On behalf of the Ironworks Golf Academy, we are excited to announce a new WAGPA scholarship. This scholarship opportunity is available to registered associates in good standing with the PGA of America, who successfully complete level 1, 2, or 3 in 2019. Associates can be nominated by themselves or their supervisor. The WAGPA committee members will determine the finalists and the winner will be selected by the Ironworks Golf Academy.
To fund this program the Ironworks Golf Academy has extended an invitation to any PGA or LPGA member and their staff, high school or college golf coaches, or members of the Wisconsin Sales Association, looking for club fitting or instructional services. Donations for these services can be make in $50 or $100 increments. 100% of the donations will be applied to the WAGPA Scholarship.
The Ironworks Golf Academy is housed in Beloit, Wisconsin and utilizes the Beloit Club and Ironworks Golf Lab facilities to offer indoor and outdoor services year-round. The Ironworks Golf Academy is led by Travis Becker, 2015 & 2019 Wisconsin PGA Teacher of the Year, and utilizes some of the best teaching and fitting technologies in the industry. The IGA is the only Academy in the state to be affiliated with the popular Golf Channel Academy
Ironworks Golf Academy offers a tour professionals fitting experience with Titleist, Taylor Made, Ping and Callaway. Titleist and Taylor Made both recognize the Academy as a Premier fitting location. If you are looking to add any new tools into your bag, this is a great opportunity to make sure it fits properly. The Ironworks Golf Academy offers instructional services with Trackman 4, SAM PuttLab, K-Vest, and FlightScope. To schedule your appointment or learn more about this program, contact Travis Becker at 608-235-9152 or email email@example.com.
Registration for this scholarship can by using the below link to access the application form. Completed applications must be emailed to Shaun Finley, PGA at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1st, 2019 to be eligible for the scholarship in 2019.