Meet & Greet with Kassie Zamora

This month, we’re catching up with Kassie Zamora, an Eagle-level player with The First Tee of Howard County who has been part of our program for the last six years, along with her two sisters, Karlie and Kara.
Q: Why did you first get involved with The First Tee of Howard County?
A: My younger sister, Karlie, wanted to try The First Tee so I decided to go along with her.
Kassie with her sister, Karlie
Q: Did playing with The First Tee motivate you to get involved with your school’s golf team? 
A: I joined the golf team at North County High School this year as a sophomore to play on the team with my sister. We were two of three girls on the golf team.
Q: What has been your favorite experience with The First Tee?
A: The extra Girls Golf events and special events like Mother-Daughter and Father-Daughter Golf have been the most memorable to me. Night Golf is a good time, too!
Q: What’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned from participating in The First Tee?
A: Learning to play golf with different people.
Q: How do you see your experience with The First Tee impacting your future?
A: I think The First Tee will give me a better chance of being able to play college golf.
Q: What would you tell other students who are considering getting involved?
A: Make sure you know all of the mandatory requirements and be sure that it fits in your schedule. There are also weekly homework and playing tests, as well as tests on the rules and core values at the end.
Thank you, Kassie, for sharing your experience with us!