The Little General Juniors First Tee is for ages 5-7 and costs $50 for one 60-minute session per week.
The age limit listed for the programs is 8-14, but Bower said nobody is turned away.
Bower also said of the approximately 1,200 young people involved with The First Tee of West Virginia, 48 percent of them are female.
"Our goal is to grow the game of golf," Bower said. "We have one of the highest female participation rates of all chapters in the nation. We're getting the girls out and getting them to understand the game.
One of the fundraisers for The First Tee program occurs during the Greenbrier Classic with the Odyssey Putting Challenge. A green is set up between the No. 12 tee and the No. 11 green. For $20, anybody can putt for a chance to win prizes. Bower said the parameters of this year's challenge have not yet been determined, but anybody is welcome to stop and take a chance.
The Tuesday of Greenbrier Classic week is Youth Day, when a golf professional puts on a clinic at the driving range. Last year's participating professional was Charles Howell III.
All of the proceeds go to benefit The First Tee of West Virginia.
"We're trying to get people out at the driving range, do group clinics and make people understand that golf can be fun," Bower said. "We offer sessions for women who might be afraid to come out by themselves. There are 35-40 girls on the Callaway Junior Tour this year and that's really good."
For more information on The First Tee, contact Bower at the West Virginia Golf Association at 304-391-5000.