How It Works

First time Kids Play Free participants will need to sign-up in the clubhouse prior to play. Players will need to provide their name, an email address, gender, and age. This information is necessary for the grant process that helps make the Kids Play Free program possible.

Kids Play Free participants will then be given a membership card that they will show each time they check in to play after the first time.

New Cards for 2020!

Kids Play Free Participants that signed up in 2019 will receive new membership cards upon their first play in 2020. KPF participants will also need to put their name down on the 2020 sign-in sheet and update any information if necessary.

About the Program

Beginning in 2018, kids 17 and under have been able to play for free at Concord Park and Beverly Park Golf Courses.
Thanks to the partnership between the Tennessee Golf Foundation (TGF) and PGA Tour player Scott Stallings, the Scott Stallings Junior Golf Kids Play Free program will allow kids to play at no cost for all of 2020.
This is a tremendous opportunity to introduce kids to the game and for the kids that have started to really fall in love with golf! 

Hear about how this initiative came about in Golf Digest and the Knoxville News-Sentinel.

No Clubs? No Problem!

Thanks to a Sticks for Kids grant from the Golf Course Builders Association of America, Beverly Park now has 4 BRAND NEW sets of US Kids Golf clubs in different sizes for kids 17 & under to use for Kids Play Free at Beverly Park Golf Course.

That's right, new clubs, new bags, loaded with everything a kid could need to play golf FOR COMPLETELY  FREE!

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