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Prices vary based on class level. “golferships”are available for any family facing financial challenges.
Fees includes equipment, program materials and instruction.
Classes meet 1x per week for about 1 hour.
Sessions are 6-8 weeks long dependent on weather.
no refunds – credit ONly
Parents must notify The First Tee of The Jersey Shore of a credit request by contacting Program Director Pam Boccaccio in writing via e-mail at email@example.com Credits will not be given once the first class has been concluded.
Why JOin the First TEe?
Golf and life lessons are seamlessly interwoven into The First Tee curriculums at every level of the program. From age 4 through 18, kids progress through different levels by demonstrating The First Tee Nine Core Values, life and golf skills and passing an assessment.
The levels are outlined below – please register your child for Pee Wee Putters (ages 4-6) PLAYer (ages 7-11) level or Teens on the Tee (12+) if they are new to the program. If your child is a returning participant and you have questions about their level, please contact our Program Director, Pam Boccaccio.
Pee Wee Putters (ages 4-6) – Age appropriate introduction to golf with fun games designed to encourage interest and build confidence.
Pee Wee Putters Advanced (ages 4-6) Continuation of Pee Wee Putters curriculum designed to build golf skill and to introduce the rules of the game. (Must successfully complete Pee Wee 1&2)
PLAYer (ages 7-11) & Teens on the Tee (12 +) Beginners tee up for the first time and learn the game of golf and core values. (No prerequisite)
Par – Focus on interpersonal and self-management skills on and off the course. (Must successfully pass the PLAYer certification test)
Birdie – Emphasis on setting goals and making them a reality. (Must successfully pass the Par certification test)
Eagle – Learn resilience, conflict resolution, and future planning. (Must successfully pass the Birdie certification test)
Ace – Put it all together and hone in on setting goals, career education, and giving back to the community. (Requires Coach approval)