The Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Junior Golf Initiative
Hosted by: Scott Stallings
Monday, September 9, 2019
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.
Monday, September 9th at Tennessee National
8:00 AM - Registration Opens
8:00 AM - 9:15 AM - Driving Range Open
9:00 AM - Tournament Announcements
9:15 AM - Shotgun Start
9:15 AM - 1:45 PM - Golf (team scramble format)
Conclusion of play - Lunch, Awards Ceremony, Games, Contests
Four-Person Team Scramble
The tournament will also feature in-tournament contests (see below), food and beverages on course, and a chance for you to compete against Scott Stallings!
In-tournament Contests Include:
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 Tennessee National's Par 3s.
Everyone who hits the green receives a free Branded Bills snapback hat
The participant who knocks it closest-to-the-hole on the Beat the Pro hole wins a grand prize
$1,300.00/team of four
Cost includes golf, memorable tee gifts, prizes, awards, lunch, beverages, on-course refreshments and golf ball re-fills on course in case you start running low! Optional red tees and mulligans will be available for purchase at registration.
Sponsorship Opportunities are available.
Please contact Hayden Echols at for additional tournament and sponsor details.
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 2018 alone, more than 1,600 kids played 4,850 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 in the Knoxville area.
To view the press release for this event, click here.