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Joe Barrow. Executive Director, The First Tee. A Program Update for GOLF 20/20. Mission. To impact the lives of young people by providing learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life-enhancing values through the game of golf. The First Tee.

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joe barrow

Joe Barrow

Executive Director, The First Tee

mission
Mission

To impact the lives of young people by providing learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life-enhancing values through the game of golf.

the first tee
The First Tee

Honorary Chairman

Former President George Bush

Founding Partners

R

phase ii january 2001 december 2005 goals
Phase II – (January 2001 – December 2005)GOALS
  • Introduce the game of golf and its values to 500,000 young people
  • Expand the number of dedicated facilities to 250 (open or in development)
  • Establish 500 Affiliate relationships with golf facilities for further access to the game and to The First Tee Life Skills Experience
participants as of 9 30 05
ParticipantsAs of 9/30/05

In thousands

2001

2004

2005

2002

2003

Cumulative Goal

Goal

Total Participants

Cumulative Total

Total Certifying Participants

facilities opened as of 9 30 05
Goal

Total Facilities Opened

Cumulative Goal

Cumulative Total

Facilities OpenedAs of 9/30/05

250

200

150

100

50

0

2003

2005

2002

2001

2004

1998-2000

affiliate relationships as of 9 30 05
Goal

Total Affiliate Relationships

Cumulative Goal

Cumulative Total

Affiliate RelationshipsAs of 9/30/05

2003

2005

2002

2004

2001

phase ii achievements as of 9 30 05
Phase II – AchievementsAs of 9/30/05

20012005

Participants 60,000 627,000

Facilities 83 216

Affiliates 102 606

snapshot of information participant profile
Snapshot of InformationParticipant Profile
      • All of
  • 2001-2005Golf*
  • Male 66% 75%
  • Female 34% 25%

*National Golf Foundation

snapshot of information ethnicity statistics
Snapshot of InformationEthnicity Statistics

All of2001-2005Golf*

Caucasian 51% 84%

African American 26% 6%

Hispanic American 10% 5%

Asian American 5% 4%

Other 8% 1%

*National Golf Foundation

snapshot of information age statistics
Snapshot of InformationAge Statistics

2001-2005

Ages 5 – 8 20%

Ages 9 – 13 57%

Ages 14 – 18 23%

national school program
National School Program

2003/20042004/20052005/2006

Students 50,000 150,000 300,000

Schools 130 320 800

Communities 8 25 50

the first tee enterprise 2005
The First Tee Enterprise - 2005

2005

$250M

$200M

$ 70M

1,575

6,300

2004

Estimated capital investment $200M

in facilities

Estimated value of land made $165M

available to The First Tee

Estimated consolidated annual $ 55M

operating budgets

Full-time and part-time staff 1,100

Volunteers 4,400

the first tee network report
The First Tee Network Report*

2004Growth

$21M 30%

$145K 15%

$19M 27%

$100K 5%

2003

Aggregate revenue $16.2M

Median revenue $120K

Aggregate expenses $15M

Median expenses $95K

*Based on IRS form 990

new golfer spending phase ii
New Golfer Spending – Phase II

Projected

Average Economic

Number of Annual Impact

Participants Spending* (in millions)

Enrolled in

The First Tee 228,000 $1,041 $237.3M

through 9/30/05

50% 114,000 $1,041 $118.7M

Non-structured 114,000 $608 $69.3M

introduction

* National Golf Foundation/GOLF 20/20

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