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Tee to Green Program.

Think about a time when you were exposed to new experiences and it unlocked your mind
to new possibilities.

The Tee to Green program aims to create exposure opportunities in golf that instills important life skills and develop greater self confidence. The program is designed to introduce a cohort of 10-15 young adults (boys and girls, ages 12-18)  to the game of golf through fundamental instructional training (in-person and virtual), participation in golf caddie apprenticeship training, and a virtual STEM and financial literacy education program.

Golf Lessons.

Learning how to play golf requires an active mind and body. We will teach the fundamentals of golf with fun and educational activities designed to develop an appreciation for and understanding of golf, and to build greater self confidence on and off the course.

Caddie Apprenticeship Program.

In partnership with Golf. My Future. My Game, a DC based non-profit, the youth cohort will learn the requisite skills to get summer jobs as golf caddies.They will learn the rules and regulations of golf, how to read putting greens, how to score, and how to replace bunkers and divots via an online training manual.

Financial Education Programming.

Adolescence is a critical transition period when young people move from childhood to adult responsibilities. Our goal is to equip young adults with the proper skills necessary to be financially successful and to learn and adapt healthy money management habits.

STEM Education Program.

For every golfer, understanding something about angles, aerodynamics, and engineering can take your game to lofty new heights. And it’s not just on the greens and fairways, but in life. The same know-how that golfers use to elevate their game can also put kids on a path to success.


Interested in introducing your kids to golf and developing import life skills along the way?

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