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.

Attending 3M Championship builds excitment for Nature Valley First Tee Open participant

Categories: I am the First Tee, PURE Insurance Championship

I’m very excited for the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach approaching us in just a few weeks. Recently, I was provided the awesome experience to walk inside the ropes during Round 1 of the 3M Championship at the TPC Twin Cities, in Blaine, Minnesota. I had the opportunity to follow...

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From Participant to Intern: Why I Love the The First Tee

Categories: Girls Golf, I am the First Tee, Uncategorized

Interning in the communications department for The First Tee home office has not only allowed me to complete my college graduation requirements, but also, I have observed the passion that the home office staff has for this organization. I now have a full understanding why the programs are so success...

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Meet Jack: August’s PGA TOUR Superstore Super Kid

Categories: I am the First Tee

The PGA TOUR Superstore is a generous corporate partner of The First Tee, committed to strengthening our mission and brand. The PGA TOUR Superstore’s Super Kids program honors outstanding junior golfers participating in The First Tee chapters around the country. PGA TOUR Superstore donate...

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Remi Mandell: A Junior Golfer with a Cause

Categories: Girls Golf, I am the First Tee, National School Program

Remi Mandell, a 16 year old junior golfer with a cause, has given many young people in her community the opportunity to experience golf within their P.E. classes. Remi wanted to find a way to offer the game of golf to children in her local area so they could share the same enjoyment of the … ...

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