Note: Professionals may compete in both morning and afternoon shotguns. Amateur teams without a professional are still encouraged to register and tournament staff will provide a professional for their team.
The Kentucky Golf Foundation is proud to announce details for the 2018 Youth on Course Pro-Am presented by ISCO Industries, which will be held on Monday, August 6th at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky.
Shotgun starts at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. (teams have the option of choosing which time they would like to play)
All-inclusive package includes:
- Team competition with forecaddie at Valhalla Golf Club
- Deluxe player gift package
- Continental breakfast and lunch for morning players, lunch and h’orderves for afternoon players
- On course hospitality
- “The Majors” on course competitions
- Unique trophies and Prizes
- Lottery gifts
- 2018 PGA Championship ticket lottery
$750 per amateur
The Kentucky Golf Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The tax-deductible portion of your contribution is limited to the excess of money contributed over the value of goods and services provided to you by the Kentucky Golf Foundation. The fair market value of goods and service provided by the Kentucky Golf Foundation will be detailed in a memo sent post event.
Teams of five (1 pro and 4 amateurs) will compete against all teams in a net and gross competition. Each participant will play their own ball in a better ball of the five some team. USGA Handicap Indexes will be used.
Schedule Monday, August 6th
7:15 am – Registration and practice facilities open (Breakfast available)
8:15 am – Opening Ceremonies & National Anthem
8:30 am – Morning Shotgun Start
12:00 pm – 2:30 pm – Lunch by Texas Roadhouse
1:30 pm – Afternoon Shotgun Start
6:00 pm – H’orderves and closing ceremony
What is Youth on Course?
Youth on Course (YOC) has grown into a nationwide organization providing more than 30,000 young golfers with what they need most – access to affordable golf. Using the programs below, YOC provides youth with life-changing opportunities through golf.
Youth on Course members always play for $5 or less at participating courses. More than 600 courses across the country partner with YOC to offer unused rounds to golf’s next generation. YOC has subsidized over 620,000 total rounds, of which 115,000 were in 2017.
The Youth on Course Caddie Academy provides opportunities for youth to earn money, network and develop financial management skills. Caddying also creates access to college scholarships for those with financial need. Caddies attend an orientation and then make their own schedules, caddying and interacting with members while sharpening their own golf insight and social skills.