The Bobby Goodman Scholarship is given annually to a high school senior or college entrant in the freshman or sophomore classes of undergraduate studies. This grant is named after Bobby Goodman, a man well known to the PGA record books. He is recognized for his numerous contributions to the game of golf at all levels. The Bobby Goodman Scholarship Fund was created in 1988, the year Goodman died, by the South Florida PGA Senior Committee in tribute to this valued fellow PGA member.
Eligibility: High school seniors or college entrants enrolled in the freshman or sophomore classes of undergraduate studies who’s parents or grandparents are employed in or retired from the golf industry (PGA professionals, superintendents, sales representatives, club managers etc.). Applicants must be permanent residents of the state of Florida. Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (based on a 4.0 system). Application must include a letter of recommendation from a PGA professional. Students may be awarded the Scholarship grant only one time.
Application must contain a letter from the student’s counselor or principal stating their belief in his/her ability to fit into the college community and make satisfactory progress at the college level.
The deadline for submitting applications is June 15th, annually.
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