Boca Grove and The First Tee Partner Again to Benefit Area Youth
BOCA RATON, Fla., Oct. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Boca Grove, a premier golf and tennis club in Boca Raton, Fla., recently welcomed back The First Tee of the Palm Beaches and the children of The Boys and Girls Clubs of Boca Raton and Delray Beach. The First Tee is a youth development program that aims to teach critical life skills, such as honesty, integrity, respect, responsibility, courtesy, sportsmanship, confidence, judgment and perseverance to children through the game of golf.
This is the third year that The First Tee has partnered with Boca Grove to serve area youth. In that time, the program hosted at Boca Grove has served more than 80 children from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boca Raton and Delray Beach. While at Boca Grove, Coaches Jack Barrett (The First Tee), Felix Paz (The First Tee), and Chad Kurmel (Golf Director, Boca Grove) work together with Boca Grove members to teach the children of The Boys and Girls Clubs the basics of golf. The children learn golf safety, hit balls on the driving range, practice their putting, have fun contests, play games and enjoy snack time.
“Boca Grove strives to make a positive difference throughout the greater Boca Raton community. Golf is a great way to get kids active and teach them important life skills. We are proud of this partnership and the positive impact the program has on our local youth,” said Emerson “Chuck” Lehner, COO/General Manager of Boca Grove.
About Boca Grove:
Boca Grove is a boutique golf and tennis club located in the heart of beautiful Boca Raton, Florida. With approximately 450 member families, Boca Grove exhibits style and grace afforded only to the most elite private clubs in South Florida. Without hesitation, the crown jewel of the sprawling Boca Grove community is our enviable championship golf course. Our newly renovated and redesigned Jim Fazio 18-hole golf course offers not only abundant scenic beauty, but more importantly, a challenge for golfers of all levels. For more information on Boca Grove, please visit www.bocagrove.org or call (561)487-5300.
561.487.5300 ext. 133
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