NHGA Junior Tour Scholarship
Since 2016, the NHGA has been able to award a scholarship to an alumnus of the Junior Tour that is attending college. The Scholarship is made possible through the generosity of the Thorpe Family Foundation. Steve Thorpe has been a proud supporter of the NHGA Junior Tour in the past through his company, Adaptive Communications. Candidates for the scholarship should demonstrate talent in the classroom and ethics on the golf course.
2017 Scholarship Applications
Applicants have the option of either completing the application electronically and e-mailing, or downloading and printing the application
to submit as a hard copy. The NHGA strongly urges you to submit your documentation electronically if at all possible. In either case, the following steps are required:
- Complete the application in full. This includes supplying your e-mail address.
- With the completed application form, provide the following items:
- An official copy of your high school transcript.
- A letter of reccomendation from school teacher, coach, instructor, etc.
- A copy of your acceptance letter to the school, college or university you will be/are attending.
- A copy of your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. This must be the 5-page report from FAFSA, not a copy of the application that you submit.
- A record of entry in Adaptive Communications Junior Tour Events (contact the NHGA for help with accessing tournament history)
- A 500-1000 word essay on how playing golf has impacted your life off the golf course.
Please save the application as 'NHGAScholarshipFirstNameLastName.docx' when submitting.
E-mail the document to email@example.com
as an attached file. Please also submit all other documents electronically via e-mail.
2017 APPLICATION DEADLINE: AUGUST 1ST
NHGA Junior Scholarship Recipients
2016 Adaptive Communications Scholarship Recipient
||Dawson Campbell (Newport CC)
Dawson Campbell (Newport CC, Newport, NH) - Full Story
Pictured (L to R): Steve Thorpe, Adaptive Communications; Dawson Campbell; Greg Howell, NHGA Tournament Director