Address: 1386 N Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84116. First Tee — Utah Safety Procedures for Junior Golf Programs:
  • Online pre-registration only, no day-of registrations.
  • Please come ready with clubs and playing supplies, water, hats, and sunscreen applied.
  • Group sizes will be limited.
  • There will be no shared equipment. Kids should bring their own clubs and supplies. If your child needs to borrow clubs, please call 801.663.6963 or email [email protected] to make arrangements prior to class. 
We will do our best to make sure everyone is as safe as possible by taking these precautions, but you do attend at your own risk.

2021 Dates

PLAYer Level (Recommended for ages 7-17) 2021 Dates: August 30-September 23 Mondays & Thursdays 4:30 PM-5:30 PM Aug 30, Sept 2, Labor Day Off, Sept 9, Sept 13, Sept 16, Sept 20, Sept 23 Price: $125 per child
  • PLAYer (required minimum age 7) – Tee it up for the first time and learn the game of golf and the First Tee’s Code of Conduct. PLAYer fosters an appreciation for the course, the equipment, the rules and proper etiquette. The emphasis is on Playing the game, Learning the game, Appreciating the game and finding Your game.
From age 7 through 17, youth progress through levels by demonstrating The First Tee Nine Core Values, life and golf skills as well as passing an assessment. All participants regardless of age start at the PLAYer level.
  • TARGET: Ideal for children who are new to golf or The First Tee Program. In the TARGET level participants will use each letter in TARGET as a golf and life skill lesson. Participants will be exposed to the driving range, chipping and pitching area and putting. Fun games using SNAG equipment are also implemented into this level. There is no testing in the TARGET Level. Once a participant is able to demonstrate various golf fundamentals as well as The First Tee Code of Conduct, they move into the PLAYer level.
  • PLAYer (required minimum age 7): Children ages 7 and above or participants who have progressed from the TARGET Level. The PLAYer level is the introductory level of The First Tee Life Skills Experience. PLAYer teaches participants how to play the game of golf with special emphasis on learning golf and The First Tee Nine Core Values. These interpersonal and self-management skills will help participants develop much more than their golf game.
  • Par (Must be PLAYer certified. Recommended minimum age 9):  For The First Tee participants who are PLAYer Certified. The PAR level builds on the PLAYer level by introducing PLAYers to the mental side of golf while learning skills that will help them on and off the golf course. The main focus of the PAR level is to assist PLAYers in acquiring several self-management techniques that will help them manage their thoughts, emotions and behaviors in order to perform at their best on and off the golf course.
  • Birdie– The Birdie level introduces the idea of looking toward the future and setting goals. PLAYers develop a solid understanding of their current circumstances and skill set, future dreams and aspirations, techniques to adapt to changing circumstances and overcome challenges which may impede their path to success, and how to create effective goal ladders for future success.
  • Eagle (recommended minimum age 13) – Learn resilience, conflict resolution, and future planning.
  • Ace (required minimum age 14 or entering 9th grade) – Put it all together and hone in on setting goals, career education, and giving back to the community.
Parent Orientation is TBA. Parent Orientation provides parents with an in-depth introduction to the philosophy of The First Tee and helps the parent understand the progression path for children in the program. Each session is open to children ages 7 to 17.


We use an online registration portal. Please follow the steps below. Step 1: After clicking on the Register button below, click on the LOG IN button in the top left corner. Log in or create a new account. (Returning users should use the same email address used in past registrations.) Step 2: Register your child for your desired class by adding the class to the cart. Step 2: Once you add your child(ren) to the cart, click PROCEED TO CHECK OUT. Step 3: Continue the registration by filling out the participants contact information and answering the questions. Step 4: Checkout and pay for all sessions and all children you are registering all at once.


First Tee — Utah will never turn a child away from our Life Skills Experience Programs for the inability to pay. We work with families so their child may participate in our programs. ONLINE PROCESS!!! Please Read Applying for Financial Assistance is part of the registration process. Please follow the steps below: Step 1: Register your child for your desired class by adding the class to the cart. Step 2: Once you add your child(ren) to the cart, click PROCEED TO CHECK OUT. Step 3: Continue the registration by filling out the participant's contact information and answering the questions. When you get to the Financial Aid Page, please click that you would like to apply. Answer the questions and click continue. Step 4: Select the participant(s) that you would like to receive consideration for aid. A notification will be sent to the First Tee — Utah staff and we will review and approve your request. Step 5: Upon approval you will receive an email with directions to complete your registration. Please note you ONLY have 48 hours to log back in and finalize. If you do not log back in, your registration will be voided, your child’s space will be released, and you will need to start the process over. The First Tee as a nationwide organization will now be asking the following mandatory questions as part of our registration process for anyone who wants a scholarship for their child:
  • What is your household income?
  • Are you receiving free or reduced lunch?
  • How many people are in your household?
  • Are you experiencing a financial hardship?
  • How much are you able to pay (if any)?
This data is for statistical purpose only and helps us in securing grants to provide scholarships. Your answers will not impact your request for a scholarship as it is still our policy at First Tee — Utah to grant a scholarship to anyone who asks. Financial Assistance is valid for the session you apply. You must apply for financial assistance each session.

First Tee — Utah at Rose Park has a wonderful story.

Guadalupe School in the Rose Park neighborhood of Salt Lake City serves some of the most economically and socially challenged members of our community, kids who face obstacles you and I can hardly imagine. A few years ago Guadalupe School built a new facility adjacent to the 17th tee at Rose Park Golf Course. In fact, construction of the school required reconfiguration of the 17th hole. But that proximity did not immediately translate into opportunity, much less connection. But by bringing First Tee to Rose Park and the kids at Guadalupe School, First Tee — Utah at Rose Park broke down the barrier keeping these wonderful kids from believing that they can go anywhere their dreams, talent and hard work will take them. First Tee — Utah at Rose Park is now offering these programs to any and all kids at Rose Park Golf Course. Classes are under the direction of PGA Golf Professionals with highly experienced junior golf instructors.