TGF Announces The First Tee Of Tennessee In Chattanooga

Friday, March 15, 2019

Today the Tennessee Golf Foundation announced its expansion of The First Tee of Tennessee in the Chattanooga region. Several facilities are lined-up to host spring programming, including The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga golf facility, located on Hickory Valley Road and Springbrook G&CC in Niota, Tn.

Additionally, White Oaks GC and Ridgewood GC in McMinn County and Brown Acres GC and Moccasin Bend GC support the program.

With this expansion, TFT of Tennessee’s outreach includes 23 program locations throughout the state.

TFT’s National School Program (NSP) is also active in the region with 48 elementary and middle schools taking part. 
                
Registration for spring sessions are underway with classes beginning in Chattanooga March 25. Fees vary per program location and financial assistance is available, as well as golf clubs can be provided. To view the full schedule, class information and to learn more about TFT, visit thefirstteetennessee.org.
 
Chattanooga Region, Spring 2019 
 
UTC/Hickory Valley Facility: Monday’s & Saturday’s starting March 25  &  March 30
                                                                                
Springbrook G&CC: Wednesday’s starting April 3
 
The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay: Thursday’s starting April 4                          



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