Why should I support the University of Maryland Golf Course?
Generous support from alumni and Friends of the Golf Course help to ensure the course’s award-winning standing as a top University course and as a Certified Audobon Cooperative Sanctuary.
Areas for support
1) UMD Golf Course Enhancement Fund
The University Golf Course has served as host to the PGA Nationwide Tour’s Melwood Prince George’s County Open, national, regional, and local tournaments, and annual host to the Maryland State High School Championships. The course is a Certified Audobon Cooperative Sanctuary, and was dedicated in 1959 to the health and recreation needs of the University of Maryland and local communities.
The Golf Course Enhancement Fund assists with maintenance and enhancement of the University of Maryland Golf Course.
2) UMD Golf Course Student Employee Scholarship Fund
The UMD Golf Course Student Employee Scholarship Fund supports Golf Course student employees with the costs associated with academic and living needs. The scholarships are supported through the generous donations from alumni and Friends of the Golf Course.
3) UMD Golf for Business and Life Program Fund
In collaboration with the Department of Kinesiology and the Robert H. Smith School of Business, the University of Maryland Golf Course offers an undergraduate Golf for Business and Life class.
The Maryland Golf for Business and Life Program Fund supports the operation and execution of the "Business and Life Program," including equipment and staff support.
Please contact Reggie Jackson, Associate Director for Development for Campus Recreation Services at 301-405-1151 or email@example.com should you have any questions about your contribution.