The First Tee of Greater Austin relies heavily on volunteer support to make our programs successful. We offer programs for our participants year-round and have a wide range of opportunities to get involved. Most of our golf volunteer positions do not require golf experience. We provide our volunteers with the training and support necessary to have a successful volunteer experience.
Below are the times, dates, and locations of our Spring Programming Schedule. We would love to have you join our team as a coach or volunteer. If you are interested and available please contact Jennifer MacCurrach at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit our volunteer application form to find out more information at https://www.thefirstteeaustin.org/ways-to-give/volunteer/
5501 Ed Bluestein, Austin, TX 78723, Austin, TX 78723, US
A local chapter of The First Tee National Organization, The First Tee of Greater Austin's vision is based on the unwavering belief that: 1. We can enrich kids' lives with lessons taught through the game of golf. It is our goal that participants not only learn the life-long game of golf, but that they also acquire personal assets--such as resiliency, self-worth and a sense of integrity and responsibility--which will help them develop long-term physical, mental and social health. 2. Kids from all walks of life should have a place to learn and play. Consequently, our purpose is to introduce kids of all walks of life to the game of golf; and to create facilities and programs that make golf more affordable and accessible. 3. The First Tee of Greater Austin is in need of good mentor/coaches to help teach these valuable lessons in our weekly golf lessons.
The First Tee of Greater Austin is a nationally-affiliated, PGA, LPGA, Augusta National Golf Course, PGA America and USGA endorsed not-for-profit organization that strives to:
Make the seemingly exclusive game of golf all inclusive, accessible and fun for Austin-area elementary, middle and high school youth Develop in each child life skills related to interpersonal communication, goal setting, healthy behaviors, dealing with adversity and problem solving Recruit, manage and develop the best coaches, mentors and volunteers available Offer a curriculum that advocates continual development, and measures the success and improvement of each child, as well as the program itself Build strong relationships with all those involved including kids, parents, schools, partners, sponsors and volunteers
Children & Youth
Sports & Recreation
Sat Feb 13, 2021 - Fri May 14, 2021
Harvey Penick Golf Campus5501 Ed Bluestein BlvdAustin, TX78723
March 30, 2021
Must be at least 16
Orientation or Training
While we know you may not be able to make it to all 12 classes in the session, we'd love to have you as often as your schedule allows.