The First Tee of Yakima Helps Participants Overcome Medical Condition

“If you can put your mind to it, you can do it” has become the motto for the Cortez siblings at The First Tee of Yakima. 

All three children were born with Holt-Oram syndrome, also known as hand and heart syndrome, which is a disorder affecting bones in the arms and hands. The Golf Channel aired a heart-felt feature story about their life-long condition and how The First Tee has given them the confidence to overcome obstacles in their life on and off the golf course. 

The First Tee of Maine plans Free Girl Golf Day

Junior girls will have the opportunity to play golf and to have instruction by local pros and current college players. Learn More »

Young Participant has a Bright Future

Freshman participant Madeline Zunino is not only a leader on the golf course but also in her community and her high school. She says that the The First Tee of San Joaquin has been a huge impact on her life. Learn More »

New Participant Overcomes Obstacles with Golf

Nicholas Croom shares that his favorite Core Value is perseverance which is fitting because he has had to do that his entire life. Learn More »

2015 Champion Challenge Recap

Over 300 fourth grade champions, volunteers and PE teachers attended the 2015 Champion Challenge hosted by The First Tee of Greater Charlotte. Learn More »

Careers on Course Program Continues for The First Tee Teens

The program provides hands-on experience and leadership skills for The First Tee participants as they prepare for a career in golf course management. Learn More »

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