Leave a Legacy

The First Tee of Augusta is a special place where young people learn positive core values and life skills through the game of golf, while creating memories and unique experiences with their friends, coaches and families. (Need to fine tune this paragraph) Through The First Tee of Augusta Legacy Circle, we can ensure that The First Tee of Augusta will continue to be a wonderful program for our children and the community for years to come.

With a bequest, many of us will be able to make a larger gift than is possible in our lifetime. There are many ways to give to The First Tee of Augusta. Common considerations are remembering The First Tee of Augusta in your will or estate plans.  Gifts of retirement assets or stocks allow for a unique tax benefit to the donor. Below you will find a list of options for consideration.

We hope you keep The First Tee of Augusta in mind as you meet with your tax advisors and estate planning attorneys. If you have already remembered us in your estate planning please let us know so that we can enroll you in the Legacy Society and extend our gratitude and provide the recognition you deserve.

Legacy Giving Circle Form

If you have included The First Tee of Augusta in your will or estate plans, please let us know so that we can properly thank you and ensure you receive the recognition and benefits associated with the Legacy Society. Thank you for including The First Tee of Augusta in your estate plans. To help us acknowledge your gift properly, please download and return Legacy Giving Circle Form. (See attached)


Reid and Sandy Pannill
I recall reading Steven Covey’s book where he says that in general people want to fulfill their lives with four principles: to Live, to Love, to Learn and to leave a Legacy.

My wife and I were recently updating our estate planning and I wondered what I wanted to do regarding that last “L”. I quickly thought of The First Tee. Every time I have interacted with kids from the program I come away impressed and optimistic about the future. These young people are so poised, so respectful and well mannered, so bright. For me, they represent hope for a positive future and one I wanted to invest in. Some days it really feels like we’re in a fight of light vs darkness and this seemed to me to be a good way to contribute to the team we want to win and in the process leave an impactful legacy.   ~ Reid and Sandy Pannill

Kevin W. Sweeney