Golf Journalists of Canada Journalism Scholarship

As part of its mandate to give back and to support young journalists, the Golf Journalists Association of Canada (GJAC) has offered a $2,000 scholarship to a journalism student — in an undergraduate or graduate program — attending a Canadian college or university with a passion for sports journalism since 2015.

Part of GJAC’s mandate is to promote golf journalism in Canada and recognize excellence in Canadian golf journalism. The scholarship was established as a way to encourage excellence in sports writing by student journalists across the country.

The Golf Journalists of Canada Journalism Scholarship will not be awarded in 2021 due to unforeseen circumstances. 

If you have any questions regarding the scholarship, please contact Jason Logan, editor of SCOREGolf, at jason@scoregolf.com.

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