The Gathering

Play Golf


October 21 & 22, 2024

Come join us for a small gathering of friends at two exclusive clubs, The Olde Farm and The Virginian. 

You will have two days of fun at two of the best courses in the country. 

All players will get to play one round of golf with a caddie at The Olde Farm and one round of golf at The Virginian.​

Only 1.5 hours from Knoxville, 3.5 hours from Chattanooga, and 4.5 hours from Nashville!

100% of all the money raised will go to benefit junior golf in the Tri-Cities region. 

Please call 423-747-4974 for more information.


Monday, October 21st (The Olde Farm)

12:00 Check-In and Warm-Up

1:00 Shot-Gun Start

6:30 Cocktails

7:00 Dinner @ The Party Barn

Tuesday, October 22nd (The Virginian)

9:00 Breakfast @ The Virginian

10:30 Shot-Gun Start


Awards Following The Round


Limited Field

4-person teams (1 Professional and 3 amateurs or 4 amateurs) will play a Best Ball Gross/Net format. The team score will be 1 best ball gross score combined with 1 best ball net score on each hole. The same ball cannot count as both Gross and Net. The Professional will play as a 0 handicap.

A low Professional purse will be provided.


Pro-Am Team: $3,800 (1 Professional & 3 Amateurs)

Amateur – $1,200 / Professional – $200

Amateur Team: $4,800 (4 Amaterus)

Amateur – $1,200

Cost includes:

A welcome gift of 3 apparel pieces from Turtleson

18 holes of golf with a caddie at The Olde Farm + Dinner

18 holes of golf at The Virginian + Breakfast & Lunch

Lodging options are available at The Olde Farm by contacting Bruce Bowen, PGA / 276-669-1042

Lodging options are available at The Virginian by contacting Jim Blackmore, PGA / 276-645-6950

​Shuttle service for airport arrival and departure can be provided

The Olde Farm

Its rustic elegance and complete lack of distractions lend The Olde Farm its distinguished character and rural charm. The links-style course features bentgrass greens, tees, and fairways, with rough consisting of Kentucky Bluegrass. Perhaps Golf Digest’s Ron Whitten said it best  after naming The Olde Farm Best New Private Course of 2000: “The Olde Farm,  Bobby Weed’s first Best New winning design, is old school yet representative of the  future of golf.” Or as we like to say, pure golf at its best.


​2020/2021 Golf Magazine – #1 Best Golf Course in Virginia

2020 Golf Magazine – Top 25 Par 3 Course in the World

2020 Golfweek – America’s Best Modern Courses #55

2019 Golf Digest – America’s Greatest Golf Courses #102

The Virginian

The 21-hole course and practice facilities, designed by the great Tom Fazio, offers a golfer’s dream day on the links. Playing 7,025 yards from the championship tees, fairway carpeted in zoysia, the greens with the finest Pennlinks bent, and plenty of other colors and textures along the way.

“At The Virginian, we have built a course that honors the land it’s built upon, which fulfills the commitment we made to the owners, and which provides a thrill for the player. You won’t find a better course anywhere. I like the way the whole place feels. From the country drive, through the stone entrance walls: you know something special is going on out here…”

— Tom Fazio, Designer of the Virginian Golf Club


​2021-2022 Golf Digest – #10 Best Course in Virginia

​2021 Golf Week’s  – #4 Best Private Course in Virginia

​2003 Host of USGA Senior Amateur


Things To Do

Tennessee Golf Foundation


The Tennessee Golf Foundation is the 501c(3) charitable affiliate of the Tennessee PGA Section and Tennessee Golf Association. Founded in 1990, the vision of the TGF is to impact Tennessee youth and the state’s disadvantaged through the game of golf. The Tennessee Golf Foundation is funded solely through private individuals and corporate donations, memorials, special events and contributions from Golf House Tennessee organizations.

All the money raised in “The Gathering” will benefit programming in the Tri-Cities region.  Programs such as the First Tee, Sneds Tour, Middle School Golf, in-school program, and Drive, Chip & Putt.