2023 Maine Golf Scholars

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Maine Golf is pleased to announce the recipients from the class of 2023 earning awards from the Maine Golf Scholarship Fund. Since its inception in 1950, the Fund has helped nearly 600 students hailing from all 16 counties across the Pine Tree State to pursue higher education. Maine Golf is now approaching $2.0 million given as scholarships to Maine students with a passion for golf since its modest start.

 “Awarding scholarships is one of the best parts of my job,” says Brian Bickford, executive director of Maine Golf.  “We watch many of these student-athletes grow-up in Maine Golf and it very rewarding to provide them with a Maine Golf scholarship. They earned it!”

Students are selected based on their character, financial need, academic performance, and participation in the game of golf and/or golf industry. For 2023, the Maine Golf Scholarship Fund Committee has selected 15 new students to receive awards of $1,500 per year, renewable for up to four years of undergraduate education. Two additional students will receive a one-time grant of $5,000 from the Frank Langlois Scholarship Fund.

“Awarding these scholarships to outstanding student-athletes across Maine every year is one of our most important initiatives at Maine Golf. We want to thank our entire community of donors, players, volunteers, and member clubs for enabling the scholarship program to continue to thrive,” says Neil Angis, chair of the Maine Golf Board.

2023 Maine Golf Scholarship Recipients

Connor Albert, of North Yarmouth and Greely High School. Albert will attend the University of British Columbia.

Ian Beaulieu, of Madawaska and Madawaska High School. Beaulieu is the recipient of the Rock Labbe Award and will attend the University of Maine at Orono.

Clarice Bell, of Holden and Orono High School. Bell is the recipient of the Kathy Drake Award and is attending the University of Long Island.

Braden Camire, of Saco and Thornton Academy. Camire is the recipient of the Dean and Jane Evans Award and will attend St. Joseph’s College of Maine.

Lucas Flaherty, of South Portland and South Portland High School. Flaherty is the recipient of the Andy Lano Award and will attend Methodist University.

Rhys Jones, of Thomaston and Oceanside High School. Jones is the recipient of the Gary Soule Award and will attend Eastern Maine Community College.

Tyler Lefebvre, of Kennebunk and Kennebunk High School. Lefebvre is the recipient of the New England Senior Golfers’ Association Award and will attend Husson University.

Peter Malia, of Scarborough and Scarborough High School. Malia is the recipient of the Albert Noyes, Sr. Award and is attending Methodist University.

Madalyn Quirk, of Littleton and Houlton High School. Quirk will attend the University of Southern Maine.

Delany Roche, of Kennebunk and Kennebunk High School. Roche is the recipient of the Helen Plourd Award and is attending Assumption University.

Annabelle Steeves, of South Paris and Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School. Steeves is the recipient of the Davis Richardson Award and will attend the University of Southern Maine.

Austin Stromick, of Brunswick and Brunswick High School. As the top academic performer among the new scholars, Stromick is the recipient of the Dr. Francis Winchenbach Award and an additional $1,000 one-time grant. Stromick will attend Southern Maine Community College.

Noah Tibbetts, of Brewer and Brewer High School. Tibbetts will attend St. Joseph’s College of Maine.

2023 Frank Langlois Scholarship Recipients

In addition to the Maine Golf Scholarship Fund recipients, Maine Golf recognizes the two winners of the Frank Langlois Scholarship. This award gives a one-time grant of $5,000 to one male and one female student who have shown an active interest in golf in Maine. This year’s Frank Langlois Scholarship recipients are:

Ruth Weeks, of Cumberland and Greely High School. Weeks will attend Middlebury College.

Alex Wallace, of Cumberland and Kents Hill School. Wallace will attend Clemson University.

We wish all the best to these talented individuals as they continue with their education. For more information on the Maine Golf Scholarship Fund, or to make a donation to the Fund, contact brian@mainegolf.org or use the button below.