Junior Development

BDGA Junior Development Grant Policy

The BDGA seeks to work in collaboration with clubs to advance junior golf. 

Each year the Brisbane District Golf Association (BDGA) support's junior golf development by offering financial support to the value of $1500. 

This support is given to encourage clubs to continue to develop junior development programs. 

 

The BDGA offers grants under three categories: 

 

1. Option 1 - $1500 grant 

a. Junior programs may nominate projects up to the value of $1500. Should the project exceed $1500 the junior program should identify other sources of funding that will be obtained. 

 

2. Option 2 - $1000 grant + $500 open day 

a. Junior programs may nominate projects up to the value of $1000. Should the project exceed $1500 the junior program should identify other sources of funding that will be obtained. In addition to the $1000 project grant, the BDGA will also provide $500 towards a junior open day. In these circumstances, the BDGA will also provide practical assistance in the conduct of the open day. 

 

3. Option 3 - $3000 grant 

a. This option is available in those circumstances where two or more junior programs wish to collaborate on a project. Should the project exceed $3000 the junior program should identify other sources of funding that will be obtained. 

 

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