Scholarships

Since 1991, Golf Québec has been encouraging its student athletes by offering them scholarships for their studies. As we are aware that lack of money puts a great deal of pressure on these athletes, we truly believe that any given amount helps golfers focus on their school and on golf, rather than worrying too much about the need to work.

Thanks to its devoted sponsors, Golf Québec can rely on them to provide the necessary scholarships.

 

Suzanne Beauregard Scholarship Fund
Suzanne Beauregard
(1953- 2006)
 
 
Born March 11, 1953, in Montréal, QC, Suzanne Beauregard was an avid sportswoman: an accomplished indoor tennis and squash player, a cross-country skier and, of course, a skilled golfer. She was a leader and a motivator and contributed tremendously to the Québec golfing community.
 
Her personal golf accomplishments included:
 
  • In 1973, Suzanne won a National award for the greatest reduction in handicap in one year when she went from a handicap of 35 to a 10, an astounding reduction of 71%;
  • In 1979, she captured the Eastern Provinces Championship in Kingston, Ontario;
  • She was named a member of the Ladies Québec Amateur Team;
  • A member of a number of Montréal area golf clubs over the years (Nun’s Island, Candiac, The Country Club and, latterly, Kanawaki), Suzanne thoroughly enjoyed her golf and established an impressive record of amateur victories including eight consecutive club championships (1978 – 1985) at The Country Club and five club championships at Kanawaki Golf Club.


In 1996, Suzanne joined the Canadian Ladies Golf Association, eventually becoming Executive Director of the Québec Branch. For more than ten years, she contributed to the development of women’s golf and devoted herself to the amalgamation of the men’s and women’s provincial amateur associations, leading to the creation of Golf Québec in 2005. A key member of the Golf Québec team she was named Director of Programs and Member Services and was known throughout Québec.

Suzanne also was a founding member of the Fédération québécoise de golf and served as its President from 2001 to 2005.

She always displayed great character. She will be remembered for her calm wisdom, her ability to listen to others, her determination and work ethic. She respected EVERYONE, young and old, strong and weak. She loved this great game called golf. She strongly believed in youth development and contributing to their future.

The “Suzanne Beauregard Scholarship Fund” was set up by Golf Québec, in partnership with the Golf Canada Foundation, a registered charity. It was created to honour the legacy of this extraordinary woman who devoted her life to golf. This scholarship is used to support young golfers who wish to pursue their studies.

For more information about applying for scholarships go to the Golf Canada Foundation website.
 
To donate to the Suzanne Beauregard Scholarship Fund, you can also download Golf Québec's form by clicking here.

Many an amateur golfers have been inspired by Suzanne’s simple yet effective words: “We’re here to have fun”.

Good golfing!

Scholarships Programs and Past Recipients

For inquiries about scholarships programs that are available in Canada, click here to download an application form.

 
 
 
Here is the list of student-golfers who received a scholarship within the Suzanne Beauregard Scholarship Fund:
 
2016: Katherine Gravel-Coursol, Le Blainvillier ($2,000)
2016: Charles-Éric Bélanger, Royal Québec ($2,000)
 
2015: Annie Lacombe, Le Blainvillier ($2,000)
2015: Valérie Tanguay, St-Hyacinthe ($2,000)
 
2014: Caroline Ciot, Montréal Country Club ($2,000)
2014: Kurtis Campbell, Whitlock ($2,000)
 
2013: Valérie Tanguay, St-Hyacinthe ($2,000)
2013: Kurtis Campbell, Whitlock ($2,000)
 
2012: Sarah-Andréa Landry, public golfer ($2,000)
2012: Grace Glofcheskie, Arnprior ($2,000)
 
2011: Samantha Coates, Kanata ($2,000)
2011: Grace Glofcheskie, Arnprior ($2,000)
 
2010: Alexis Gemme-Piacente, Le Mirage ($2,000)
2010: Marilyne Cadieux, Le Blainvillier ($2,000)
 
2009: Melissa Core, Beaconsfield ($1,000)
 
2008: Bowie Abbis-Mills, Mississippi ($1,000)
 
2007: Kate Burnett, Cedarhill ($1,000)