“Very pleased, and surprised, Jyoti is going to try out for the Riverside golf team!  Big step for her outside her comfort zone, and clearly inspired and confident because of SwingPals in her life!” - Price (Jyoti’s Dad)

 

What Parents Mean to SwingPals

SwingPals parents play a vital role in ensuring our mission is carried out not only at school and on the golf course, but at home as well. We invite our parents to join us at the office the first Saturday of every month to discuss our programs and how they can participate. Having consistent communication and support in all areas of the students' lives has a striking impact on children’s developmental success and their ability to become leaders in their communities.

What SwingPals Means to Parents

“Jyoti is going to try out for the Riverside golf team!  Big step for her outside her comfort zone, and clearly inspired and confident because of SwingPals in her life!”

Price (Jyoti’s Dad)

“I do not think Freddie even realizes how the program has changed his attitude and persona for the better, thanks for your hard work.”

Jennifer (Freddie’s Mom)

“I'd like to take this opportunity to say thank you from the bottom of my heart, for all that SwingPals has meant to my son Koziaire and to me.  SwingPals is simply amazing! What golf has offered Koziaire, no other sport can compare. He loves it!"  

- Jackie ( Koziaire’s Mom)

"SwingPals has allowed my children to experience a sport that they may not have had access to. They didn't just learn how to play golf, they also learned self-discipline, sportsmanship, and skills that they did not know they had before they started. I really appreciate this wonderful program and the opportunity for my children to be able to participate in it."  

- Crystal (Honesty and Derrick’s Mom)

"SwingPals is a great program, my son Daquan enjoys playing golf very much and has learned a lot about the sport. His self-esteem has improved tremendously his confidence level is at an all-time high and he is no longer shy. Golf has improved his concentration and his focus is better on his daily tasks."  

- Gail (Daquan’s Mom)

"The boys will truly miss SwingPals. They have learned so much and I have seen so much growth.  We have truly appreciated everything you have done for them. Thank you!"  

- Jessica (Isaiah and Malachi’s Mom)