Girls Golf

First Tee – Greater Seattle partners with the LPGA*USGA Girls Golf program to offer a Girls Club format for our golf and life skills classes. Girls Club seeks to promote a positive environment for girls ages 7 to 18 years old to build healthy self-esteem while learning the game of golf. With the help of strong female coaches, mentors and role models, participants are safe to learn in a girl-friendly environment that promotes confidence in self-expression. On average, girls are twice as likely to have dropped out of sports entirely by the age of 14. At Girls Golf, First Tee creates an environment where girls can excel in the sport of golf and are encouraged to explore the many opportunities the sport provides.

Girls’ Golf Classes at First Tee

We currently offer LPGA*USGA Girls Golf at 4 facilities: Auburn, Jefferson Park, Jackson Park, and Crossroads Par-3.

Spring, Summer, and Fall classes are available along with a host of other girl-friendly activities.

For more information, please contact us at [email protected].

Girls Golf classes are open to all ages, 7 and up. All classes incorporate the Key Commitments and Life Skills, but also focus on the Five E’s: Empower, Enrich, Engage, Exercise and Energize!

LPGA*USGA Girls’ Golf

All girls in First Tee are eligible to sign up for a membership in LPGA*USGA Girls’ Golf. The free, annual membership includes Girls’ Golf gear and access to both local and national special events. Download the LPGA*USGA Girls Golf app in the App Store or in the Google Play Store.

Revisit our past events!



10/26 Bring-a-Friend Day


6/20 Girls Golf Play Day @ Jefferson Park Golf Course


4/24 Huddle up with the UW Huskies



5/1 | Huddle up with the UW Huskies (Zoom Clinic – 1 hour)



4/28 | Huddle up with UW Huskies



7/28 | Girls’ Golf Play Day with the LPGA Amateur Golf Association


4/28 | Huddle up with UW Huskies

4/21 | UW Huskies Field Trip to Broadmoor GC



7/22 | Girls’ Golf Play Day with the EWGA


4/29 | Huddle up with UW Huskies



10/29 | Girls’ Golf Play Day with the Seattle U Redhawks