Ian Webb Scholarships
In early 2019, Ian Webb—a nearly 30-year proud PGA of Canada member—was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Webb started at Credit Valley in 2000 as the Director of Golf and in 2008 he was promoted to the role of General Manager/Chief Operating Officer. His love for Credit Valley and its people ran deep, as many considered him to be a patriarch of the club. The Canadian (and worldwide) golf community rallied in support of Ian, who was regarded as one of the best people in the business.
To help share Ian’s story and create his legacy as a legendary PGA of Canada member, we renamed our scholarship program in his honour. Moving forward, PGA of Canada Foundation scholarships will now be referred to as the Ian Webb Scholarships. We were so blessed to have Ian as a PGA of Canada member and are so pleased to rename our scholarship program after him.
In an effort to promote and foster ongoing education for PGA of Canada Members and Apprentices, the Webby Fund— in support of the PGA of Canada Foundation— will offer scholarship funding of varying amounts to qualified and selected applicants who are engaged in continuing their education through full-time studies. These scholarships are also open to any Sons/Daughters, Grandchildren or Spouses of PGA of Canada Members to help further academic achievements.
Applications are judged by a three-member independent panel and awarded based on academic achievement and contributions to the community.
The annual deadline to apply for a scholarship is June 25th, 2021, and the Evaluation Forms must be received by July 2nd, 2021. For a copy of the 2021 PGA of Canada Foundation Scholarship Application, click here.
For further information, please contact, Wayne MacPhee at email@example.com or 1(800)782-5764 ext. 222
2020 Scholarship Recipients
Adam Eldridge – Waterloo University, Son of Deborah Lee Eldridge
Rylee McDonald – McGill University, Daughter of Brian McDonald
Lauren Rankin – Waterloo University, Daughter of Cameron Rankin
James Gazeley – Queen's University, Son of Jay Gazeley
Paige Percy – Memorial University, Daughter of Gord Percy
Testimonials & Recipient Feedback
“It is with sincere gratitude that I would like to thank [The PGA of Canada Foundation] for selecting me as one of the recipients of your awards. This scholarship will be a tremendous support moving forward with my education this year. This scholarship will allow me to maintain my focus on my studies, while also continuing to give back to the community through my various volunteer commitments.” – Kayli Culig (2015)
“Thank you very much for the opportunity to apply for a scholarship through the PGA of Canada Foundation. I am extremely honoured and humbled to be awarded this scholarship. It is not only an honour for myself to represent the PGA of Canada Foundation, but also an honour for my father, Gord Percy, to show him the long-term impact the PGA of Canada has left on me. To be supported in my post-secondary education by the generosity of so many leaves a lasting impact. Being recognized for my community involvement and academic achievements is very rewarding. I will never be able to thank the PGA of Canada Foundation for the opportunities it has given me in post-secondary studies, the golf community and to my family.” — Paige Percy (2015)
“I am so thankful to have received a PGA of Canada Foundation Scholarship. I am honoured and truly touched to be chosen as a representative of your Foundation. My Dad, Bill has been a member of the PGA of Canada since 1982, and has passed on his passion for the game of golf to our family. Being chosen for this award has made us both very proud, and I am writing to express my gratitude and share the experiences this scholarship has provided me with. Receiving this scholarship means that I am able to continue to play golf and compete at the collegiate level while pursuing my university degree in Victoria, British Columbia.” — Melanie Murchison (2015)