From the school yard to the work place, we experience conflict in every stage of our life. The ability to resolve conflicts with one another is a critical life skill, especially in today’s divisive world. At The First Tee, we encourage participants to work out disputes for themselves whether ...Read More
making a difference
At The First Tee we strive to not only make good golfers, but better people. Participants and alumni across the country talk about what The First Tee means to them, how the program has influenced them and how they plan to give back. In this blog, you will find out why golf is truly different than other sports by seeing it through the eyes of our participants and mentors who make our mission a reality.
Diversity at The First Tee Appreciating diversity is at the heart of The First Tee and our mission. We believe it is essential to the well-being of our society that we all learn to respect and value diversity among individuals while on the golf course, in school and throughout our daily lives. We i...Read More
Courtesy on the Golf Course Courtesy is everywhere on the golf course. For instance, a round of golf should begin and end with a handshake between fellow competitors. Golf is a game of tradition and history. It is not just about honing the swing, but it is also about the rules, respecting fellow co...Read More
As a nonprofit organization, we rely on the support of others – whether through volunteering, gifts or advocacy. We are so grateful to all of our supporters and sponsors – especially those who give in all of these areas. The PGA TOUR Superstore is one of our generous corporate partners of The Fi...Read More
At The First Tee, golf is more than just a game; golf is a life-changer. Muya Muya is no exception. Born into a civil war, Muya and his family fled from Somalia to Kenya where they spent the first seven years of his life in a refugee camp before moving to the United States. Arriving in San &hellip...Read More