British Columbia Golf Player Development Trust Fund
The British Columbia Golf Player Development Trust Fund provides junior and graduating junior golfers access to the sport of golf and the opportunity to develop their skills to their full potential, regardless of financial circumstances. Visit the PDTF page
BC Women’s Fund
The BC Women’s Fund provides financial assistance to female players who demonstrate a commitment to develop and improve their golfing or volunteer skills. BC Women’s Fund Application Form
Golf Canada Foundation
The Golf Canada Foundation supports Canadian student golfers and the development of Canadian university and college golf programs. Click here for more information
Pat Fletcher Scholarship Foundation
The objective of the Pat Fletcher Scholarship Foundation is to provide educational scholarships at the post secondary level to Canadians who show ability as golfers. Pat Fletcher Scholarship Foundation website
Gail Moore Memorial Golf Award
The Gail Moore Memorial Golf Award was established in 1994 to assist young BC women golfers with their post secondary education. Applicants must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant and reside in BC for at least one year; be currently completing Grade 12 or attending a college or university; and have successful experience in competitive golf at the national, provincial or regional level prior to the time of application. Preference will be given to applicants with an index of 7 or under who have participated in extracurricular or community activities and are academically eligible to compete for their post secondary institution golf team and be enrolled in full-time study. Preference will also be given to students with a minimum of 2.5 (C+) grade point average. In the interest of supporting developing athletes, preference will be given to applicants under the age of 23. For more information contact James Moore
BC Athlete Assistance Program
The BC Athlete Assistance Program (BC AAP) is an athlete-centered program of financial assistance funded by the Province of British Columbia and administered by 2010 Legacies Now. The program seeks to recognize high performance athletes who are participating in programs offered through a provincial sport organization or post secondary institution and competing in recognized national or international competitions to relieve some of the pressures associated with training and competition needs.
Each year the Provincial Government allocates a certain amount of BC AAP funding to each Provincial Sport Organization (PSO). Along with the funding are guidelines regarding minimum funding criteria that the PSO must follow when allocating funds to the athletes. In addition to these guidelines, the PSO is responsible for forming a Selection Committee that establishes criteria to further select athletes for the program. Once the athletes are selected, the funds are distributed. The BC AAP program seeks to "relieve some of the pressures associated with training and competition needs when participating in national and international sport."