How can I help?
     You can donate money to the non-profit Family Golf Life 
at The Par 3 at Woodhaven. The "Go Fund Me" button will be coming online soon. Otherwise contact 
Scott Womble for donations and details of the programs. 

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Upcoming EventS
April 29th, 2023 ......... Area 14 Special Olympics / Family Golf Life Instructional Seminar
                For more information email us at
Where can I donate clubs?

Clubs are always needed for the kids and family members. Donations are processed through the Staff at The Par 3 at Woodhaven. Please call ahead to make an appointment for drop off and review.   All procedes received go toward making learning and playing opportunities for families to have a safe and happy golf experience. 

What is the Cost?

     The aim of this non-profit is to provide opportunities for the families at no charge. Donotions are excepted via Family Golf Life.  FGL conducts family golf instructional clinics to promote golf as a family activity.

 Scott Womble, PGA Life Member and
             Clemson Life Student and friend,  Sam Mungo.           .

Other Clemson Life Students, Tyler, Kevin, Tanner, and Noah.

How It Started. 

     The Clemson Life program is a special college program that provides a positive college and learning environment for kids with intellictual disabilities. While teaching golf at Clemson University, I had the priviledge of having some of the Clemson Life students in my Leisure Studies Golf Classes. Having the Clemson Life students in my classes changed my total approach to golf instruction to all levels of players. The student were eager to learn a new sport and they enjoyed being outside on a golf course learning a new skill with others.

      I understand the game of golf can be intimidating, especially for beginners. I saw most of the Clemson Life students developed golf skills and found a new sport to enjoy outside socially. While some of the Clemson Life students had golf in their families, which was great, other did not. The golf classes became a one and done program with no golf in their future sight. I saw a need to change this and vowed to change that teaching not just the kids but the family as a whole.

     The goal of Family Golf Life is to create opportunities for golf to become a outside family activity to spend quality time together.

Look, it's Jessica.

Jessica and Chris from the Monday Golf Class.

Family Golf Life aims to create a world-class learning environment for the special needs community with love and respectof each participating individual. We will create an atmosphere of inclusion, diginity, and respect while enriching lives with golf as an outdoor recreation one person at a time.

It's not about the score.
It's about having fun outside with the family.

It's about the Fun!