Our mission is to introduce golf for youth development and as a low impact alternative for sports and exercise, by teaching the technique of the sport and providing workshops to enhance their leadership, communication, and networking skills.  Additionally, teach the principles of the game to help boost morale, self-awareness, and motivation to be successful.

Our vision is to see individuals of all health conditions enjoy the game of golf and use it as a means to enhance their lives.

Our Sponsors

A Perfect Swing Foundation 

There are many youth that are prohibited from playing high impact school sports, like basketball and football, because of mild disabilities like sickle cell or artificial joints, just to name a couple. Playing sports is a huge morale booster and exercise benefit.  Working with the Coalition for Teens Helping Teens, Inc. (501c3), A Perfect Swing Foundation looks to introduce these and other youth to the game of golf as a low impact alternative sport, while providing workshops and events to enhance their leadership, communication, and networking skills.  Playing golf will help boost their morale and get them moving. This will impact their overall health and wellness, as well as their outlook on life. Additionally, this will allow them to compete in school competitions and potentially earn a college scholarship, as well as potentially play professionally one day.  If you know someone that can benefit from our services, please contact us.  Individual and business partnerships, sponsorships, and donations are needed and appreciated.

The Foundation youth receive on course instruction from Mitzi Nelson, Golf Teaching Professional 

Congratulations Matthew Battle!

Recipient of the Ashaunta A. Epps Educational Scholarship

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The Foundation youth receive golf lessons from Jim Dent, 12 time PGA Tour Champion
The Foundation youth with Jim Dent, 12 time PGA Tour Champion

A Perfect Swing's CEO, Ashaunta Epps, speaks candidly with Praise 100.9/92.7 about the current plight with our youth and A Perfect Swing Foundation. Click here to listen to the interview.