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Knoxville Pro makes a difference in youth golf

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – Knoxville resident and PGA TOUR winner Scott Stallings led a day of great golf, food and fun in aid of the Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Junior Golf Initiative (KPF). To raise funds for the program, Stallings hosted a charity golf tournament at Holston Hills Country Club on Monday.

Regarding the program, Stallings told WVLT Sports, “Knoxville has been very well received. We have 30 teams out here today and we hope the program we are going to be running in 2021 to expand a little more than 25,000 rounds and hopefully move on and keep expanding facilities and learning more and giving children the opportunity to be for a Learning to play has taught me a lot

All funds raised are free rounds of golf for teenagers from the Knoxville area on the Concord Park par 3 and Beverly Park par 3 golf courses.

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