This One's For the Girls: "My hopes are to inspire other girls through The First Tee"

Categories: Girls Golf, I am the First Tee

Cameryn Smith, an outstanding young leader and junior golfer from The First Tee of Brunswick County, has a passion for girls golf. After attending The First Tee Outstanding Participant & Leadership Summit in 2013, she applied the leadership and presentation skills she learned to help build up he...

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Alumnus Adam Addams: How The First Tee, Golf and STEM Intertwine

Categories: I am the First Tee, Life Skills, Uncategorized

Like many junior golfers, Adam Addams, an alumnus of The First Tee of Greater Chicago, loves math, loves golf and loves The First Tee. Adam is combining his passions to advocate for The First Tee STEM Links--a new youth program that leads participants through experiments that align Science, Techn...

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Michelle Xie: A Fun Twist on Auntie Anne's and The First Tee

Categories: I am the First Tee, Life Skills

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. 16-Oct. 19 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. During the three-day forum, participants attend interactive sessions covering career and ...

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Pedro Ortiz is Ready to Write His Future

Categories: I am the First Tee, Life Skills

At the heart of The First Tee are many young people with inspiring stories. Participant Pedro Ortiz from The First Tee of Monterey County had the incredible opportunity to share his story at the 2014 Trustee dinner for The First Tee board members–in front of dignitaries including Honorary Chair Pr...

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The Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach is More Than Just a Game—It’s a Game-Changer

Categories: Life Skills, PURE Insurance Championship, Uncategorized

 ~ From Joe Louis Barrow, Jr., chief executive officer of The First Tee The Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach is one of the most exciting events for The First Tee and eighty-one of our participants. Entering its 11th year, this tournament has given more than 550 young people from more ...

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