Become a Coach or Volunteer and Make a Difference

The First Tee of Greater Washington, DC relies heavily on volunteer support to make our programs successful.  So if you are looking to volunteer with young people in DC, Northern Virginia, Montgomery County, MD, or Prince George’s County, MD and enjoy the game of golf we are the spot!

We’re Looking for You

We offer volunteer opportunities throughout the year.  The volunteer opportunities include working with participants during Life Skills Experience Classes, playing golf with participants, helping create awareness of the program and administrative assistance.  All of our opportunities allow volunteers to give back to their local community.

Get Involved!

Make an Impact on and Off the Course

We rely on volunteers in the DC area to accomplish our mission and by contributing your time and talent, you can directly make an impact in a young person’s life.  We offer a variety of volunteering opportunities.

Steps to becoming a Volunteer Coach:

  1. Fill out initial interest form.
  2. Complete application.
  3. Complete Verified Volunteers background check.
  4. Attend in-person training.
  5. Sign-up and show up to your class!

The experience

“The First Tee has provided me with an opportunity to give back to the D.C. community. Each week I am fortunate enough to coach and interact with some of the greatest youth from around the area. I look forward to class to catch up with the kids and to ask them how their week has gone. It’s an incredible feeling to have a conversation with a participant and to continue that relationship from week to week. Their reactions are priceless when you can ask them how their test went or how they did in their sporting event that they had talked about weeks prior. Providing that friendship to the kids is truly incredible. Of all the greatness that is The First Tee my absolute favorite part of volunteering is when I’ve been working with a group for minutes, hours, weeks on a particular skill and I can tell that they have almost got it. Then, they step up to the ball and hit that perfect shot. The smiles on their faces when they turn and look at you for that approval and reassurance that they did it right is why I volunteer.”

-Cody House, Volunteer Coach

Learn More About Opportunities

Contact Maggie Farrell,, to find out how to get involved as a volunteer.