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Youth on Course

Make an impact with your donation or participation in a fundraising event.

Ways to Support

Supporting Youth on Course has never been easier. Choose from many different options to donate including by credit card, cash, check, stock or wire transfer, crypto-currency, estate gifts or in-kind gifts. Or choose to participate in a Youth on Course fundraising event.

Your contribution ensures young people have access to life-changing opportunities through golf.

100 Hole Hike The Hay

100 Hole Hike

The Youth on Course 100 Hole Hike is an annual fundraising initiative that invites golfers of all skill levels from around the world to play 100 holes of golf in one day. Funds raised from the initiative go towards subsidizing rounds of golf for young people, making the sport more affordable and inclusive. The 100 Hole Hike season runs from mid August to mid November.

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Online Auction

During the annual three-day Youth on Course Online Auction, Youth on Course supporters have the opportunity to bid on once-in-a-lifetime experiences, bucket-list golf destinations, luxury travel packages and VIP experiences that can’t be found anywhere else
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Vintage Cup

The Youth on Course Vintage Cup is an annual golf tournament held in the spring and played as a 4-Person Best Ball.

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Club Cup

The Youth on Course Club Cup is an invite-only golf tournament held annually in the fall. The tournament is played as a 4-Person Best Ball and consists of a limited field from some of the country’s most well-known golf and country clubs. 

Gail Rogers
Why I Give

Gail Rogers, NCGA Past President,
Youth on Course Scholarship Donor and Long-Time Supporter

“Where else can you donate $5 and have a positive impact on a youth’s life for 4 to 5 hours on any given day? They are getting exercise, learning to interact with other players of all age groups and skill sets, reinforcing the value of personal integrity AND having fun. I cannot think of a better place to invest than in the future leaders of society.”