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LPGA*USGA Girls Golf

We believe girls can do anything they set their minds to, which is why we can teach them more than just the game of golf, we inspire them for the game of life too.

Click Here to sign up for Free. Register by July 1st to Receive a welcome Kit.

The Five E’s of Girls Golf

The “Five E’s” support our mission and give Girls Golf programs the opportunity to focus on teaching vital life skills that are specific to development for participants like developing confidence, finding their own voice, identifying their talents, and inspiring them to live active and healthy lifestyles.

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We EMPOWER by offering quality golf instructions where they can learn and understand the fundamentals of the game.

We ENRICH by expanding their minds with deeper understanding and knowledge of the rules, history and thought behind the game of golf.

We ENGAGE and encourage participants to give back and make a difference in their communities.

We EXERCISE their minds and bodies by inspiring them to develop healthy habits and confidence to live a happy lifestyle.

                                                                                    We ENERGIZE with excitement by sharing the same love for the game of golf and enhancing their talents.

Girls Golf 2019 Lessons


Date Time Location Make-up


Friday May 10th & 17th 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Lost Marsh May 24th $30
Friday May 31st & June 7th* 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Lost Marsh June 14th $30
Friday June 21st & 28th** 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Lost Marsh July 12th $30

*Bring a Friend Day – Girls can bring a friend (for free) with them to join class, ** Kite Flying Day


Event Day(s) Date Time Location Make-up Cost
Girls Golf Vision Day Saturday Jan. 19th 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm Lost Marsh N/A Free
Girls Golf Earth Day Saturday April 27th 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Lost Marsh N/A Free
Girls Golf  Kite Flying Day Friday June 28th 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm Lost Marsh N/A Free
Girls Golf Team Championship Friday July 19th 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm Lost Marsh August 2nd $20
Adult-Child Outing Sunday July 7th 1:00 pm –6:00 pm Lost Marsh July 21st $20 per player
Optimist Sunday July 28th 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Lost Marsh Rain or Shine $10
Extravaganza Friday August 4th 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm Lost Marsh N/A $10
Girls Golf Brunch TBD TBD TBD Lost Marsh N/A TBD
Thank You Card Day Friday December 13th 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Lost Marsh N/A Free

Click here to Download our 2019 Girls Golf Events Info


We pride ourselves in connecting

our members with teachers who can take them from beginner to advanced players and who are passionate about sharing the game they love.


Our Staff


Tiffani English

Tiffani is the Executive Director of The First Tee of Lake County and LPGA-USGA Girls Golf Site Director. She has been involved with The First Tee of Lake County since 2007 and has served as Executive Director since 2010.

Kaitlyn Hayes

Kaitlyn is an avid golfer, paying since the age of 3, and an alumnus of The First Tee of Lake County. She is a Lead Coach and Program Coordinator for The First Tee of Lake County and is one of the youngest Recognized female coaches within The First Tee network of over 130 chapters.

Kuniko Tischler

Kuniko is an LPGA Professional and a Level 2 Coach within The First Tee Network. Kuniko, who spends most of the year with The First  Tee of Silicon Valley, joined The First Tee of Lake County staff in 2015. She is returning in 2019 and will bring her expertise and experience as an LPGA Professional and a coach with The First Tee to our girls golf programming.

Brandon White

Brandon is The First Tee of Lake County’s Program Director as well as co-site director for our chapter’s LPGA-USGA Girls Golf Initiative. He was one of the first participants of The First Tee of Lake County in 1999. He served as a volunteer coach and later became a staff member, and now a Recognized The First Tee Coach and Program Director. Brandon utilizes his own experiences as a collegiate golfer to assist The First Tee of Lake County’s participants with college applications, developing golf resumes and recruiting videos, as well as clearing house applications. Brandon works to help participants achieve their goals of attending college and playing collegiate golf.


Debra Clements

Niko Sullivan