What We Support

NWAGA is dedicated to programs that promote golf and support the women who play the game. Below are three of NWAGA's key programs. This support is made possible through a pair of annual fundraising events, Fund Day & the Pro+Lady Jamboree. Donations and contributions to NWAGA, a non-profit, are also gratefully accepted. Contact NWAGA at to see how you can contribute.

Girls' Four-State Team

NWAGA sponsors the Nebraska Girls' Four-State Team and provides travel expenses, uniforms, golf bags, and chaperones for the competitors. NWAGA takes a great deal of responsibility for insuring that the best junior programs have the funding and support that they need to flourish and meet the needs of our junior girls, who are the future of the game for women. Our NWAGA Junior Golf Committee is comprised of a group of dedicated women who volunteer to provide the organization and promotional skills necessary to conduct fundraisers, organize volunteer efforts, inspire local champions of the cause, and to step forward to do the ongoing work of running these programs.

NWAGA Founders' Scholarship

Each year, NWAGA awards scholarships to female Nebraska High School Seniors who played high school golf and plan to further their education at a 2-year, 4-year, or a technical school in Nebraska.  A scholarship is awarded to applicants in each NWAGA region (Eastern Nebraska, Central Nebraska and Western Nebraska) with the remaining scholarships awarded, regardless of region.

Dottie Bowman T.E.E. Grant Program

Named for Past NWAGA President (1976-77) and Nebraska Golf Hall of Fame member, Dottie Bowman of Kearney, NWAGA's T.E.E. (Tournament Expenses Eased) Grant program provides financial support to female junior golfers in need with golf-related expenses. Beginning May 1, junior girls from Nebraska will be able to apply for T.E.E. Grant support. Golf-related expenses include but are not limited to: Membership Fees; Competition Expenses (i.e. entry fees, travel, lodging, caddie fees or meals); Equipment. The maximum support an individual may receive is $500. A junior golfer is defined as an amateur golfer who has not yet reached the September 1 following graduation from high school. The deadline for submission of applications is Friday, May 31, 2024 at 5 p.m. CDT.

NWAGA's Youth Development Committee will be responsible for reviewing applications and selecting grant recipients based on financial need. Award winners will receive notification of their selection on Friday, June 14 along with instructions on requesting reimbursement.

NWAGA Donations

The Nebraska Women's Amateur Golf Association has been supporting and encouraging women's golf throughout Nebraska since 1973. In 2010, NWAGA added the Fund Day event to help support the NWAGA Founder's Scholarship. NWAGA, a 501-3C company, funds numerous efforts in Nebraska each year.