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Student Life

The program consists of five levels: Super Rookies, Rookies, Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced.

The Super Rookies, these kids are under the age of 7, they are the siblings of the older students that are in the program. We provide this course of instruction instead of a babysitting service during regular program activities. These Kids are placed together to have fun and to start some very basic golf instruction. They will utilize coloring books, videos and games to learn:

  • Have Fun
  • Learn etiquette
  • Learn golf safety
  • Keep them and their parents engaged

The Rookies, students ages 7 – 17, that have little or no golf experience or exposure. They will be taught from our Tee-Lo Student Notebook and will immediately start training at the Tee-Lo Golf Training Center. In 6 weeks of attendance they should be able to do the following:

  • Know basic terminology of golf
  • Know golf etiquette
  • Start learning safety fundamentals
  • Know how to chip and putt
  • Be prepared to move up to Beginner status

The Beginners’ class, students ages 7 – 17, is designed for those students who have mastered the Tee-Lo Student Notebook and have minimal skills. To progress to the next class, a student must master the basic golf essentials such as etiquette, club handling, and golf terminology.

  • Pass the chipping and putting test
  • Have a basic understanding of the rules and etiquette of golf
  • Be able to hit shots from 50 yards

The Intermediate class, students ages 7 – 17 progresses to the advanced level after demonstrating the ability to perform in competition, significant improvement in golf skills and knowledge, and displaying leadership characteristics.

  • Be able to play golf from 100 yards in and make no more than double bogey on 3 consecutive holes
  • Learn Specialty Shots / Golf Techniques
  • Become acquainted with playing strategies

The Advanced class, students ages 7 – 17 must demonstrate leadership skills and characteristics and will be required to assist the Friday night instructor with class preparation, class demonstration, and instruction participation. The advanced students will rotate this responsibility on a weekly basis dependent upon the direction of the Instructor.

Advanced students are grouped by their ability and/or previous scores with an adult Coach/Volunteer and are allowed to play either the front nine or the entire 18-hole course.

  • At least monthly be able to play 9or 18 consecutive holes from 150 yards and score no more than double bogey
  • Be familiar with specialty Shots / Golf Techniques
  • Full Swing
  • Playing Strategies
  • Be able to compete in the PGA’s Golf Chip & Putt Contest



Munatsi, a graduate of the Tee-Lo Golf, Class of 2013. He is a golfer by proven skills but a future Nascar driver at heart. It has been a pleasure to see an excellent role model of a student grow into a confident young man over the years. He has established his ability to lead through setting his priorities and seeing them accomlished. We are proud and wish him much success in life.

Shane, a graduate of the Tee-Lo Golf, Class of 2013. He was able to obtain a position on the Lake Highland Prep golf team. His passion and determination for achieving success is evident in the goals already accomplished. He is an excellent student and we know that he will be an exceptional doctor. We are delighted to have taught such a student as him and wish him much success in life.


Golf Instruction Schedule
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Tee-Lo Training Center

7:00pm - 8:00pm
Class Room Instruction
Super Rookies & Rookies 'only'
Tee-Lo Training Center

Schedule will vary.
Please see 2019 Student packet

Tee-lo Training Center:
New Beginnings Church
8287 Curry Ford Road, Orlando, FL 32822

Rules & Guidelines

Proper dress code
Be on time to all activities
Think safety at all times
Respect yourself and others
Attend school regularly
Be drug free
Exhibit a positive attitude
Have a desire to learn
Always give 100%

Class Act

Life Skills with Monica Woods

Monica Woods has been teaching our student life skills for over five years. Class is provided on the 2nd Friday of the month. Our students receive instruction for following: personal introduction skills for public speaking, personal grooming, table etiquette, interviewing skills, and drug awareness education.