The First Tee Plainfield
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In 2009 Plainfield Country Club became the first private country club to establish a First Tee Program. The First Tee of Plainfield program educates three hundred children ranging in age from 5 to 17 from Edison, Elizabeth, Newark and Plainfield. Among the many proud traditions of Plainfield Country Club, The First Tee is a vibrant symbol of PCC’s commitment to its local community.
The mission of our program is to impact the lives of young people, particularly those in need, by providing educational programs that build character, instill life enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.
We teach our children the NINE CORE VALUES of the FIRST TEE PROGRAM – Perseverance, Courtesy, Honesty, Integrity, Judgment, Confidence, Respect, Responsibility, and Sportsmanship for a lifetime.
At Plainfield we have supplemented The First Tee programming with an innovative program called Path to College that encourages The First Tee children to go to college.
The Path to College program works with children from 4th grade until they graduate from high school and teaches them the steps to get into college through college tours to universities like Drew and Rutgers, presentations by college admissions staffs, PSAT/SAT/ACT Tutoring, financial aid guidance, and guidance in the college application process. To date the program has provided 18 college scholarships to supplement financial aid packages for our most committed children. Donations from the members of Plainfield Country Club fund the Path to College program.
The First Tee Program at Plainfield Country Club is under the leadership of Bill Castner, the West Nine Head Golf Professional, and a Master Golf Professional who won the Junior Golf Leadership award from the NJPGA four straight years, and The National PGA Youth Player Development award recipient in 2015. He is also TPI certified in Junior Golf.
The First Tee can be contacted directly by calling (908) 753-4100 or via email to Pete Aloisio at firstname.lastname@example.org