OVERVIEW

Our program maintains age-appropriate subject matter at each level and offers enhanced and extended instruction at all levels.

  • Students ages 5 through high school age can participate
  • Instruction and practice at Fairway Hills Golf Club
  • Registrations are accepted on a first come/first serve basis, with a percentage of spaces reserved for participants in economic need

Financial aid is available upon registration. The registration fee or financial aid request must be included at the time of application.

FIRST TEE POLICIES

If a class is full, our registration software (Salesforce) will generate a waiting list. For safety reasons, we will not exceed our participant to coach ration of 6 to 1. You will be contacted by our registration system if a space becomes available before the first class session. If that does not happen within a few days of the first class, you are strongly encouraged to select another session for your participant. If you register late or decide to come in the day of the first class and the class is full we will not be able to accommodate you in that session unless there is an open space.

If a student is going to miss a class, we cannot provide a make-up in another class at the same level since that class may not be taught at the same pace and may be full itself.

We ask that you schedule your arrivals for class at least 10 minutes early. In that way we can take care of registration and have the class ready to begin at its appointed hour for the convenience and enjoyment of all participants.

For the protection of your participants, parents or guardians are required to sign their participants in and our for each class session. Students who are being picked up after their session will be asked to wait either on the veranda area or in The First Tee Learning Center, and must be signed out and picked up by a person specified in advance.

Students will be issued a shirt and cap on the first day of their session of the calendar year (which will be used for any subsequent sessions that year). The shirt (tucked in) and cap shall be worn at all classes. Parents should provide hydration, snacks if necessary, and outerwear when dictated by the weather. Pants, skirts or shorts with pockets are preferred, as well as proper athletic footwear. Shower shoes and sandals should be avoided.