The Support Youth Golf License Plate program was first made available to Illinois drivers in 2008. The plates allow for golf enthusiasts to display their love for the game while supporting a great cause. Proceeds from the sale and renewal of the plates will benefit the Illinois PGA Foundation’s Junior Golf Fund which specifically supports Maryville Golf Academy, Illinois Junior Golf Association and the GolfWorks Illinois program.
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The Support Youth Golf plate benefits the Illinois PGA Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization. The Foundation is the charitable arm of the Illinois Section PGA, one of the forty-one geographical regions that comprise the PGA of America. The Foundation promotes positive youth development through golf and does so by supporting PGA member volunteer activities with community youth organizations.
The Illinois PGA Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 organization that serves as the charitable arm of the Illinois Section PGA, one of the forty-one geographical regions that compromise the Professional Golfers' Association of America (PGA of America). Granting scholarships to deserving men and women is one way the Foundation continues its charitable commitment. Scholarships are awarded annually, with annual renewals for eligible students through their college education.
Each Scholarship seeks to encourage and promote the attainment of higher educational goals for high school men and women who have been involved in extracurricular activities, achieved academic excellence in the classroom and have demonstrated leadership in the community.
Application Deadline: Scholarship applications for the 2022-2023 academic year are due Monday, June 6. CLICK HERE for more information about the scholarships and to apply.
ALICE MEYER BROWN SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to graduating Illinois high school women who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in the classroom, in the community and on the golf course, The Illinois PGA Foundation's Alice Meyer Brown Scholarship fund was established in 1995 through a grant from the Meyer Family Foundation. Named in memory of Alice Meyer Brown, an accomplished amateur golfer and local club champion, the scholarship seeks to encourage and promote the attainment of higher education for graduating high school women who have continued to demonstrate academic excellence in the classroom, while accomplishing outstanding achievements in golf.
DON PIEPER SCHOLARSHIP
The Illinois PGA Foundation Don Pieper Scholarship Award encourages and promotes the attainment of higher education goals for the children, grandchildren, child-in-laws, nieces or nephews of Illinois PGA members who have demonstrated a high level of academic achievement. Additionally, any individual who resides within the geographic boundaries of the Illinois PGA Section and is currently enrolled in a Professional Golf Management Program (PGM) at one of the PGA accredited colleges or universities offering such a program, shall be eligible for a Foundation Scholarship Award.
LOUIS M. BROWN SCHOLARSHIP
The Louis M. Brown Scholarship Fund seeks to encourage and promote the attainment of higher educational goals for high school men who have excelled in the game of golf, achieved academic excellence in the classroom and have demonstrated leadership in the community. The Louis M. Brown Scholarship was created in 2009 with a gift from the Meyer Family Foundation. Named after the family's late patriarch, the Louis M. Brown Scholarship strives to perpetuate this goal and provide the means for outstanding student golfers to continue on the path to achieving their academic goals.
OSCAR MILES ENDOWMENT FUND
Through the generosity of an anonymous donor, a $1M gift was pledged to the Illinois PGA Foundation in 2004 to create two endowed funds in honor of Merit Club's PGA Director of Golf, Don Pieper, and Merit Club's renowned Golf Course Superintendent Oscar Miles. Awards from the Oscar Miles Endowment Fund are provided to the following areas of interest: turfgrass research, continuing education for MAGCS and TETA members, children & grandchildren of MAGCS members pursuing a college education and non-profit organizations that utilize golf to promote youth development.