United States Golf Association
The Association’s “For the Good of the Game” grants support organizations that introduce the game to people who would otherwise not have the opportunity to play. Of particular interest are organizations that work with young people (especially minorities, girls, the economically disadvantaged, and others with limited access to the game) and individuals with disabilities. Grants support instructional programs, caddie and other work-based curriculums, and the construction of facilities that make the game both more affordable and accessible. All grant recipients should emphasize the true spirit of the game, integrity, discipline, honor, leadership, and sportsmanship. Funding requests may seek money for course and practice range access; golf instruction; golf equipment, including adaptive golf equipment for people with disabilities; transportation for participants to attend programming; and certain construction costs for alternative, beginner-friendly golf courses and golf facilities in areas where there are obstacles to affordable access. Applications are available on the Web site.
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