Golf Ontario Scholarships

Golf Ontario Announces 2017 Scholarship Recipients

UXBRIDGE —Golf Ontario has been providing financial assistance to deserving student golfers throughout Ontario who are continuing their education at the post-secondary level since 1994. Through the support of Golf Ontario’s corporate partners and sponsors, such as Investors Group, the association has been able to award scholarships and awards to deserving students.

In 2016, Golf Ontario marked a special milestone as the association surpassed $500,000 in scholarship funds awarded since the program’s inception. One year later, Golf Ontario is proud to announce that $533,000 has now been awarded. In 2017, Golf Ontario has selected another 10 deserving student golfers who will receive funding to help with their post secondary studies.

2017 Golf Ontario Scholarship Recipients

Name Scholarship Club Affiliation School Program of Study
James Parsons Helena Harbridge Scholarship Mississippi Golf Club University of Guelph – Humber Kinesiology/Fitness & Health Promotion
Tyler Nagano Craig Revell Scholarship York Downs GC University of Western Ontario Medical Sciences
Kristen Wong Ken MacKenzie Award Summit GC Gardner Webb University Biology
Claire Konning Christine Fisher Memorial Student Award Cambridge GC University of Waterloo Mathematics
Christian Ethier Golf Ontario Scholarship Golf Ontario Public Member Mars Hill university Business Administration
Nicholas McLean Golf Ontario Scholarship St. Catharines G&CC Adelphi University Biology
MatthewPuzhitsky Golf Ontario Scholarship Bayview G&CC University of Toronto Biochemistry
NatashaStasiuk Golf Ontario Scholarship Hidden Lake GC Ottawa University – Arizona Early Childhood Education
RyanStolys Golf Ontario Scholarship Summit GC Simon Fraser University Engineering Science
Michael von Schalburg Golf Ontario Scholarship York Downs GC Queens University Bachelor of science/Major in Environmental science

To be eligible for one of the Golf Ontario awards or scholarships, recipients have maintained at least a 75% academic average, are enrolled in a post-secondary institution, are members of Golf Ontario and are actively involved in the game of golf.

Golf Ontario congratulates the 2017 recipients and wishes them the best in their post-secondary studies.