Events

After School Program

The First Tee of the Grand Strand has expanded its After School & Saturday programs to 2 new sites on the Grand Strand totaling 8 Program locations. Students from 7-14 years of age are invited to register for the 8 weekly Spring session that will run from the third week of March through early May.

In addition to last year’s sessions at Willbrook Golf Club, Crown Park, The Legends, Eagle Nest, Cane Patch Par 3, Shaftesbury Glen, we have added the Hackler Course at CCU and Wachesaw Plantation to our After School & Saturday programming.
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2015 Fall Par 3 Make-Up Day

Photo Gallery from our Fall Par 3 Make-Up day at Cane Patch & Tupelo Bay. Saturday November 21st, 2015
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Champions Challenge

The Scott Marlowe The First Tee The Grand Strand National School Program Champions' Challenge was held at Wedgefield Plantation Golf Club, Georgetown, Thursday, May 21.  The competition among the 11 Georgetown County elementary schools is named in honor of former Wedgefield owner, and First Tee supporter, Scott Marlowe.
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Future Generations Tournament at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club

The First Tee of The Grand Strand's 3rd Annual Future Generations Tournament 2015 Todd Weldon Memorial, hosted by Kelly Tilghman & Charlie Rymer of The Golf Channel will be held on Tuesday, July 28th at Caledonia Golf and Fish Club.
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Spring 2016 After School & Saturday Session

Spring 2016 After School & Saturday Registration available
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Home Office Highlights

Participant Opportunities

The First Tee home office offers a variety of unique opportunities to participants that further their golf, life skills and leadership experience.
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A/B Honor Roll

The First Tee recognizes outstanding academic achievement of all participants through its A/B Honor Roll program.
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Nature Valley First Tee Open

The Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach showcases the talent and character of young people who participate at The First Tee chapters worldwide.
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