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October 16 & 17, 2022

Come join us for a small gathering of friends and supporters of golf at the exclusive The Olde Farm.  You will have two days of fun and entertainment.  All players will stay onsite at The Lodge and the Cottages.  Sunday will consist of check-in, par 3 shoot-out and cocktails at The Orchard Course, and dinner and entertainment at the Pavilion.  Monday will have breakfast in the clubhouse followed by 18 holes of golf on the exclusive The Olde Farm with a caddie and access to the Long Barn.  Lunch and awards will be provided after golf.

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


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

Sunday, October 16th

  • 3:00 check-in

  • 5:00-7:00 Par 3 & cocktails at The Orchard Course

  • 7:00 Cocktails @ the Party Barn

  • 7:30 Dinner & Entertainment

(Sunday practice rounds available     after 12:00 upon request)

Monday, October 17th

  • 8:00 Breakfast at the Clubhouse

  • 10:00 Shot-Gun Start

  • 2:00 Lunch

Limited field of 60 players (15 teams)


4 person teams where the two lowest handicap players will play 2 person best ball gross and the two highest handicap players will play a 2 person best ball net.  Both scores will be combined each hole.

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.

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$2,000 per player - $8,000 team

Cost includes Welcome gift (custom gifts from L.E.N Lifestyles and Turtleson), one-night stay onsite, access to The Orchard par 3, beverages, dinner, breakfast, 18 holes of golf at The Olde Farm, one caddie per group, access to the Long Barn, lunch, and more!

Sunday practice rounds are available after 12:00 for an additional $250 per player.

Each room consists of two queen beds and two bathrooms.

A limited number of single rooms are available and will get provided on a first-come, first-serve basis ($2,250 per player).

Shuttle service for airport arrival and departure will be provided. 



For more information please contact: Cody Weems


The Olde Farm

16639 Old Jonesboro Road

Bristol, VA 24202

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