Bridging the Gap Learning Center PASSPORT SITE

  • 1600 W. State Street
  • Hours
  • Saturday: 10am - 5pm
  • Last admittance to building: 4:45pm
  • Sunday: 10am - 5pm
  • Last admittance to building: 4:45pm
  • Photography permitted: yes Tripod: yes
  • Filming permitted: yes Tripod: yes
  • Handicapped accessible: yes
  • Passport site: yes

Bridging the Gap Learning Center, Inc. (BTG) was founded in 1992 by Robert A. Byrd, Jr., a former basketball player for Marquette University’s 1977 NCAA Championship Team. With a mission to educate, inspire and equip underserved youth and adults with the necessary tools and resources to develop and maintain successful futures and strong, productive communities to achieve success beyond the athletic arena. BTG started with a partnership, alongside the Wisconsin Amateur Sports Corporation, to facilitate the participation of over 2,400 inner-city youth in the Badger State Games — an Olympic-style sports festival event that raises contributions for college bound participants.

Bridging the Gap Golf Learning Center encompasses an entire city block, and has a netted hitting area with room for 14 golfers, and a 600-square-foot professional putting green. There is also a clubhouse with additional swinging and putting space, as well as room for teaching students the finer points of golf. Visitors will get to see the first of its kind Golf Learning Center, and the full range of educational, developmental and training programs and services offered.

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