Robin “Awesome” Dawson from The First Tee of Ireland won the Irish Boys Amateur Open Championship after a dramatic three-hole playoff with England’s Marco Penge at Lisburn Golf Club in Northern Ireland. Robin remained composed and focused, needing two putts at the end to secure the Championsh...Read More
making a difference
At First Tee we strive to not only make good golfers, but better people. Participants and alumni across the country talk about what 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.
The First Tee and Auntie Anne’s partnered to create the Auntie Anne’s Leaders & Entrepreneurs Forum that took place in Orlando, Fla. from Oct. 31-Nov. 3 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. Lauren Welch, a participant of The First Tee of Nashville, was one of 49 teens chosen to attend...Read More
The First Tee and Auntie Anne’s partnered to create the Auntie Anne’s Leaders & Entrepreneurs Forum that took place in Orlando, Fla. from Oct. 31-Nov. 3 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. Lisa Fullerton, Franchise Partner of Auntie Anne’s, was asked to be a guest panelist...Read More
In 2011, former President George W. Bush was named The First Tee’s honorary chair. He succeeded his father, former President George H. W. Bush, who served as The First Tee’s honorary chair since the organization’s inception in 1997....Read More
First generation college students at California State University, Monterey Bay are making an impact by giving their time through a program called Pay It Forward. Through this program, the students are mentoring junior golfers at The First Tee of Monterey County....Read More