Returning StudenT

The First Tee of San Francisco never wants cost to be the reason why a student cannot participate in programming. For those who are in need of financial assistance, please contact Miguel Llemos at Adminsm@tftsf.org.

Returning Participants/Parents:

  • If you are returning participant/parent, your email that was previously used in our old registration platform will be the same email pre-programmed for this system.
  • We suggest you login with your email address and use the FORGOT PASSWORD link in the Log In section. By using this link, you will receive an email link that will allow you to create a new password. Please check your SPAM/JUNK folder if you don’t receive it.
  • Your child should be pre-programmed into your account when you login.  If your child isn’t shown under participants, go ahead and add a new participant.
  • When your account is created sign up for their respective class based on the class listing schedule.

*If you are unable to create an account through this method, go ahead and create a new account and we can link them later.*

PARENT PORTAL

Certification

1) When is my child eligible?

After 2 full sessions at The First Tee

2) What is the assessment comprised of?

Written test
Interview
Full Swing
Putting

3) How does my child sign up?

After each session, the lead coach will announce available dates
Sign up for a specific date and time

4) How long does it take?

The entire assessment generally takes an hour
Half will be in The First Tee Classroom/ Half at The First Tee Range

Available Class Levels

1) Little Linksters

Ages 6-7
Basics of golf; balance, making good impact, golf terms, and good etiquette.
“9 Core Values, “Responsibility, Confidence, Judgment, Integrity, Sportsmanship, Respect, Perseverance, Courtesy, and Honesty.

2) Rookie

Ages 8-10
Basics of golf; grip, aim, posture, distance control, and ball position.
Building interpersonal skills: how to meet someone new, being patient, being positive, asking for help, and staying calm on and off the golf course.

3) Junior Class

Ages 11-13
Basics of golf; grip, aim, posture, distance control, and ball position.
Building interpersonal skills: how to meet someone new, being patient, being positive, asking for help, and staying calm on and off the golf course.

4) Par II

Ages 8-12
Basics of golf; grip, aim, posture, distance control, and ball position.
Building interpersonal skills: how to meet someone new, being patient, being positive, asking for help, and staying calm on and off the golf course.

5) Birdie 1

Ages 8-10
Specific golf skills; chipping, distance control, trajectory, and pre shot routine.
Goal setting: defining goals and dreams, deciding which goals are important to you, being specific with goals and creating a goal ladder to achieve those set goals

6) Birdie 2

Ages 11-13
Specific golf skills; chipping, distance control, trajectory, and pre shot routine.
Goal setting: defining goals and dreams, deciding which goals are important to you, being specific with goals and creating a goal ladder to achieve those set goals

 

7) Eagle

Ages 13-17
Course management skills and are interested in perhaps playing golf competitively, at the high school or college level.
Leadership skills

NCGA

1) For a cost of $20.00 (regularly $55.00), returning students can receive an NCGA Membership for the calendar year.

2) As an NCGA member, your child will receive a membership number to establish a golf handicap as well as discounted rates at over 120 Northern California Golf Courses.

3) For more details please visit www.ncgafoundation.org