Finding Family at The First Tee

Categories: Blog

Watch Dylan’s story on Golf Channel Family: A group of people (related or not); often held together by bonds of devotion and shared values and goals. At The First Tee, one of our Nine Healthy Habits is family. Families are vitally important in providing the first social interactions for a young...

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First Tee of Utah and SLCPD partnering for youth golf program

Categories: Blog, In the News

By Mike Sorensen Deseret News The First Tee of Utah is partnering with the Salt Lake City Police Department and Glendale Golf Course in a 10-week program that will provide kids the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of golf while learning life skills. The program will pair police officers with ch...

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How to React to Challenging Situations

Categories: Blog, The First Tee Nine Core Values
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We all face challenges in life. Whether it is a sport like golf or life in general, few goals are ever achieved without encountering some obstacles along the way. Part of our mission at The First Tee is to equip youth to deal with challenges, no matter how big or small. Youth in our junior golf pr...

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How is Golf Different from Other Sports?

Categories: Blog, The First Tee Nine Core Values

There are many misconceptions about golf. At The First Tee, we have heard them all: Golf isn’t a sport Golf is boring Golf is all luck, no skill Golfers are not real athletes To help change the perception of golf, here are nine ways we think golf is different from other sports. THE TOP 9 …...

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The First Tee’s Role in Sports and Physical Activity

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Participation in sports and physical activity continues to decline among young people, yet we know there are many health, educational, social and psychological benefits to ongoing participation. Here are five ways coaches at The First Tee create healthy environments for young people engaging in s...

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