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Golf NB announces its 2021 Scholarship Award Recipients

For Immediate Release: 

Golf New Brunswick (Golf NB) is excited to announce its 2021 Scholarship Award Recipients.

The annually awarded University Scholarships are provided to deserving members of Golf NB, to be used towards the cost of tuition at any recognized University or College. These awards include the “NBGA 50th Anniversary Scholarship” for male golfers, the “NBLGA 50th Anniversary Scholarship” for female golfers, and the “John Patrick Sears Golf Scholarship” which is open to both genders and is renewable annually.

Chaired by New Brunswick Golf Associations (Golf NB) and Golf Canada (RCGA) Past President, Dr. Doug Brewer of the Fredericton Golf Club, the Golf NB Scholarship Committee evaluated applicants on three main awards criteria; Academic Performance, Competitive Golf Experience, and Extracurricular Involvement & Giving Back to the Game of Golf. Typically the winners are announced at the Golf NB Annual Awards Banquet & Silent Auction, however, due to COVID-19, the 2021 Golf NB Annual Awards Banquet & Silent Auction did not take place.

Golf NB looks forward to the opportunity to resume our Golf NB Annual Awards Banquet & Silent Auction in 2022 once it is safe to do so. With that, Golf NB is pleased to announce the 2021 Golf NB Scholarship Awards Recipients; 

NBGA 50th Anniversary Scholarship

Keegan Miller – Hampton Golf Club

John Patrick Sears Golf Scholarship

Ethan McFadden – Moncton Golf Club

Mark Kelly – Westfield Golf & Country Club

Daniel Kirby – Covered Bridge Golf & Country Club

Nathan Hogan – Miramichi Golf & Country Club

Benjamin MacDonald – Gowan Brae Golf & Country Club

Mackenzie Deveau – Royal Oaks Golf Club

Golf NB would like to congratulate each of its 2021 scholarship recipients and wish each of the winners a very successful 2021 / 2022 Academic Year.

 Golf New Brunswick (Golf NB), a not-for-profit organization founded in 1934, is the official governing body for amateur golf in New Brunswick.  In January of 2006, the New Brunswick Golf Association (NBGA) officially merged with the New Brunswick Ladies Golf Association (NBLGA), resulting in one united governing body for amateur golf in the province.  Programs offered by Golf NB to its 10,000 members include 12 provincial events, rules of golf education, course rating and handicap services, junior golf development programs, and member club marketing initiatives.