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A Holiday Gift and a New Library

Stéphane Samuel is developing our tutoring program's English reading and writing skills component. Beginning next month, our young men will be able to borrow books from the Foundation library on a wide range of topics.

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Chip Shot Drill: Start With a Frisbee

Want to avoid blocked chip shots? Practice throwing a frisbee to get a feel for proper wrist and hand movement, which will help you release the club and keep your ball on target.

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Mentoring With a Purpose

Mentoring Our Young Men, With Purpose

One of the most valuable services The Bridge Golf Foundation provides for our young men is to match them with mentors through our Mentoring With a Purpose program.

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Chip shot drill

How to Achieve Proper Attack Angle on Chip Shots

In this video, Zion Smith and Teaching Professional Brian Hwang demonstrate a simple drill that will force you to take a steeper path, resulting in high, soft chip shots that check up when they hit the green.

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Mike Sweeney with middle school students

Sweeney Named Director of Golf

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of PGA Professional Michael Sweeney as Director of Golf for The Bridge Golf Foundation and Learning Center.

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Baraka Stewart

A Father’s View: Baraka Stewart

Baraka Stewart spoke with us recently about his son Braylan, our after school program, learning golf the right way, and being a single dad in New York.

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Maddox Brown

Student Spotlight: Maddox Brown

Maddox Brown is a 13-year-old 8th grader at Eagle Harlem who joined our program over the summer. He lives in Harlem with his mother and fraternal twin brother, Milo, who is also a new addition to our program.

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A Father’s View: Michael Alameda Sr.

Michael Alameda Sr., a 39-year-old maintenance handyman at Columbia University, recently had a conversation with Executive Director Farrell Evans about raising his son, Michael Jr., and some of his own aspirations and goals to make a better life for his family.

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