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Today, the sport of golf has grown its fan base with famous PGA athletes like Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Bubba Watson. With its rise in popularity also came a rise in scholarships for golfers. Today, the NCAA, as well as several other golf associations and organizations, offer college scholarships to golfers. There are even special awards just for women golfers and minority golfers. So, whether you use the sport of golf to relax and enjoy the greens, or as a way to show off your skills, there are plenty of scholarship opportunities waiting for you. Don’t let your college funds hit the “sand trap.” Apply to these golf scholarships and add some real “green” to your education savings.
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