schools can register now for the 2019 Winter program
The First Tee of Tulsa would love to come to your PE class for a day to introduce your students to the game of golf and it’s inherent values. Any school interested in this free of charge opportunity please contact Austin Quinten by phone 918-591-4168 or email email@example.com to get more information or to set up a date. Our winter program is available during January and February. Contact us ASAP because days and times and filling up quickly.
National School Program
The First Tee of Tulsa is proud to welcome Oaks Mission School in Oaks, Oklahoma and Horace Mann in Hominy, Oklahoma to our National School Program which will begin in the fall of 2016. Their addition will bring the grand total to 12 NSP schools sponsored by The First Tee of Tulsa supporters and corporate sponsors. At the present time we are impacting students at 10 Tulsa area schools Sequoyah Elementary, McAuliff Elementary, Lanier Elementary, Robertson Elementary, Park Elementary, Jackson Elementary, Walt Whitman Elementary, Academy Central Elementary, Emerson Elementary and Carver. If any school in Northeastern Oklahoma would like to apply for the National School Program please contact: Janice Gibson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our program operates year round: spring, summer, fall and winter. The spring, summer and fall sessions are held at Mohawk Park Golf Course. During the month of July we also use Page Belcher for programing. The winter session is a program taken into area schools exposing The First Tee, the game of golf and life skills to students.
Winter Program 2016
This winter 2016, The First Tee of Tulsa reached out to 2,612 students to bring golf and life skills to18 local and surrounding schools.
The First Tee of Tulsa Leadership Program
The First Tee of Tulsa Leadership Program is a unique program in which we ask our advanced PLAYers to lead stations and help junior PLAYers during class. This allows our older members to develop confidence and leadership skills and for our younger golfers to have a positive role model.
A definite win-win for all.