Content shared with us by: First Tee Southeast Wisconsin (thanks David!)

Looking for fun and creative ways to keep your kids engaged, mind and body, while we are all making the best of being at home? We’ve got you covered!


Show us your golf inspired sidewalk art! Putt putt holes, names made with golf items, nice messages for your neighbors to see during their walks…whatever it is, golf can happen everywhere!


Our friends at the First Tee of Central Arkansas have challenged kids across the country to show off their own homemade extreme putt putt course. Create your own masterpiece and upload a video to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Be sure to tag #FirstTeeExtremePuttPutt and @FirstTeeJerseyShore so we can compliment you on your work. EXAMPLES


Our friends at the First Tee of the Sandhills put together this awesome fitness fun plan to keep you moving while at home. Print it out and track your progress each week. VIEW FITNESS FUN PLAN


Use your detective skills to find a variety of golf-related words, including the First Tee Nine Core Values and terms such as flagstick, putter and divot. VIEW WORD SEARCHES


Unpack jumbled words to reveal common golf terms. VIEW WORD SCRAMBLES


Put your thinking cap on and use golf-themed clues to fill in the blanks. VIEW CROSSWORD PUZZLES


Take out your crayons or colored pencils and show us your artistic ability. Get creative and add some color to golf characters and more. VIEW COLORING PAGES


Picture identification, quizzes, a scavenger hunt and more. VIEW ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES PGA TOUR/FIRST TEE LINKS TO LEARNING  The recent pandemic has led to schools closing around the world , impacting millions of students nationwide and creating an increased demand for free online home-schooling resources. The PGA TOUR and First Tee are here to help. Our friends at PGA TOUR pulled together some of the PGA TOUR family-friendly educational content and paired it with First Tee’s character-building lessons into a one-stop shop for parents, teachers and students. From Art and Math to Science and Fitness with a little creativity golf can be applied to just about any subject.