more than 70,000 active members with access to 18 holes of golf for $5 or less at thousands of courses across 34 states and Canada. Since 2006, juniors have completed 950,000 rounds while the organization has helped generate more than $6.2 million in tee-time revenue reimbursed back to individual golf courses.

In addition to subsidized rounds, Youth on Course also facilitates college scholarships, paid internships and a caddie program. Since the inception of the scholarship program in 2008, the program have awarded 241 students with scholarships totaling more than $1.7 million in financial support. The current Youth on Course scholarship retention rate is 98 percent, with 53 students already graduated.

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