Kathy's Blog

No Golf Clubs Required: The First Tee of Pasadena's Summer Program is Starting Soon!

The First Tee of Pasadena home course facility, Brookside GC and our program locations: Alhambra GC, Arroyo Seco GC, Altadena GC, Eaton Canyon GC, Glen Oaks G&LC and Marshall Canyon GC will be offering an 8 Week Summer Session for kids ages 5-18 of all levels.

Classes will start the week of June 16th and run through August 17th. Classes meet once a week.

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The Golf Fore Health / Saving Strokes Program

The Golf Fore Health / Saving Strokes program will be held on Thursday May 29 right here at Brookside from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m.
 
I am looking forward to working with all of these courageous survivors once again. We are expecting that 30 survivors will join us and I'm excited to help them get back to health and back to golf!

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Kindle Book: From the Hole to the Tee

From the Hole to the Tee: A Guide to Teaching Golf to Children [Kindle Edition]

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A Book by Kathy Cho & Paul Cervantes
 
"Teaching golf to children can be hard, because golf is a very hard game. From the Hole to the Tee turns typical golf instruction around: Kids will learn golf starting with the shortest of putts before moving on to longer shots and bigger swings. Come along while Kathy Cho shows you a fun way to learn the game of a lifetime!"
 
 

Advanced Coach First Tee Trip to Florida!

Last week I traveled to Florida to continue my work toward becoming a First Tee Master Coach. It was a great experience that helped me become a better coach and a better person.
 
I am so proud being a part of The First Tee and to help young people with life and golf!

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Saving Strokes Program

Saving Strokes, a program of the American Heart/American Stroke Association, began in Sacramento, CA, in 2001 with 26 participants.  The vision was to offer stroke survivors an opportunity to participate in golf for pleasure as well as for physical rehabilitation. 

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