2021 Grant Recipients

Two separate Player Development Grant Programs are available to support Pacific Northwest Section professionals. Our goals are to provide as many grants as possible, with a maximum of $1,000 per grant. We will focus on enhancing your programs rather than fully funding them.

At the end of the grant we’ll have two requirements. First, provide documentation in the form of receipts on the use of the funds and second, write a short one-page “Best Practice” on your program that we can share with other professionals on our website (feel free to take a look at the best practices to get some ideas). We’re also working on a Best Practices Wiki where you will be able to easily search best practices by program type and more!

Best Practices – Past Recipients

Best Practices Wiki

sponsor-yamaha

2021 Yamaha Adult Player Development Grants – Closed

The Pacific Northwest Section is proud to join with our friends at Yamaha to present the YAMAHA PLAYER DEVELOPMENT GRANT PROGRAM. This initiative, launched in 2015, reflects both our commitments to growing the game of golf in the great Northwest.

This opportunity is open to all Pacific Northwest Section Members and Associates in good standing who seek funding to help support their own Player Development programs. This program is focused on ADULT programming. Our approach will be specifically broad and we encourage you to think outside the box. Our goals are to provide as many grants as possible, with a maximum of $1,000 per grant. Do you need funding to buy rental sets for your beginner classes, do you need funding for a meet and greet reception to introduce Get Golf Ready, do you want to offer scholarships to potential students to pay half of their registration fees, do you need part of the cost of a booth at the Home Show? The list could be endless. The Committee will consider all requests and your applications will help us expand our vision on what programs should be considered.

  • Word document application
  • PDF form application

junior golf fund logo

2021 Youth Player Development Grants – Closed

The Pacific Northwest PGA Junior Golf Fund is also proud to bring to you the 2021 YOUTH PLAYER DEVELOPMENT GRANT PROGRAM. This initiative reflects the commitment of the Junior Fund Board to growing Junior Golf in the great Northwest. Donations to the 1% Club have contributed greatly to this program. Our goals are to provide as many grants as possible, with a maximum of $1,000 per grant.

This opportunity is open to all Pacific Northwest Section Members and Associates in good standing who seek funding to help support their own Player Development programs. This program is focused on JUNIOR programming. Do you need funding to buy Junior sets for your beginner classes, do you need funding for your personal Golf in Schools program, do you want to offer scholarships to potential students to pay ½ their registration fees, do you need funding for Snag equipment? The list could be endless. The Committee will consider all requests and your applications will help us expand our vision on what programs should be considered.

  • Word document application
  • PDF form application

Applications for both programs are due no later than March 15, 2021. Please email to ahinzpeter@pgahq.com

2021 Player Development Grant Recipients Announced

  • Jeff Bender
  • Cory Brooks
  • Derek Campbell
  • Jim Coliflower
  • Karina Davila
  • Tad Davis
  • Mike Eslick
  • David Fern
  • Dan Harrington
  • Chas Holmes
  • Noah Horstman
  • Chris Johnson
  • Evan Johnson
  • Travis Kane
  • Nate Kitt
  • Philip Kohnken
  • Casey McCoy
  • Colin McMahon
  • Matt Montecucco
  • Tom Mueller
  • Birk Nelson
  • Christine Newton
  • Austin Nutt
  • Aaron Oakley
  • David Owens M
  • Ed Paine
  • Michael Parker
  • Cody Pitz
  • Sheena Prante
  • Mike Raschko
  • Tim Ressa
  • Bill Roberts
  • Justin Roberts
  • Lyndsie Sebby
  • Derek Siesser
  • Blake Smith A
  • Rick Spurgeon
  • Eric Stevens
  • Craig Welty
  • Jess Winglett
  • Ryan Young