The only statewide charitable foundation in Kansas devoted solely to the game of golf.Find Out More
Promoting the Future and Preserving the History of Golf in Kansas
The Kansas Golf Foundation was formed in 1991 as the tax-exempt charitable affiliate of the Kansas Golf Association. We are an all-volunteer organization.
We Promote the Future of Golf by giving college scholarships to junior golfers and by helping kids learn to play golf in school.
We Preserve the History of Golf through the Kansas Golf Hall of Fame.
Educating and Equipping Students For Their Future Through Golf
Scholarships For Junior Golfers
The Kansas Junior Golf Scholarship is awarded each spring to five junior golfers who will attend an accredited college or university in Kansas. The grant is $6,000, payable over four years.
The Kansas Women’s Golf Association Memorial Scholarship is awarded each spring and is a one-time grant of $1,500. Recipients may attend any accredited college or university, in Kansas or elsewhere.How To Apply
Teaching Kids to Play Golf in School
Golf in Schools is a KGF collaboration with the PGA Midwest Section to introduce the game of golf to every student in Kansas. As of 2017, over 200,000 students – grades K-12 from Liberal to Overland Park - are learning to play golf in school.Find Out More
Honoring Kansans for Outstanding Accomplishments or Contributions to the Game of Golf
The Kansas Golf Hall of Fame honors men and women who have made outstanding contributions to the game of golf or who are distinguished by their accomplishments as a Player, Club Professional, Coach, Architect or Superintendent.Meet the Members How to Nominate
Donate to the Kansas Golf Foundation Today
KGF has no paid staff. We are an all-volunteer organization and have minimal administrative expenses. Your donation goes directly to support the Junior Golf Scholarship and Golf in Schools programs.
Your donation is fully tax-deductible and you’ll receive a tax receipt for your records.