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11th Annual Swing Big for Students


The Pellissippi Foundation will host a FREE golf event to raise money and awareness about Foundation Scholarships and tuition-free college through Tennessee Promise.

Mike Krause, Executive Director Drive to 55 and Tennessee Promise, will serve as our luncheon speaker.

Funds raised from the event will support student scholarships and the Greatest Need Fund. With Tennessee Promise, you may be wondering why students still need scholarships.

 

About our Free Tournament

Guaranteed free teams are first awarded to our generous $1,000 and up sponsors. Sponsor support of less than $1,000 will provide a first round opportunity to register for playing space. We invite you to become a sponsor and secure your space! Please download our complete sponsorship benefit package or contact Aneisa McDonald at 865-539-7378. Online sponsorship registration is available.

 

Free player and team registration will begin mid-July.

Register for the 8 a.m. Morning Round

Register for the 1:00 p.m. Afternoon Round

 

Schedule at a Glance

7 a.m.

AM Round Registration and Subway Breakfast
sponsored by Johnson Architecture, Inc.

8 a.m.

AM Round Shotgun Start

11 a.m. 

PM Round Registration

11:45 a.m.

Lunch sponsored by Knoxville TVA Federal Credit Union

Noon-12:20 p.m.

Lunch Program
Mike Krause, Tennessee Promise

12:30 p.m.

AM Prize Board Announcements

1:00 p.m. 

PM Round Shotgun Start

5:30 p.m. 

PM Prize Board Announcements



Special Contests

Hole in One Contest Sponsored by Beaty Cheverolet
Closest to the Pin
Longest Drive
Putting Contest

 

Special thanks to the Golf Tournament Committee 2015

Mark Brodd, Blaine Construction
Bryan Dickey, Wells Fargo Advisors
Jonathan Hayes, Pilot Flying J
Marsha Hollingsworth, Community Volunteer
Sherri Gardner Howell, SGH Enterprises
Dick McGill, Retired Chief Estimator, Joseph Construction
Alumni Chairs: David Branton and Wes Steese, Reserve National
Holly Burkett, Aneisa McDonald, Pat Myers and Angela Pugh, Pellissippi State Foundation
Intern: Roy Wayne