FENWAY GOLF CENTER
In 2005, MassGolf’s first satellite facility for The First Tee of Massachusetts program was opened at Fenway Golf Center in Springfield.
Fenway Golf Center is a privately owned golf facility that has an 18-hole executive course with holes ranging from 50-150 yards, a large driving range, a lighted pitch-and-putt and a miniature golf course.
The facility is able to service the towns of Springfield, Ludlow, East Longmeadow, Holyoke, Chicopee and Wilbraham.
2021 SUMMER PROGRAMS
July 5th-July 15th
July 19th-July 29th
Aug. 2nd-Aug. 12th
Aug. 16th-Aug. 26th
- All participants will be required to have a waiver signed by their parent or guardian prior to participation in any First Tee class.
- During registration, you will be required to actively check a box stating that you have read, understand, and accept all terms of the 2021 COVID-19 Participant Release, Waiver, and Covenant Not to Sue.
The cost for 2021 summer session is $130 for the season (seven classes). Financial Aid is available, as always.
PLAYer Level – Entry level to The First Tee Life Skills Experience program regardless of age or golf skill. Coaches will group participants by age and ability within the class to properly introduce the game of golf while learning The First Tee Code of Conduct and Nine Core Values, appreciating the rules and etiquette of the sport, and developing golf skills. Minimum age 7.
Par Level – Continued emphasis on golf skills, rules of play, interpersonal skills, and self-management skills on and off the golf course. Coaches will group participants by age and ability within the class to best serve our participants. Must be minimum age 9 and PLAYer certified.
Birdie Level – Continued emphasis on golf skills, course management, etiquette, and goal setting, on and off the golf course. Must be minimum age 11 and Par certified.
Eagle Level – Focuses on wellness and health for the mind and body as well as conflict resolution, diversity, and explores the various jobs in the golf industry. Golf skills include: playing competitively, effective practice strategies, and how to self-correct, and accuracy. All Eagle students must be Birdie certified.
CLICK HERE for complete instructions on how to register for these or any The First Tee of Massachusetts programs. Also included on the “How to Register” page are full class descriptions as well as information on certification and waitlists.
If you have any questions or if you are unsure which level your child belongs in, please contact lead coach Sue Teitel at firstname.lastname@example.org or our Program Manager, Allyson Mollung at email@example.com.All other inquiries can be made to Kyle Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org.