Duck Woods Country Club Offers Four Scholarship Programs
Over the years, thousands of dollars have been awarded in scholarship money from these organizations
WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION OF DUCK WOODS COUNTRY CLUB (WADWCC) SCHOLARSHIP
The first WADWCC scholarship was awarded in June 2002 in memory of WADWCC member and leader, Judy McCarthy, whose life was taken suddenly in a car accident. This scholarship is awarded annually and is intended to assist students whose postsecondary education has been interrupted or delayed. The scholarship can be used to assist with tuition, books, or other educational related expenses.
* THE APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JUNE 1ST, 2022.
The Duck Woods Ladies Tennis Association Scholarship Fund was established in 1996 as an endowment fund in partnership with the Outer Banks Community Foundation. The scholarship is awarded annually to a senior graduating from a Dare or Currituck County High School. For over 24 years. the Duck Woods Ladies Tennis Association has been committed to supporting students as they work to further their education.
DUCK WOODS LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATION FOUNDERS’ SCHOLARSHIP
The Duck Woods Ladies Golf Association Founders’ Scholarship was established in 1991 to honor its founding members. Scholarship recipients are graduating high school senior from Dare or Currituck County. These recipients have demonstrated a financial need, a strong academic record, an athletic ability, and an interest in the game of golf.
DUCK WOODS MEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION DR. SCOTT ANTHONY GRANT PROGRAM
Since 2005, the Duck Woods Men’s Golf Association (MGA) administers a generous grant provided by the estate of Dr. Scott Anthony. Dr. Anthony was a long-time member of Duck Woods and an avid golfer. His vision was to ensure that young local high school students, with a keen interest in the game of golf, would not be deterred by the high cost of entry into the sport.