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Fairfield Glade announces new partnership for Tennessee Women’s Open, Tennessee Senior State Open

FAIRFIELD GLADE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Golf Association and Tennessee PGA Section are excited to announce a new partnership with Fairfield Glade as the new title sponsor for the Tennessee Women’s Open and Tennessee Senior State Open.

The partnership with Fairfield Glade will not only keep both tournaments at Stonehenge Golf Club but also elevate the events for competitors and spectators alike.

“Crossville has long been considered the Golf Capital of Tennessee and we want to thank the City of Crossville for their sponsorship for many years,” Fairfield Glade’s Director of Golf Jeff Houston said. “It was time for Fairfield Glade Community Club to take over the leadership of these great championships, enhance the player experience and continue our roles as the focal point of the Golf Capital of Tennessee. We look forward to the players challenging their skills against the Stonehenge Golf Course and crowning a deserving champion for this year and many years to come.”

The Tennessee Golf Association and Tennessee PGA Section are thrilled to welcome Fairfield Glade to bring new life to the Tennessee Women’s Open and Tennessee Senior State Open while also preserving some of the history of both events.

“Fairfield Glade was already a wonderful host since the Tennessee Women’s Open first came to Stonehenge Golf Club 16 years ago,” Allison Brown, executive director for the Tennessee Golf Association said. “To have them make this additional commitment to this event shows just how strong the community is here. We are proud to partner with the Fairfield Glade community that stands as a beacon of support and engagement in our endeavors.”

“In the heart of the scenic landscape of Fairfield Glade, we find more than just a sponsor for our golf tournaments; we discover a true ally in fostering community and sports excellence,” Tennessee PGA Section Executive Director Clayton Hromadka said. “Fairfield Glade has generously stepped forward to support these events, exemplifying their unwavering commitment to enriching lives through sport and recreation. Their sponsorship not only elevates our tournament but also highlights the vibrant spirit and communal harmony that defines Fairfield Glade. We are immensely thankful for their partnership and look forward to continuing this journey together, making each swing a testament to our shared values and vision.”

As the title sponsor, Fairfield Glade will benefit from prominent branding throughout both the Tennessee Women’s Open and the Tennessee Senior State Open, including logo placement on tournament signage, marketing collateral, and digital platforms.

The Tennessee Senior State Open will return to Stonehenge Golf Club from June 10-11 for its 15th consecutive year. Registration for the event can be found here.

The Tennessee Women’s Open will take place from July 25-27 at Stonehenge Golf Club. Registration is open now and competitors can sign up here.

Fairfield Glade is looking for volunteers for both tournaments to help make them a success and memorable for everyone. For more information on how to become a volunteer, please contact Jeremy Jones at or 931-484-3731; or Jeff Houston at or 931-707-2158.

TNWomensOpenAbout the Tennessee Women’s Open:

Started in 1999, the Tennessee Women’s Open is one of the longest-running women’s Open tournaments in the country. The 54-hole event is split into two divisions, the Championship Division and the Senior Division. The tournament has been held at Stonehenge Golf Club in Fairfield Glade since 2009. Celebrating 26 years of competition, the Tennessee Women’s Open has consistently attracted top talent from around the globe. Past winners include current LPGA Professionals Ashli Bunch, Lauren Coughlin and Karlin Beck as well as some of the top amateur golfers in the world like Tennessee Players of the Year Sophie Linder and Lynn Lim.

Competitors at the tournament tell the Tennessee Golf Association that the Tennessee Women’s Open is one of their favorite tournaments of the year because of the community behind it. Walking up to the 18th green at Stonehenge with the area around the green packed with spectators makes their summer season.

Lynn Lim is the defending champion at the Tennessee Women’s Open. She currently plays for the nationally-ranked Vanderbilt women’s golf team. Her win in 2023 made her just the fourth player in Tennessee golf history to win the Tennessee Women’s Open and Tennessee Women’s Amateur in the same year.

Click here to see more of the history of the Tennessee Women’s Open.

TNSR_Color_BlueTextAbout the Tennessee Senior State Open:

The Tennessee Senior State Open is celebrating its 15th year, all of which have taken place at Stonehenge Golf Club. The 36-hole tournament welcomes 126 seniors from around the state split into two divisions. 100 seniors make up the Championship Division while 26 other golfers will compete in the Super Senior Division.

The Tennessee Senior State Open brings in the top professionals and amateurs from the Volunteer State every year. Past winners include a host of Tennessee Golf Hall of Famers including Tim Jackson and Danny Green.

Kip Henley is the defending champion, pulling off a one-stroke win on the 18th hole. He’s a former PGA Professional at Fairfield Glade’s Heatherhurst Golf Course and PGA TOUR caddie. Henley became the first amateur to win the Tennessee Senior State Open since 2015.

About Fairfield Glade:

Fairfield Glade is an affordable 12,000+ acre golf, tennis, pickleball and lake resort community located on the Cumberland Plateau near Crossville, TN.  Situated between Nashville and Knoxville, 2000 feet above sea level, it is the highest point between the Rocky and Smoky Mountains.  This resort community has five championship golf courses, including Stonehenge Golf Course, home of the Tennessee Women’s Open and Tennessee Senior Men’s Open Championships.  There are 11 spring-fed lakes for boating and fishing along with two full-service marinas and sandy beaches on lakes Dartmoor and St. George.  There are miles of paved walking and hiking trails that take advantage of the incredible natural beauty and beautiful mountain views.  The Center has 36,000 sq. ft. with meeting space to satisfy the needs of any event.  The Center also has an indoor Junior Olympic-sized pool, hot tub, sauna, basketball courts, a Trackman Golf Simulator, Sip & Savor Café and Classroom meeting space.  There is an on-site Wellness Center with state-of-the-art fitness equipment, another indoor pool and exercise classes.  Fairfield Glade has indoor and outdoor tennis courts, pickleball courts, two outdoor pools, Mini-Golf, parks and a Library.  In addition to all the outdoor amenities and activities, Fairfield Glade offers resort casual dining in Stonehenge Grille along with excellent food options at each golf course snack bar.

Fairfield Glade offers beautiful on-site, one- and two-bedroom condos for Stay & Play guests, Golf Packages and Corporate events.

Fairfield Glade is located at 7827 Peavine Road, near Crossville, TN just 6 miles off I-40 and within a short drive of three metropolitan cities- less than an hour from Knoxville and less than two hours from Nashville and Chattanooga.  For more information, please contact Mary Jo Paige, Director of Marketing & Events at 931-707-2167.  For additional information about Fairfield Glade Community Club, visit our website at

About Tennessee PGA:

Formed in 1968, The Tennessee Section PGA is one of the 41 sections that comprise the Professional Golfers’ Association of America. It is one of the largest sections, with over 500 members and associates. Tennessee PGA seeks to elevate the standards of the professional golfers’ vocation, to promote the interest in the game of golf, to protect and advance the mutual interest of the Members, to conduct tournaments and offer educational opportunities for the employment and benefit of the Members and to promote good relations with clubs and communities within the Tennessee Section’s boundaries.

About Tennessee Golf Association:

Founded in 1914, the Tennessee Golf Association supports and promotes golf throughout the state with the mission to “drive Tennessee’s golf community forward.” What started as an association of five private clubs in Memphis over 100 years ago has since grown to include over 200 member clubs, courses and organizations across the state representing over 42,000 individuals.