|Nothing says, “I care about you” more than treating clients to an outing at a private club. At Fox Den, we go the extra mile to ensure guests have fun and feel like a “member for a day" as they experience unsurpassed service and personalized attention from the moment they arrive at our club. |
Our eighteen hole championship golf course, driving range and over-sized putting green have been home to the Web.com News Sentinel Open since 1999. Rolling hills, beautiful wooded areas, ponds and long fairway stretches all combine to make the perfect setting for a golf outing. In addition to the magnificent setting the Golf Course provides, our professional staff ensures every detail is taken care of. Elegant banquet rooms, combined with an outstanding service and culinary staff, ensures an unforgettable experience.
All tournaments include a variety of services, such as:
Outings can accommodate up to 240 golfers with clubhouse seating for up to 400. Our head golf professional, Scott Moran, is happy to arrange crowd-pleasing golf contests, such as:
These competitions and contests can assist fundraising efforts. Fox Den is open for a select number of tournaments and outings on Mondays each year with a minimum of 72 players. For more information, Head Golf Pro Scott Moran, at 865-966-9771 or ScottM@foxdencountryclub.com.
Annual charitable outings include:
Peyton Manning Golf Classic
The Peyton Manning Golf Classic is a summer event where more than 225 golfers enjoy a round of golf in the morning or afternoon with former UT quarterback and current Denver Bronco quarterback, Peyton Manning. The PeyBack Foundation, established by Peyton Manning himself in 1999, promotes the future success of disadvantaged youth by assisting programs that provide both leadership and opportunities for children at risk. All proceeds from this golf tournament will help children in Tennessee. Want to learn more? Click here.
The Butterfly FundWe are proud that one of the many annual fundraisers hosted on our course is The Butterfly Fund Golf Tournament. The Butterfly Fund was established by the families of Emily Barger and Maddie Harrill through the East Tennessee Foundation in memory of their daughters who were both diagnosed in 2007 with a rare form of childhood cancer, rhabdomyosarcoma. Both children passed away in the summer of 2008; however, the Butterfly Fund continues to support the research, treatment and services dedicated to the defeat of childhood cancers. Want to learn more? Click here.