Evans Scholars Foundation

The Evans Scholars Foundation provides full tuition and housing grants to deserving young caddies nationwide. Administered by the Western Golf Association, the Evans Scholars Foundation is the nation’s largest privately funded college scholarship program. Since 1930, more than 9,400 deserving young caddies have earned their college degrees through Evans Scholarships. Today, more than 800 caddies attend college each year as Evans Scholars. The Evans Scholarship was founded by golf great Charles “Chick” Evans Jr.

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Cause Blog

Keepin' it 155

Hundred Hole Hike 2015

It's that time of year again. Hundred Hole Hike season is upon us. The Masters was really green, the US Open was really brown, and the days are really long!

Home Stretch

With just one week until my Hundred Hole Hike, I am ready to go.

One Year Later...

Like most Dads, I celebrated Father's Day by executing my God-given right to sit on the couch on watch golf all day. The guy who first decided to align the U.S.

4 weeks to go...

There are just 4 weeks to go until my July 14th Hundred Hole Hike.

Setting Goals...

My biggest goal for July 14th is (obviously) to walk and play 112 holes in order to raise a bunch of money for the Evans Scholars Foundation.

Time to get serious...

I am really excited for my hike on July 14th.

While We're Young: My 2013 Hundred Hole Hike (Vol. 4 St. Andrews)

There it was, in big beautiful, upper case letters at the top of the page:

OLD COURSE - Thursday, 04 July 2013



Golfers Supporting This Cause

Jonathan Decker

Clint Squier

Brian Finn

Bill McKinley