Tee Times, October 2021 issue.  Inside you’ll find:  Scott Stallings gives back to golf in Tennessee.  Harpeth Hills wins Davis Cup, 12 Stones has a recipe for success, TSSAA stat golf championship results.  These and much more inside.

 

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Is Power Golf the Way to Go?

Is Power Golf the Way to Go?

By David Widener, Senior Editor Tee TimesI first became aware of power golf when purchasing the 1953 paperback edition of Ben Hogan’s book entitled Power Golf after my father began teaching me the game of golf.Noted for his legendary ball-striking ability, Hogan wrote...

Golf Loses a Friend in Passing of Mac Davis

Golf Loses a Friend in Passing of Mac Davis

By Mike Nixon, Special Assistant to the Commissioner TDEC Director of Golf Operations Tn. State ParksSadly, another friend of golf is gone.Mac Davis passed away recently and left a myriad of friends from all walks of life saddened by his departure, as well as his...

2020 Lighting Bug GC Golf tournament

2020 Lighting Bug GC Golf tournament

The 2020 Lightning Bug GC Golf Tournament was a huge success on Saturday, September 12 at the Lightning Bug course supporting the Jesse Frank Junior Golf Scholarship Fund. Over the past fifteen years, with your help, we have raised almost two hundred thousand dollars...

Falling For Golf at Pursell Farms

Falling For Golf at Pursell Farms

With 3,200 acres of mountains, meadows, and woodlands about to undergo the colorful transformation to fall, now’s the time to get a golf getaway at Pursell Farms on the calendar. There’s more to the golf story at this hidden gem—and a few surprises for the...

Phillip Lee adds 3rd win at the MUNI

Phillip Lee adds 3rd win at the MUNI

Phillip Lee has won the James H Fyke Municipal Amateur 3 times out of the last 5 years, but had to make a dramatic comeback to accomplish the 3'pete. The winner of the 2015, 2018, and 2020 MUNI was 2 shots behind playing competitor Chris Barron going into the 18th and...

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Tee Times Golfer was founded in 1992 by Joey Smith and distributed primarily in the middle Tennessee area. Joe and Carol Hall bought the publication in 2002. It became a 24-page tabloid published nine times per year – March through November.

Since then, Tee Times expanded its distribution to the surrounding states and soon became a popular source of golf news and information in the Southeast. Tee Times includes articles about area and regional golf tournaments, covering both amateur and professional events. It also features golf courses, golf destinations, and news from the surrounding golf associations and different state PGA sections.

Tee Times is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America, Golf Travel Writers, and we maintain this website, teetimespaper.com. We have a presence on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. We also provide a weekly newsletter to our database of golfers.

Tee Times sponsors and produces The Nashville Golf Show, a consumer golf show held in February each year that draws numerous golf exhibitors, and thousands of golfers to the three-day show.

Tee Times welcomes freelance articles and story ideas. Send story ideas and submissions to teetimesgregg@gmail.com or pgegolf@bellsouth.net.

Tee Times Staff

Publisher: Joe Hall • pgegolf@bellsouth.net
Editor: Greg Dewalt
Associate Editor: Justin Onslaw
Senior Editor: David Widener
Advertising Director: Carol Hall

Graphic Designer: Jon Hamilton
Social Media Advisor: April Dailey
Technical Advisor: Jimmy Phillips
Printing: Franklin Web Printing Company

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Established in 1991 Tee Times is published 8 months per year (March-November). Reaching golfers throughout the southeast with the printed, and digital issues. Distributed to golf courses, driving ranges, golf retail shops, and sports bars.

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