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Georgia and Kentucky join Youth on Course

Youth on Course has now expanded to the East Coast in partnership with the Georgia State Golf Association and Golf House Kentucky, which houses the Kentucky Golf Association, Kentucky PGA, and Kentucky Golf Foundation.

The additions bring Youth on Course steadily closer to being available to all youth golfers across the country. Youth on Course is ecstatic about the new expansion and what it means for youth golfers.

“There’s an enormous opportunity to grow the game in such important areas and we could not be more thrilled to welcome these associations and a new group of junior golfers into the Youth on Course family,” said Executive Director Adam Heieck. Today, there are nearly 20,000 active members across 14 regions who can play at hundreds of Youth on Course facilities each year – and we expect these numbers to keep growing with each additional state.

“This game teaches so many valuable lessons and opens so many doors, that we want to remove any obstacles to regular play,” said Golf House of Kentucky Executive Director Steve McMilen. Since inception in Northern California, nearly 500,000 rounds have been subsidized and $912,000 in college scholarships have been awarded to deserving members.

In late spring we will get a better glimpse at what courses in Georgia and Kentucky will become available for all Youth on Course members to play for $5 or less! “By making the game affordable we will cultivate and grow the next generation of golfers which will in turn, benefit our member facilities, creating a win-win scenario,” said GSGA Executive Director Matt Vanderpool.

Welcome to Youth on Course, Georgia and Kentucky.