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What are the benefits of GolfScope? Check out this GolfScope lesson by Evan Johnsen, a local Seattle PGA Apprentice and well-respected Program Director at The First Tee of Greater Seattle.

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 Business Plan Competition: Semi- Finalists

You can’t miss us in our neon green shirts! Team GolfScope competes in the semi-finals Investment Round at the University of Washington’s Nationwide Business Plan competition, finishing in the top 36!

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Photo Courtesy: Matt Hagen / UW Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship


GolfScope Wins 2018 Lavin Seed Fund Pitch Competition Award!

Just a year ago, GolfScope was an idea stemming from a homemade training aid. Thank you to our followers, mentors, and the golf community because GolfScope stems from the passion, support, and mentorship of all of you.


            – Team GolfScope

Bringing the game of golf to the Mariners

Thank you to The First Tee of Greater Seattle and the Mariners for allowing us to be a part of this special event at Safeco Field. A portion of the proceeds were donated to The First Tee of Greater Seattle.

On-Air with KIRO Radio

We met up with KIRO Radio host Josh Kerns for a segment on Tees & Trips. Give a listen!

The Seattle Golf & Travel Show 2017

Huge shout out to the Seattle Golf & Travel show for having us as an invited special guest.

While many aspire to turn their greatest passions into a career, First Tee alumni Jessica Kent is doing just that. Learn more about Jessica's involvement in the golf community and how the idea GolfScope came about.

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Undergraduate students in the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business’ Entrepreneurship program taking the 400-level “Create a Company” class are given the task to launch a fully functioning business in 10 weeks (and if the business fails, the students fail the class – no pressure, uh huh)... (Full article HERE)

Former Seahawks Player: Jermaine Kearse

Run in with Former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver (and UW alum!) Jermaine Kearse

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