The Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Junior Golf Initiative

Benefit Tournament

Hosted by: Scott Stallings

 

Holston Hills Country Club

Monday, July 11, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

Join Knoxville native and PGA TOUR winner, Scott Stallings, for a day filled with great golf, food, drinks, and fun benefitting The Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Junior Golf Initiative (KPF). This is the ultimate client entertainment event for a great cause. All money raised funds free rounds of golf for Knoxville area youth at Concord Park Par 3 and Beverly Park Par 3 Golf Courses. 

 

Tournament Schedule

Monday, July 11, 2022 at Holston Hills CC

 

Schedule of events coming soon.

 

Tournament Format

Four-Person Team Scramble

 

Tournament Entertainment and Food in 2022 Includes:

  • Oakley sunglasses for every player

  • Lunch catered by Walnut Kitchen

  • Food trucks

  • Rum tasting

  • Bourbon tasting

  • Roving snack and beverage cart

  • Double pins on multiple holes

  • Pond shot at floating target

  • And more!

 

In-tournament Contests Include:

 

  • Closest-to-hole Contests

  • Longest Drive Contest

  • Beat the Pro Contest (optional)

    • Go head-to-head against a PGA TOUR player! See if you have what it takes to knock it closer than Scott Stallings on one of Holston Hills's Par 3s.

Tournament Cost

$1,300.00/team

 

Cost includes golf, memorable tee gifts, prizes, awards, lunch, beverages, on-course refreshments and more! Optional red tees and mulligans will be available for purchase at registration.

Click here to view 2022 sponsorship opportunities. 

 

Email hechols@tngolf.org for additional information.

 

About KPF

The KPF was established to create an avenue that allows Knoxville's youth to enjoy the game regardless of their socioeconomic background. The initiative began at Beverly Park in 2015 as the "Kids Play Free Program" and in 2018 was expanded to West Knoxville and Concord Park Par 3. In 2020, Bloomfield Links in Murfreesboro, TN became a host facility. The fourth host facility came on board in 2021, when The Patch in Oak Ridge began offering the program.

 

Since its expansion In 2018, more than 3,000 kids have played over 29,000 free rounds at the two facilities. The KPF's vision is powerfully simple: Promote growth in golf and its life principles by providing youth unlimited, free access to multiple facilities across the state.