Volunteer Coach Opportunities

Click on the location below to see volunteer opportunities at each location.

ROCKWOOD Fall Classes

SQUAW CREEK Fall Classes

BENBROOK Fall Classes

Current Grid and VOLUNTEER Coach Schedules

Fall Schedule

Player Lesson Plans for Weekly Classes

Week 1 – Welcome and Showing Respect
Week 2 – Courtesy Towards Others
Week 3 – Responsibility for the Course
Week 4 – Honesty of Players and Modeling Sportsmanship
Week 5 – Developing Confidence
Week 6 – Using Good Judgment
Week 7 – Playing with Perseverance
Week 8 – Living with Integrity

Coaches Training Resource Page for those in our coaching program


The First Tee Golf Knowledge Curriculum and Rules:

The First Tee Golf Knowledge curriculum has been updated by The First Tee home office. This is the current updated golf knowledge and rules for each of the life skill levels. The following links will take you to the newly developed golf knowledge curriculum for each of the life skill levels. Player, Par, Birdie, Eagle.

Current Curriculum Grids

The Curriculum Grids were created to enhance our programming through more consistency and increased knowledge of The First Tee coaching philosophy and the associated building blocks. Feel free to explore the grids and discover how we actually deliver our life skills experience and outreach program. In the grids, you will find links to videos of the activities, diagrams to the activities, and a link to our lesson plan data base containing all of the lesson plans in use at all of our locations.

       Adult Curriculum 2019 Google Sheets

       Adult Curriculum 2019 PDF

       Curriculum Grid Generic 2020 Google Sheets

       Curriculum Grid Generic 2020 PDF

       Outreach Curriculum Grid (PDF)

Outreach Curriculum Grid (Google Sheets)

       Additional PE Games and Diagrams (Google Sheets)

Healthy Habits: “The First Tee Nine Healthy Habits were created through collaboration among The First Tee, ANNIKA Foundation and Florida Hospital for Children to promote healthy, active lifestyles of young people.”