Welcome to The First Tee of Northeast Wisconsin
What We Do:
Our Mission To impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that promote character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.Learn more about our chapter
What’s new at The First Tee of Northeast Wisconsin
The First Tee of Northeast Wisconsin has provided programming for 5,006 this year!
The First Tee of Northeast Wisconsin has provided programming
for 5,006 youth in 2013. In addition to teaching life skills and
The Nine Core ValuesTM through golf at schools and five program locations, we brought over 170 at risk youth to the golf course last summer!
All our at risk programming is supported by individuals and businesses who want to give youth in our community an opportunity to learn life skills and grow in character through the game of golf. Over 1,700 youth have benefited from their generosity. We look forward to a great 2014 season!
If you would like to sponsor a youth in one of our programs, please click on the Donation side bar and please support and thank our wonderful sponsors:
Chapter NewsREGISTRATION FOR SUMMER CLASSES HAS BEGUN! » Benefit Golf Outing to be held at Oneida CC on June 30th » Pete Mogg to head The First Tee at Peninsula Park Golf Course »
Home Office NewsThe First Tee Launches STEM Program » Poppy Hills Joins Pebble Beach as Host for Nature Valley First Tee Open » Wells Fargo Launches Succeeding Together Video Contest »
In a past independent research study of The First Tee, 73% of young people at participating chapters reported high confidence in their ability to do well academically and 52% credited the program fort their ability to appreciate diversity.Read More »
The First Tee believes young people in our community are our future leaders. Our programs impact youth and expose them to core values like respect, integrity and perseverance.Join Our Program »
How We Help
One-third of young people say they lack adult role models. The First Tee provides quality youth programs that include adult mentors and safe places.About Us »