Welcome to The First Tee of The Palm Beaches

What We Do:

The First Tee of The Palm Beaches is a youth development organization founded in 1988. Our curriculum teaches The First Tee Nine Core Values™; using the game of golf as the vehicle.

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Nine Core ValuesTM Honesty
Nine Core ValuesTM Integrity
Nine Core ValuesTM Sportsmanship
Nine Core ValuesTM Respect
Nine Core ValuesTM Confidence
Nine Core ValuesTM Responsibility
Nine Core ValuesTM Perseverance
Nine Core ValuesTM Courtesy
Nine Core ValuesTM Judgment

What’s new at The First Tee of The Palm Beaches

Register Now: Summer Camps 2015!

How will your children spend their summer? They could learn about the great game of golf...and gain important life skills through The First Tee’s summer camps.
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2015 Drive, Chip & Putt Qualifiers

The Masters Tournament, United States Golf Association (USGA) and the PGA of America announces that qualifying registration is now officially open!
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Shopping on Amazon?

When first visiting AmazonSmile, customers are prompted to select a charitable organization. For eligible purchases at AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to our chapter.
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CHAPTER PARTICIPANTS HANG OUT WITH SERGIO

Participants from our chapter recently filmed the newest PSA for The First Tee with Sergio Garcia.

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Want to learn what The First Tee is all about and has to offer?

Please CLICK HERE to review our Parents Guide.

How We Help

One-third of young people say they lack adult role models. The First Tee provides quality youth programs that include adult mentors and safe places.

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Our Impact

The First Tee believes young people in our community are our future leaders. Our programs impact youth and expose them to core values like respect, integrity and perseverance.

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Research Validates

In a past independent research study of The First Tee, 73% of young people at participating chapters reported high confidence in their ability to do well academically and 52% credited the program for their ability to appreciate diversity.

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