2017 RMSPGA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SECTION PGA FOUNDATION NAMES 2017 LARRY MALONE AND YELLOWSTONE CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS

 

The Rocky Mountain Section PGA Foundation has named fourteen students as Scholarship Award winners for 2017.  The 2017 Rocky Mountain Section PGA Foundation Scholarship Award winners are: Ryan Bates, Elko, Nevada; Tanna Campbell, Big Timber, Montana; Colten Cordingley, Rexburg, Idaho; Danielle Doerflein, Sun Valley, Idaho; Isabelle Hahn, Billings, Montana; Logan Martin, Billings, Montana; Ragan McGilvery, Nampa, Idaho; Kelsey Parker, Boise, Idaho; Kordell Seidler, Meridian, Idaho; Ronald Stephenson, Gooding, Idaho; Caleb Trost, Billings, Montana; Vanessa Van Vleet, Preston, Idaho;  Kaylee Walton, Paul, Idaho; and Reed Wasson, Harlowton, Montana.  Each Rocky Mountain Section PGA Foundation Scholarship Award winner will receive $1,000 to assist with expenses related to his or her college education for the 2017-2018 academic year.

           

The Rocky Mountain Section PGA Foundation’s Scholarship Award is awarded annually to college-bound high school seniors based on academic achievement, community and extracurricular activity, leadership, financial need and involvement and contribution to the game of golf.  Participants in the Snake River Chapter Larry Malone Scholarship Pro-Am and the Laurel (Montana) Golf Club and Yellowstone Country Club (Billings, Montana) Pro-Ams contributed to the scholarship fund of the Foundation. Additional support was provided by the Montana State Golf Association and individual contributors and donors.  National Car Rental was a sponsor of the Larry Malone and Yellowstone events. The Scholarship Program has awarded over $305,000 to deserving youth over the past 43 years.

           

“We remain thankful for all those who contributed to the scholarship funding efforts of the RMSPGA Foundation,” states Vaughn Jenkins, PGA, executive director, Rocky Mountain Section PGA. “We wish this year’s scholarship recipients great success; both in the classroom and in life,” adds Jenkins.