Golf’s newest handicap holders at Yowani Country Club  set to swing

Golf Australia
July 29, 2022

One of the aims of the Australian Golf Foundation Junior Girls Golf Scholarship program is to support girls to obtain their handicaps, so we are thrilled to note that many scholarship recipients are achieving this at Yowani Country Club in Canberra.

Our scholarship program is going from strength to strength,” said Ken Norris, junior manager at the club.

“The girls are having a ball. It has been wonderful to support four girls to get their handicaps and the other girls are keen too.”

One other great outcome this year has been the relationships developed between the girls and their Yowani Women mentors.

“They have been enthusiastic in embracing the program and assisting the girls in attaining handicap cards and playing nine-hole events with them during school holidays,” said Norris.

“We also had two girls both play their first junior pennant matches for the club recently. Both girls acquitted themselves extremely well.

“Our new Yowani PGA Professional, Sam Pasquali, has been a great addition to the program. All the girls have enjoyed the enthusiasm and fun Sam has brought to the coaching sessions.”

For more information and to see a list of funded centres, 2022 visit the Australian Golf Foundation website.

Australian Golf Foundation is thrilled to partner with NEXTGEN Group as the principal partner of the AGF Scholarship Programme in 2022, with significant further support provided by Golf Australia, Golf Victoria, Victorian Golf Foundation, Golf Queensland, Golf South Australia, Golf Tasmania, Golf Western Australia, Western Australian Golf Foundation, Golf Northern Territory, Jack Newton Junior Golf, Golf Management Australia, WPGA Tour of Australasia and PGA of Australia, as well as a number of additional generous private benefactors.

Australian Golf Foundation is the national foundation for golf in Australia. The AGF supports Golf Australia’s vision to grow golf by investing in targeted initiatives to inspire all Australians to enjoy and play the game. Visit for further information.

The scholarship program has come to fruition thanks to the foresight and generosity of Bonnie Boezeman AO, Director of the Australian Golf Foundation, who originally established the program at Killara Golf Club, NSW.

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