2024 Gay Brewer Jr. Grant Winners Announcement

Four junior golfers receive the 2024 Gay Brewer Jr. Grant
LOUISVILLE, KY (May 3, 2024)—The Kentucky Golf Foundation is excited to announce the 2024 Gay Brewer, Jr. Grant recipients: Dylan Logsdon, Noah Baldridge, Clay Noble, and Georgia Blair Scott. The Gay Brewer, Jr. Grant awards financial assistance to players and their families to help mitigate the cost of junior golf competitions at a regional and national level.
This grant is in honor of the legendary Kentucky golfer, Gay Brewer, Jr., who had extreme success on the PGA Tour with ten wins, including a Major win at the 1967 Masters Tournament. Unfortunately, Gay Brewer, Jr. passed away in 2007, but his commitment to golf led his loved ones to create this grant to give back to the Kentucky Golf Foundation by allowing Kentucky junior golfers to continue their passion for the game. 

Dylan Logsdon of Louisville, Kentucky has played golf since he was five years old. Dylan's main goal is to play Division I college golf and turn his favorite sport into a future career. He realizes that is easy to say, but harder to achieve, which is why he approaches his golf journey by taking it one day and one shot at a time. Dylan is excited to receive the Gay Brewer, Jr. Grant, as it will give him opportunities to work on his game by competing in higher-level tournaments. Dylan understands that golf is not just about skill and talent but also mental strength and dedication. Additionally, he believes improving his mental game is just as important as improving his techniques.  Dylan's top finishes are second place at Lake Forest Country Club (84), second place at the University of Louisville Golf Club (74), and fifth place at Oxmoor Country Club (71). 
“Playing Division I golf has been a goal of mine since I was nine years old. Receiving this grant has given me an incredible opportunity to help pursue this goal of mine. This grant will allow me to travel to more golf tournaments and ease the cost of tournament fees, travel, and expenses. I would like to thank the Brewer family for this amazing blessing and opportunity I have been given.” - Dylan Logsdon

Virgie, Kentucky native Noah Baldridge cannot remember a time when he did not have a golf club in his hand. Noah has been playing and competing in golf tournaments since the age of four. Noah has won 93 out of the over 200 golf tournaments he has competed in. His junior golf resume does not stop there - he was the top player on his high school team as an 8th grader. He took second place in the ALL A 15th region tournament and placed second in multiple high school events, including the Johnson Central Invitational and the Pikeville Invitational tournament. With his parent's support, Noah has experienced significant success, but it has required a lot of traveling to different states to compete in top tournaments. 
"I am so thankful to be a recipient of the Gay Brewer, Jr. Grant. Because junior golf is not as popular in my area and we travel for most tournaments, it means a lot to have people that want to support me in my dream of playing professional golf." - Noah Baldridge

Clay Noble of Lexington, Kentucky was introduced to the game of golf by his grandfather, Denny Vincent. From the moment he stepped onto the green, golf has remained a passion of his. Clay carries joy and fulfillment every time he is on the course. Golf continues to teach him valuable lessons such as discipline, perseverance, and sportsmanship. In Clay's sophomore season, his top finishes were second place at the Bluegrass Golf Tour's event at the Club of Bluegrass, seventh place at the 5 Star Invitational, and fifth place at the Richmond Model Invitational. The game not only pushes him to be the best golfer, but also the best person on and off the course. Clay understands that he represents his family at every golf tournament and takes this very seriously. Understanding all the sacrifices his parents have made for him to be a successful golfer, Clay's commitment to the sport never wavers. Clay's high school golf team practices at The Gay Brewer, Jr. Course at Picadome. This has become a huge inspiration for him to continue to grow in his junior golf journey. 
“It feels great to win the Gay Brewer, Jr. Grant and I consider it an honor! The money from this grant is going to help me compete in some higher profile tournaments, many of which have expensive fees and require a lot of travel.” - Clay Noble

Georgia Blair Scott has been playing golf for 12 years and it has become an integral part of her life. As a junior golfer, Georgia Blair is fulfilled by being a great role model, especially in paving the way for girls entering the game after her. Georgia Blair has firsthand experience on how hard it can be for a girl in the game of golf and wants other junior girl golfers to look at her and see there is space for them in the sport. She prides herself on being a friendly face on the golf course so other young golfers are able to feel comfortable and confident. Georgia Blair wants her work, dedication, and accomplishments to be an inspiration for the next generation of junior female golfers. Her junior golf portfolio is extensive. In her freshman year she had five top 15 finishes in high school tournaments and received The Most Outstanding Freshman Award on her golf team. In Georgia Blair's sophomore season, she had three first place finishes: the 2023 KYPGAJT Season Kick-Off, the KYPGAJT Spring Classic, and the Kentucky Girls Junior PGA Tournament. Georgia Blair continues to grow in the sport she loves and the Gay Brewer, Jr. Grant will undoubtedly play a significant role in her future successes.

“I am grateful to receive the Gay Brewer, Jr. Grant. The grant will allow me to play in more competitive tournaments around the United States. I hope to use the experiences to not only become a better golfer, but also a better ambassador for the game of golf.” - Georgia Blair Scott 

Congratulations to all of the recipients of the 2024 Gay Brewer, Jr. Grant! We are excited to see you all continue to succeed in this upcoming junior golf season. Thank you to the Brewer family for your continued support of Kentucky junior golfers!

About the Kentucky Golf Foundation:
The Kentucky Golf Foundation (KGF) is one of three organizations encompassed under Golf House Kentucky, in addition to the Kentucky Golf Association (KGA) and Kentucky PGA Section (KPGA). The KGF is a joint-initiative of the KGA and KPGA that was founded in 2002 to enhance lives through golf throughout the Commonwealth. The KGF is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
About Kentucky Junior Golf:

Kentucky Junior Golf is part of the Kentucky Golf Foundation, one of three organizations that comprises Golf House Kentucky. Kentucky Junior Golf includes the state’s top tournaments and programs for the state’s golfers aged 18 or younger, featuring the Kentucky PGA Junior Tour, Youth on Course, Youth Caddies of Kentucky, PGA Jr. League, and Drive, Chip & Putt. Kentucky Junior Golf is dedicated to introducing Kentucky’s youth to the game of golf, providing resources to further enjoyment within the sport, and developing the skills necessary for players to thrive both on and off the golf course.

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