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    Youth on Course Hosts 3rd Annual ‘100 Hole Hike’ to Expand Affordable Golf Access Throughout the U.S.

    Youth on Course Hosts 3rd Annual ‘100 Hole Hike’ to Expand Affordable Golf Access Throughout the U.S.

    On Sept. 10, supporters from Georgia, Missouri, Minnesota, California, Pennsylvania, Utah and Washington, D.C. completed more than five rounds of golf in one day, securing donations for every completed hole.

    Youth on Course — the non-profit providing young people with subsidized golf rounds, college scholarships, caddie programs and paid internships – has organized challengers from six states and the District of Columbia to participate in its “100 Hole Hike” to raise funds for its nationwide program.

    Contributions in 2018 doubled from last year’s total, eclipsing $200,000 two weeks before the event.

    “With each dollar raised, Youth on Course continues to help remove the cost barrier for young people to play golf,” says Youth on Course Executive Director Adam Heieck. “The outpouring of support means providing further access to opportunities for junior players.”

    Born in Northern California, Youth on Course helps fund rounds of golf for members to increase affordability and accessibility to the game. The organization has grown its presence to 26 states and reaches more than 40,000 kids ages 6-17 who can play at partner facilities for just $5.

    Fundraising for the 2017 Hundred Hole Hike resulted in Youth on Course securing $91,506 to support its goal of providing affordable golf for all members. To support the “hikers” and Youth on Course, backers can pledge any amount per hole to any participant.

    In addition to subsidized rounds, the organization also facilitates college scholarships, paid internships and a caddie program. Since the inception of the scholarship program in 2008, Youth on Course has awarded 222 students with scholarships totaling more than $1.4 million in financial support. The current Youth on Course scholarship retention rate is ninety-eight percent, with 53 students already graduated.

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