Join Knoxville native and PGA TOUR player, Scott Stallings at the 2nd Annual Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Benefit Dinner at The Walnut Kitchen in Maryville, TN. The dinner will be held on two separate nights (March 25 and 26) and all proceeds raised will benefit the Kids Play Free Junior Golf Initiative (KPF).
Upon attendance, guests will be served a five-course meal at The Walnut Kitchen with a drink pairing for each course. A seated cocktail hour will kick off the festivities and a five course meal will follow. To safely accommodate guests, the dinner will be capped at 60 participants and tables will be spaced six feet apart to ensure proper social distancing.
Nestled at the foothills of the Smoky Mountains in Maryville, Tennessee, The Walnut Kitchen is where culinary artistry meets hometown comfort. The Walnut Kitchen exhibits impeccable service through demonstrating values of knowledge, graciousness, efficiency, sustainability, and warm hospitality in our work. By combining a seasonal menu of local produce and an unsurpassed Tennessee dry aged beef selection with the skills of culinary experts and cocktail enthusiasts, The Walnut Kitchen facilitates an unmatched farm-to-table dining experience. We look forward to partnering with The Walnut Kitchen to create two nights of fun, food and beverages for a great cause!
About the KPF: In 2018, Scott teamed up with the Tennessee Golf Foundation and created The Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Junior Golf Initiative. The KPF provides Knoxville's youth with unrestricted, free access to the game of golf at multiple facilities, 365 days a year. To date, more than 20,000 free rounds of golf have been played by Knoxvilles youth through the program.