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The online golf instructional service has created a $1500 girls golf scholarship that will be awarded to a female high school senior that intends to play golf in college.

The Get Girls Golfing Scholarship will be granted annually to one female high school senior that plays competitive high school golf and intends to play golf in college at a 2 or 4 year college or university. The girls golf scholarship will be awarded based on a combination of golf accomplishments, personal achievement, and overall need.

Maria Palozola, a Co-Founder of MyGolfInstructor.com, and one of the Top LPGA Golf Instructors in the World, explained the reason for launching the scholarship, "As a woman who has spent a lifetime in this wonderful game, I have first hand experienced the rewards that golf can bring to girls at every level. From junior golf, to high school golf, to collegiate golf, and beyond the achievements and connections that can be made on the links are far reaching...These are the reasons why we have created the Get Girls Golfing Scholarship".

Applications are now open for the Get Girls Golfing Scholarship and will run up until May 15th, 2015, with the winner selected by June 19th, 2015. All applications must be submitted online at http://www.mygolfinstructor.com/scholarship/.

 
 
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Since 1989, almost 90% of the college golf scholarships nationwide have gone to readers of the PING Guide including young PGA and LPGA Tour players Tiger Woods, Justin Leonard, Charles Howell, Heath Slocum, Ben Crane, Hunter Mahan, Ben Curtis, Zach Johnson, Bubba Watson, Arron Oberholser, Kevin Stadler, Bill Haas, Nick Watney, Ryan Moore, J. B. Holmes, Stacy Prammanasudh, Lorena Ochoa, Natalie Gulbis and Stacy Lewis. Other PING Guide readers turned professional instead of playing college include Paula Creamer, Morgan Pressel and Michele Wie.

The PING Guide contains vital help for junior golfers who want to continue their golf career at the collegiate level. It includes information on every scholarship and non-scholarship golf program in the U.S. (more than 1,200 colleges and community colleges), and it answers the questions facing college-bound students on many subjects.

 

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