Golf in Schools.

Welcome to Golf in Schools

Golf in Schools is a national golf enrichment program that offers after-school classes and camps for school-aged children (Pre K-8th). Our programs are conducted on school, rec center, and learning center campuses, and can be held outside, as well as indoors.

Our mission is to promote children’s physical, social, and emotional development through the game of golf. We create golf learning opportunities for children of all ages and backgrounds, while providing fun, energetic environments for children to learn and benefit from the many enriching lessons inherent in the game.

 

Latest News

Golf in Schools Article in the Hays Free Press

August 19, 2014

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Golf in Schools Portland Partners with Web.com Tour

December 11, 2013

Golf in Schools Portland has recently partnered with the Web.com Tour’s Portland Open to bring[...]


Our Programs

Our programs allow children to engage in physical activity around a sport they can enjoy for a lifetime. In addition, lessons incorporate valuable life lessons including, honesty, integrity, good sportsmanship, and goal setting.

  • Schools enjoy working with us because we provide an extension of the education they deliver to children.
  • Parents are attracted to our classes because we offer a fun, skill-building program that children LOVE!
  • Kids love our classes for the skills, games, contests and success they experience in every session. The proof of our program is the smiles, skills, and enthusiasm of student participants.

Each lesson in our multi-level curriculum focuses on a golf skill as well as a life skill. Students walk away from our classes having learned important pre-swing and swing fundamentals.  They also learn about the rules of the game, etiquette, elements of a golf hole, and important life skills like honesty and having a great attitude.

                                                        

 

Tips & Articles

Weekly Video Tip with Coach A!

December 26, 2013

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Process vs Results

July 31, 2012