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Does the golf course lose money from Youth on Course players? NO! Youth on Course pays the difference to the course between the normal junior rate and our $5 rate. If the junior rate is normally $10, Youth on Course members pay $5 and Youth on Course pays the course $5. + + +


How do I join Youth on Course? The easiest way to join is to visit YouthonCourse.org and fill-out a short application form. If you are a member of a First Tee Chapter, contact the staff there about signing up.


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How much does a Youth on Course membership cost? Costs vary by state, but if you join Youth on Course in Northern California online, the cost is $12 per year.


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How can I support Youth on Course? Youth on Course relies entirely on financial support from individuals, clubs, corporations and foundations. We encourage you to donate via YouthonCourse.org, or you can participate in one of three annual fundraising events. Donors can also create a named scholarship for a deserving Youth on Course participant for a minimum donation of $1,000 per year, guaranteed for four years.


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My favorite golf course isn’t on the participating Youth on Course club list. Can I get them on the list? We always welcome new courses. The best thing to do would be to find someone at the club—a head pro, or general manager— and tell them about the program. Then contact us or send them to YouthonCourse.org and have them contact our office directly. We will work with them to get them officially signed on.


foundations, PGA Tour events, PGA professionals, philanthropists and general supporters of youth and golf for making what we do possible. Thank You NCGA! 28 / NCGA.ORG / SUMMER 2015


Approximately $3 of every NCGA membership supports Youth on Course as the NCGA covers all the staff salaries, benefits, etc. of Youth on Course. Thank you to all the NCGA members, member clubs, corporations,


How long does my membership last? Youth on Course membership lasts from Jan.1 to Dec. 31 each year. You will need to renew your membership each year. If you are a member through the online clubs, we will send you a reminder email when it is time to renew. + + +


What age do I have to be to participate in Youth on Course? In order to get a Youth on Course membership you must be between the ages of 6 and 18. If you turn 18 during your senior year of high school, your membership is good until the end of the summer following your graduation.


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Where can I play golf with my Youth on Course membership? There are hundreds of participating courses, and we’re working with other state and regional associations to expand nationwide. The best way


to see which courses are currently participating is by visiting YouthonCourse.org and clicking the orange “Play” at the top right of the home page.


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If I am a Youth on Course member in Northern California – can I play in other states? YES! Any participating state or region with Youth on Course will accept your card, regardless of what region you are from. If you are going on vacation in one of the participating states, be sure to pack your clubs and your Youth on Course membership card.


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How do Youth on Course and The First Tee work together? Youth on Course and The First Tee are national partners. This means all First Tee participants (usually PAR level or above) are automatically enrolled in Youth on Course in participating states.


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Youth on Course isn’t in my state– how do I change that? Contact us as well as your local state/regional golf association and encourage them. We will work with them directly to start the program.


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