Caddie Academy participants

The mission of the WGA Caddie Academy is to provide summer caddie opportunities to under-resourced high school students who excel in the classroom and in their communities. We seek to use caddying, the game of golf and the Evans Scholarship to prepare young men and women for a lifetime of success.

Caddie helps a player

In a typical summer, students from all across the United States attend one of our five chapters to caddie while living together under the guidance of current Evans Scholars. Participants are chosen during their freshman year, based on outstanding academics, leadership and character.

Our carefully structured program enables students to earn money, meet role models and learn invaluable life lessons. After successfully competing three summers, they become eligible to apply for the Evans Scholarship – a full tuition and housing college scholarship.

Caddie Academy Participants at a Glance

The average household income of participants is $30,000.

90% of our participants are students of color.

Many would be the first in their families to attend college.

Caddie Academy Chapters

The WGA Caddie Academy features five chapters where participants live together under the guidance of current Evans Scholars while caddying at nearby country clubs. Click the map to learn more about each chapter.

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