Angela Uzielli Bursaries
Girl golfers who wish to continue to develop their game while studying at college or university are invited to apply for an Angela Uzielli Bursary.
The awards are made in memory of Angela Uzielli, the great English amateur who was a British champion, a Curtis Cup player and who won both the English championship and the British senior title in the same year.
The bursaries, for educational expenses, will be awarded to promising girl golfers who wish to further their education at university or college, within the British Isles, after school academic year 12, and at the same time continue to develop their golfing skills. They should be of English nationality by birth or have either parent of English nationality, or have been resident in England for the last two years.
The Bellamy Bursaries
In 2005 the EWGA Trust received a legacy of £39,000 from the estate of Mrs Lena Marie Lauga Bellamy, whose father, Arnaud Massey, was the first overseas player to win The Open championship. The legacy to the EWGA Trust funds two Bellamy Bursary awards, each of up to £1500 per academic year.
They will be made to English female golfers, irrespective of age or ethnicity, studying a golf-related subject at a college of higher or further education. Courses could include golf course management, turf management, greenkeeping, horticulture or sports management, among other subjects.
Find Out More
Full details of the Angela Uzielli and Bellamy bursaries together with application forms can be found on the England Golf Website by clicking on the link below: