The First Tee Educates Young People Through Golf

David Friel, QC First Tee representative accepting golf equipment from Bob Litle, QC resident.

The First Tee is a nationwide program to teach young people life skills and character education through the game of golf. Since 1997, the First Tee has introduced golf and its values to 10.5 million participants. This year, Quail Creek residents have donated the following equipment to the First Tee of Tucson: 8,655 golf balls, 58 woods, 79 irons, 11 pairs of shoes, 10 golf bags, 10 putters, and a variety of other items such as travel bags, towels, markers, covers, and more.

On behalf of the First Tee of Tucson, thank you to the following QC donors: Quail Creek Pro Shop and staff, Kevin and Terry Bacon, Karen Bartlett, Rosie Evans, Don and Nancy Lehman, Dave Mathews, Roger Orvatez, Karen Steven, Calvin Tabata, Ken and Darlene Tobias, Martin Wibbenhorst, and David Workman.

To make an equipment donation, contact David Friel, QC representative to the First Tee of Tucson, at 970-485-0999 or [email protected]