The First Tee of Greater San Antonio Specialty Programs
The First Tee of Greater San Antonio has many specialty programs for you and your children. We have classes for Tiny Tigers (5 – 7 year olds), a LPGA*USGA Girls Golf Program (6 – 18 years old), a Homeschool Program (8 – 18 years old) and much more. Check out the latest 2019 Spring Schedules and register today!
For more information about The First Tee of Greater San Antonio Specialty Programs, you can contact Patrick Kisomanga at (210) 736-8701, firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Specialty Program Spring Schedule
|Start||End||Type of Class||Day of the Week||Time||Location||Length||Cap||Recommended Age|
|5/9||6/6||Tiny Tigers||Thursday||5:30pm – 6:30pm||The First Tee Learning Center||5-week||20||5-7|
Tiny Tigers INtro Level 5 – 7 yr olds
Tiny Tigers Program is an introduction level to The First Tee of Greater San Antonio. The program was developed to introduce young people (ages 5 – 7 yrs old) to golf in a safe environment that promotes curiosity about the game while integrating essential links between golf and life skills seamlessly. It utilizes modified equipment to provide young, inexperienced golfers with a safe learning environment. These early, positive experiences are designed to help young people develop an immediate interest in opportunities available at The First Tee, as well as a life-long interest in the game of golf.
LPGA*USGA Girls Golf of San Antonio
The only national initiative of its kind, Girls Golf is administered through a partnership between The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Foundation and the United States Golf Association (USGA), both non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organizations.
With more than 250 Girls Golf programs in communities across the country, Girls Golf members receive golf instruction overseen by LPGA and PGA teaching professionals who are equipped to take participants from beginner to advanced players. Girls Golf programs also focus on inspiring girls to feel confident, build positive self-esteem and live active and healthy lifestyles by incorporating the “Five E’s of Girls Golf” into their curriculum.