All Youth on Course members have access to college scholarships. Northern California members have access to additional opportunities, like the caddie program and paid high school internships. The goal is to extend these opportunities to additional regions in the near future.
Youth ages 14-18 in Northern California can gain meaningful work experience at local golf courses and clubs, make some money, and build a resume. Internships are a great way to learn more about the golf industry, make important contacts and to grow as an individual.Learn More About Internships
Youth ages 14-18 are eligible to participate in the caddie program. If selected, you will attend an orientation. Caddies make their own schedule using an app that allows you to pair up with golfers who need caddies.Learn More About Caddying
Youth on Course provides access to higher education by awarding graduating high school seniors college scholarships. YOC awards $250,000 in college scholarships annually. Scholarships are based on need and merit.
The Youth on Course Leadership Council (YOCLC) is a group of highly motivated Youth on Course (YOC) members who work together to increase YOC's impact across the country. It also provides a channel for YOC members to have a voice in matters that affect them.Learn More About YOCLC