Junior Golf Clinics

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Thursday - The First Tee After School
8/28/14 - 5/28/15 4:00pm-5:30pm
$10 - All Levels / Ages 5-18

Saturday - The First Tee Advanced Level
Year-round 12:30pm-2:30pm
$20 - Pars, Birdies, Eagles

Saturday - The First Tee Clinic
Year-round 3:00pm-5:00pm
$20 - Players and Pars

Sunday - The First Tee Joe Roach Clinic
Year-round 2:00pm-4:00pm
$10 - Players and Pars

Junior Clinic Components

  • Golf Instructions
  • On course instructions
  • Video Analysis
  • First Tee Nine Core Values & Life Skills
  • First Tee Nine Healthy Habits
  • Rules & Etiquette
  • Golf-Specific Fitness

About The First Tee Certification Levels

  • PLAYer: The PLAYer is the introductory level of The First Tee Life Skills Experience.  Participants, age 5-18, who are new to The First Tee should be registered for this level.  PLAYer teaches participants how to play the game with special emphasis on learning golf, The First Tee Code of Conduct and The First Tee Nine Core Values™.  These interpersonal skills will help participants develop much more than just their golf game.
  • Par: The Par Level builds on the PLAYer level by introducing participants to life skills that will help them both on and off the golf course.  The main focus of the Par Level is to assist participants in acquiring several self-management techniques and interpersonal skills that will help them in managing their thoughts, emotions, and behavior in order to perform well both on and off the golf course.
  • Birdie: The Birdie Level focuses primarily on goal setting.  The Birdie Level curriculum teaches developing goals, goal ladders (plans/steps to achieving goals) and how to deal with challenges when faced with adversity.  The golf skills focus on advanced putting and short game skills, course management and more intensive instruction in the rules of golf.  Students will develop goals for their golf game and work to achieve them.
  • Eagle: The Eagle Level focuses on health and wellness, building a support team, dealing with conflicts, appreciating diversity, and planning for the future.  Students will focus on getting the most out of their practice sessions, learning to self-check their swings, improving accuracy and course management.