The Metropolitan Golf Club is offering a number of Junior Golf Scholarships to assist junior golf development in Victoria. In the past 16 years, 200 scholarships have been awarded and many of the recipients have gone on to become members of Metropolitan. This includes LPGA star and Olympian Su Oh, and Asian Tour Myanmar Open champion Todd Sinnott.

Applications for the 2024/2025 Junior Golf Scholarship Program are now open!


The Scholarship Program will commence on 1 July 2024 and conclude on 30 June 2025. 

Junior Golf Scholarships at Metropolitan provide for complimentary use of the course and facilities of the Club for 12 months and an organised golf skills program provided by the Club’s PGA-qualified staff, including Stuart Leong (Australian PGA Teacher of the Year 2015). Selection criteria to determine the awarding of scholarships to applicants between the ages 12 years and 16 years inclusive, as of 1 July 2024, is available at the start of the application form. 

Please click here to access the Application Form. 


Please note the eligibility (and ineligibility) criteria before completing an application:

Selection criteria –

  • the awarding of scholarships will be based on consideration of applications received, assessment of current and future potential, character, and personal conduct, and references from the applicant’s school and coach.
  • applicants MUST be between 12 years of age and 16 years of age at the time of commencement of the Scholarship (1 July 2024).


Ineligibility – 

  • Applicants who have previously held a Scholarship, or who are members/cadets of a Melbourne Sandbelt club are ineligible for consideration.
  • Applicants currently enrolled in a development program at Metropolitan are ineligible for consideration.
  • Applicants under the age of 12 years or over the age of 16 years (as of 1 July 2024) will not be considered.
  • Applicants who do not include a reference from their school and their coach (which may be a parent/family) will not be considered.


Conditions of Scholarship –

  • Recipients must retain membership at their home club throughout the Scholarship, where their GA handicap will continue to be held.
  • Scholarships are not a direct pathway to membership. Nomination for junior/young members is by the invitation of current members, subject to the same consideration as other nominations.
  • The privileges of Scholarship are different from the privileges of membership. Scholarship holders are unable to introduce guests and are unable to represent Metropolitan. Booking onto Metropolitan timesheets is done by staff on behalf of Scholarship recipients. Family/friends of Scholarship recipients are unable to access the Club unless as a guest of a member.


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Confidentiality:  All personal information provided on this application will be kept confidential by The Metropolitan Golf Club and will be used solely for assessment for Junior Golf Scholarships. The information provided will not be given to any third parties for any reason.

Applicants short-listed for a scholarship will be contacted by the Club. Applicants are therefore requested not to contact the Club directly.  

Please direct any queries to Dayle Marshall, Membership & Communications Manager, The Metropolitan Golf Club, Telephone 03 9579 3122 during business hours, or email