Meet the 2019 Summer Interns

Categories: Blog, In The Community, Youth Programs

The First Tee of Greater Richmond’s annual summer internship program is kicking off June 10th! We are thrilled to welcome ten college students to our chapter for a summer of coaching and mentoring our youth. The Summer Internship Program will: introduce interns to inspiring young people; deve...

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Values Instilled in Participant Tia MacDonald

Categories: Blog, In The Community, Youth Programs

The First Tee of Greater Richmond is proud of participants seeking outside opportunities to highlight their golf skills but with great excitement, we highlight participants expressing the life skills learned in our programs in other aspects of life. Tia MacDonald, Par Participant, sought an opportun...

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A Message From Our CEO

Categories: Blog, Donors, In The Community, Youth Programs

The First Tee of Greater Richmond is strengthening the character of our community by providing programs that build resilience in our youth, teach critical life skills, and provide caring adult supervision in a safe environment. All of our programs are based on The First Tee Nine Core Values, which a...

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Hampton Roads Wins The 2018 Redmond Cup

Categories: Blog, Donors, Special Events, Youth Programs

The Redmond Cup wrapped up at Salisbury Country Club on Wednesday, August 8th. In its 8th consecutive year, the event serves as a platform for participants of The First Tee from around the mid-Atlantic region to exhibit sportsmanship and fellowship in a friendly competition. The Redmond Cup Partici...

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Meet Our 2018 Summer Interns

Categories: Blog, In The Community, Youth Programs

The First Tee of Greater Richmond’s Summer Internship Program is in its fourth year! Summer Interns are responsible for helping to guide and coach young people to become responsible citizens and active golfers through the delivery of daily life skill and golf instruction in summer camp. The S...

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Winter’s Harsh Reality

Categories: Blog, Donors, In The Community, Youth Programs

Last fall, the Elson Redmond Memorial Driving Range re-opened after receiving a $1.2 million facelift which included renovations to the clubhouse, the addition of two TrackMan 4 simulators, reshaping and re-sodding of the driving range, and converting the greens on course to Champion Bermuda grass. ...

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