Program Scholarships

Fourteen Clubs Scholarship Program

Fourteen Clubs is the official arm of junior golf for The Bahamas Golf Federation. The Fourteen Clubs Scholarship program is an opportunity for youth who cannot afford to play the game to equally take part in all the the program has to offer. This scholarship opportunity has multiple tiers which include program fees, private lessons, tournaments, matches, and other related learning opportunities. These scholarships are proudly offered by our partners.

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College Golf Scholarship Assistance 

The Bahamas Golf Federation and Fourteen Clubs Golf Academy introduces to you it’s “Guide to A Golf Scholarship” program. 

We currently utilize two platforms to assist out golfers. The first is The Student Athlete Resources and Support Programme (STARS). Any student athlete interested in applying for STARS, must meet the following criteria:
● Be in the 8th -12th grade
● Be a member of their high or junior high school’s sports team as an athlete,
manager, film coordinator or statistician
● Have a desire to play a sport in college or continue their team participation in college as a manager, film coordinator, or statistician and
● Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 or 70%
To find out more about this scholarship, visit the link to this website:
https://scholarshipsbahamas.com/scholarship/stars/

The second platform is Next College Student Athlete (NCSA). Through them, we showcase the athletes through swing videos and academic profiles. We contact Universities of our students' choices in hopes to receive scholarships. All prospective college athletes are required to sit either the ACT or SAT examinations. 

Are you interested? Here’s the link to sign up for Fourteen Clubs Golf Academy “Guide to a Golf Scholarship Programme”. Sign up Now!
https://form.jotform.com/212868748542064
*Please note that highlight videos are to be used in MP4 extension in order to be valid. If you are having trouble, directly send videos to 242-466-3643 stating your full name.

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