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2020 – Fifth Year Summary

Baker, MT (Lakeview CC) – Course Youth Program – $500 grant
Returned funds, not able to use.

Bozeman, MT (Sacajawea Middle School) – Golf in Schools – $1,000 grant
“Funds will be used to upgrade clubs, purchase putters and indoor putting aids and equipment, as well as soft foam balls for indoor use. It will reach 170 students. Due to the closure of schools, I was unable to teach the golf unit last spring. I will be teaching it this spring and am excited to include the resources and equipment I have planned from the grant.”

Broadus, MT (Rolling Hills GC) – Youth Golf Equipment – $1,000 grant
“The youth were able to connect with friends, learn the basics of golf, get outdoors and get a bit of exercise during the pandemic. We believe this year was very important for the youth and families to be able to connect in an outdoor setting.”

Columbus, MT (Stillwater GC) – Summer Camp Equipment – $500 grant
“With great coaches at each station and local high school golfers assisting our team the camp was a huge success. Many parents thanked us for having the camp amid the Covid pandemic and raved about the positive interactions their child had.”

Dillon, MT (Beaverhead GC) – Youth Golf Equipment – $500 grant
“Dillon’s “Hook a Kid on Golf” is one of the most successful programs in the state. We appreciate the MSGA and the support for our youth golf program!”

Lewistown, MT (Pine Meadows GC) – Course Youth Program – $750 grant
“The US Kids Golf Player Pathway program that was well received by the 31 youths that attended.”

Livingston, MT (Pine Creek School) – Golf in Schools – $3,000 grant
“We estimate 12 students!”

Pablo, MT (Silver Fox GC) – Course Youth Program – $4,000 grant
“We plan to use the funds for the youth clinic beginning of June 2021. Thank you again for your support, and we look forward to putting on a fantastic youth clinic! “

Scobey, MT (Scobey GC) – Golf Equipment – $500 grant
“Scobey’s local bank donated golf balls for all of the kids involved.”