Youth on Course | Members

Affordable access to play

With more opportunities to play comes more opportunities for young people to learn the lessons that are taught in a way only a golf course can provide.


Put simply, we help eliminate one of golf's biggest barriers for young people, cost. Belonging to the YOC community gives members access to play more than 1,400 golf courses across North America for $5 or less, along with benefits and opportunities that support their journey with the game.

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Whether it's early morning, after school or twilight hours, our golf course partners offer up blocks of tee times throughout the week for YOC members to play for $5 or less. We subsidize the cost of our members' rounds to keep the price tag affordable, sending more families through our partner courses' doors.



Our work is possible thanks to our partnerships with Allied Golf Associations and a growing network of golf courses who support our mission. We subsidize rounds through donations from individuals and organizations who like us, believe that every young person deserves access to play golf regardless of cost or circumstance.

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News & Updates

It's the final day of the #LunarNewYear, a vibrant holiday that celebrates values we can all channel. 2021 is the year of the Ox, an animal known to symbolize hard work and honesty - two character traits that can be observed and developed in golf.

Wishing everyone peace, health and safety in this new year of the ox!

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To round out our pioneer features for #BlackHistoryMonth, we’re highlighting two “firsts” in the winner’s circle.

Pete Brown became the first African-American to win on the @pgatour in 1964 at the Waco Turner Open. Fast-forward to 2018 and PGA Tour player (and Youth on Course alumnus 😊) Cameron Champ became the first African-American player to earn a spot on the PGA Tour by winning the @kornferrytour Utah Championship. @cameron__champ @cameronchampfdn

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Charlie Sifford has been described as the “Jackie Robinson” of golf, and became the first African American man to compete on the PGA Tour in 1961. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2014 for helping to lead the way for other players of color to enter the professional ranks, including Tiger Woods who says Charlie helped paved the way for his career.


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Huge thanks to @lantogriffin for his support of Youth on Course in @vsga1904 👏 He’s pledging $100/birdie and $500/eagle he makes in each of this year’s 4 major championships and @theplayerschamp ⛳️

@pgatour @themasters @usopengolf

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