Created by: LaDonda Porter, Shannon Maly, Stephanie Dickson, Dan Tennessen, Nichole Wilder
Special Contributions by: Aaron Hart, Andrea Hart, Eliza Kuhn

Introducing middle school students to golf brings with it opportunities for both physical and mental growth. As we embark on this exciting journey through the OPEN golf module, students will not only learn the fundamental techniques of putting and chipping, but they will also develop essential life skills such as patience, perseverance, and sportsmanship. Through engaging activities and structured lessons, students will discover the joys of mastering a new skill while fostering a lifelong appreciation for the game of golf and the importance of maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle. Join us as we tee off on a journey of discovery and enrichment, both on and off the green!

The activities within this module develop and reinforce responsible behaviors. All participants are given the opportunity to explore golf in a fun and engaging environment where everyone can feel successful. This allows students to build connections with their classmates that can extend beyond physical education.

Module Documents

  • Complete Module Packet:

  • Module Overview:

  • Required Materials:

  • All Module Activities:

  • Sample Lesson Plan:

  • Academic Language Cards:

  • Universal Design Considerations:

Activity Plans

  • Golf Bowling:

  • Golf 301:

  • Top Golf:

  • Bullseye:

  • Bucket Golf:

  • G-O-L-F-E-R:

  • Sink Holes:

  • Putt Putt:

Assessment Tools

  • Academic Language Quiz:

  • Holistic Performance Rubric:

  • Create a Putt Putt Hole Worksheet:

Teacher Self-Reflection

  • Self-Evaluation/Reflection Guide:

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OPEN Priority Outcomes:


  • Demonstrates knowledge of rules and etiquette by self-officiating modified physical activities or games.
  • Identifies the rules and etiquette for physical activities/games and dance activities.

Personal Challenge:

  • Recognizes individual challenges and copes in a positive way, such as extending effort, asking for help/feedback, and/or modifying the tasks.

Social Interaction:

  • Demonstrates respect for self and others in activities and games by following the rules, encouraging others, and playing within the spirit of the game or activity.
  • Demonstrates the importance of social interaction by helping and encouraging others, avoiding trash talk, and providing support to classmates.

Working with Others:

  • Demonstrates cooperation skills by establishing rules and guidelines for resolving conflicts.
  • Accepts differences among classmates in physical development, maturation, and varying skill levels by providing encouragement and positive feedback.
  • Uses communication skills and strategies that promote positive team/group dynamics.