Scott Stallings has done plenty to give back to junior golf in Tennessee.
Stallings, a three-time PGA Tour winner who starred at nearby Oak Ridge High School, recently announced a new initiative in Knoxville in conjunction with the Tennessee Golf Foundation (TGF) to provide free golf to junior golfers at nine-hole, par-3 courses Concord Park and Beverly Park.
The Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Junior Golf Initiative will begin Jan.
“Golf has given me a lot of opportunities both on and off the golf course,” Stallings said.
Scott Stallings, right, congratulates Connor Krings, 11, left, on a good swing and hit during the Food City Kids’ Clinic at Fox Den Country Club on Sunday, August 22, 2010.
And by 2012, Stallings had helped form the Tennessee Junior Cup, which treats some of the state’s top players to a Ryder Cup style event at a premier course.
Golf pros Scott Stallings, left, and Josh BroadawayBuy Photo Golf pros Scott Stallings, left, and Josh Broadaway give demonstrations and answer questions at the Food City Kid’s Clinic at Fairways and Greens on Aug.
Stallings said he and his family are “super excited” to roll out the new Kids Play Free initiative in 2018, and the brand logo has profound meaning, as well.