Looking for fun and creative ways to stay engaged at home? We’ve got you covered!
At First Tee, there’s never an “off-season” when it comes to keeping our minds working and thinking about golf and life skills. To that aim, we’ve developed a collection of resources for the whole family.
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First Tee at Home
Golf Skills & Drills
Our coaches have put their heads (and hands) together to create some great material for young golfers, including a “How To” series from advanced players and the 14 Swing Principles of the PGA in ways that golfers of all abilities can understand. We will be adding drills and ideas you can try at home to improve in each one of these areas.
Get into the minds of advanced golfers and learn how they play their best. And in this series, we spotlight golfers you may know: our coaches, ACE members, and local instructors and golf professionals!
The PGA of America outlines 14 primary swing principles that are essential to any golf swing, and our coaches have developed video tutorials for each of the principles.
Book and Movie Recommendations
With all the time we are spending at home, it’s a great opportunity to catch up on some reading, and especially about golf! We’ve listed some of the best golf books and movies of all time, so check it out and let us know which ones you enjoy the most.
Fitness Fun Plan
Our friends at the First Tee of the Southeast Wisconsin put together this awesome fitness fun plan to keep you moving while at home. Print it out and track your progress each week.
Girls’ Golf Activities
Looking for some fun distractions and ways to keep golf in your life while practicing safe social distancing? Girls’ Golf is here to help you create your own Home On The Range. Check back for additional home activity ideas for kids and families to utilize in the coming weeks (including Girls Golf coloring sheets, indoor golf tips, crafts, books/movies, etc).
Use your detective skills to find a variety of golf-related words, including the First Tee Nine Core Values and terms such as flagstick, putter and divot.
Unpack jumbled words to reveal common golf terms.
Put your thinking cap on and use golf-themed clues to fill in the blanks.
Take out your crayons or colored pencils and show us your artistic ability. Get creative and add some color to golf characters and more.
Picture identification, quizzes and more.
Have fun, stay active, and stay safe!