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DONATIONS BENEFIT DESERT HIGH SCHOOLS
Thanks to the generosity and fundraising efforts of Indian Ridge Country Club and Palm Valley Country Club, two Desert high school girls' golf teams will each receive Foundation grants. For the second year in a row Indian Ridge has supported the Palm Desert High Scholl Girl's Golf team and this year, in addition to presenting them with a $5000 Foundation grant, invited the team to play their course and stay for lunch. See the article and picture on the Foundation Facebook page. The Palm Valley Women's Club has a long history of supporting the WSCGA Foundation and, through their "Piece of Cake" Tournament, has raised over $75,000 for grants and scholarships over the past ten years. This year's efforts benefitted the Coachella Valley High School Girl's Golf team in the form of a $5000 grant plus 10 sets of Wilson golf clubs, team golf bags and team shirts. Read the very poignant Blog article here.

THE 2014 CALIFORNIA WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP
The 19th Annual California Women's Championship (CWC) will be held on July 14-16 at the beautiful Ojai Valley Inn and Spa Golf Course. The tournament is open to female amateur golfers who are residents of California and have a USGA Handicap Index of 10.7 or below. See the flyer or click for the registration form. Click HERE for online entry. For more information visit the CWC website.

2014 U.S. WOMEN'S AMATEUR PUBLIC LINKS CHAMPIONSHIP
On July 14-19 the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links will be contested for the last time. See the flyer HERE. If you're a female public-course player and have a USGA Handicap Index of 18.4 or lower, you can compete for one of the most prestigious titles in women's amateur golf. There is an 18-hole qualifying round to determine the field for the national championship. The deadline to enter is 5 p.m. (EDT) on May 14, 2014. To apply and to find a qualifying site near you, please visit the USGA website and click on Championships.

USGA AND CHEVRON ANNOUNCE STEM SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The USGA and Chevron announced a new scholarship program for qualified high school seniors who are pursuing college careers in STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering or math). Full details and an application can be found at this link, or read the press release for more information.

A NEW WAY TO DONATE
Anyone with an internet connection connection can donate to the WSCGA Foundation online. Simply click on the donate link and you can enter with either a credit card or direct billing. Help a young woman or organization today. Click to donate >>

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The WSCGA Foundation awards annual grants to individuals or organizations/programs that introduce, nurture, sustain and support girls' participation and interest in the game of golf. Grant awards are based on demonstrated need.

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Katharine Campbell
San Diego, San Diego County

Katharine was a 2013 graduate of San Diego High School of International Studies and is currently enrolled as a nursing major at Point Loma Nazarene University. While Katharine's main passion is health care, she also played on her high school golf team.

Michelle Folan
Santa Clara

Michelle currently attends Santa Clara University where she is pursuing a Communications degree. In addition to other local activities, she works as an Game Day Intern for the Santa Clara University Athlectic Department.

Carolane Gariepy
Murrieta

Carolane graduated from Vista Murrieta High School where she had a distinguished golf career including a trip to the CIF Championship. She is currently enrolled at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where she's pursuing a Mechanical Engineering degree.

Madison Gordon
Lake Elsinore

Madison, a graduate of Elsinore High School, now attends Boston University School of Education where she's focused on Elementary Education. While in high school Madison was in the top 25 of her class all 3 years and received All League honors in golf.