2024 Annual Fund

GSGA Foundation | 2024 Annual Fund

The GSGA Foundation’s Annual Fund supports the Yates and Moncrief Scholarship Programs as well as the GSGA's Adaptive Golf Program and Junior Golf Programs. Over sixty young men and women are receiving financial support from the GSGA Foundation’s scholarship programs which have provided over $4 million in aid since inception. Our GSGA Adaptive Golf Program is leading the country in providing opportunities for individuals with physical, cognitive and sensory impairments to learn and enjoy this great game. The GSGA Youth on Course Program is tackling affordable access so junior golfers in Georgia can play golf for only $5 at over forty courses across the state while the GSGA Junior Tour offers affordable competitive experiences for ages 5-18 which allow them to have fun and make new friends while on their way to becoming lifelong golfers.

You can help us support the game you love, by making a gift to the GSGA Foundation!

Click here to download a copy of our 2023 Annual Report to learn more about the continued succcess of our programs.

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Programs You Can Support Through GSGA Foundation’s Annual Fund



Yates Scholarship Program

This scholarship program provides educational scholarship opportunities for employees, or dependents of employees at GSGA Member Clubs. 

Moncrief Scholarship Program

This scholarship program awards students of turfgrass management or agronomy at the University of Georgia, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and students who work and live in Georgia, but attend an accredited school outside of the state.


GSGA Adaptive Golf Program

The GSGA Adaptive Golf Program began in 2015 after it received an anonymous donation to start the program. The purpose of this complimentary all-inclusive community golf program is to help individuals with mobility and cognitive challenges find the best techniques and resources to play and enjoy golf. The program is open to all ages and provides specialized equipment that assists with playing the game. The mission of the program is to empower individuals with physical, cognitive or sensory impairments to enhance one's life through the game of golf. 


Youth on Course Georgia

The GSGA’s Youth on Course Georgia program partners with golf facilities across the state to provide juniors age 6-18 an incredible opportunity to play affordable golf. Youth on Course members can play golf for just $5 per round at over 40 participating courses in Georgia and over 900 around the country, while the GSGA subsidizes the remaining portion of the junior's greens fee to the facility.

GSGA Junior Tour

The GSGA Junior Tour is a statewide program providing young golfers in Georgia an opportunity to participate in competitive junior golf. The program offers junior golf competitions throughout the state for players of all skill levels between the ages of 5-18. The Junior Tour remains steadfast in its desire to provide affordable competitive junior golf opportunities while also creating memorable experiences for juniors and their families.


Please direct questions on the GSGA Foundation Annual Fund to:

Chandler Stanley, Director
cstanley@gsga.org or (678) 324-5962


The Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) is the governing body of golf in Georgia and serves as an Allied Golf Association to the United States Golf Association (USGA). Membership in the GSGA is open to all golfers, facilities and golf clubs throughout the state. Golfers that join the GSGA have access to invaluable resources that allow them to advance their knowledge of the game and numerous opportunities to play in both competitive and fun, casual events. By becoming a member of the GSGA, you will be joining a community that includes more than 350 clubs and 80,000 golfers who all have one thing in common: a passion for the game of golf.