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RiverBend Country Club to host final championships of the 2024 TGA Season


SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Golf Association will wrap up its 2024 championship schedule at RiverBend Country Club as they’re set to host the Senior and Super Senior Match Play championships. This will be the course’s fifth time hosting a TGA championship.

The Shelbyville-area course last hosted in 1994 when they welcomed the Tennessee Junior Amateur and Tennessee Girls’ Junior Championships. RiverBend also hosted the two events in 1973.

The Tennessee Senior and Super Senior Match Play Championships will begin on September 24th and continue through the 27th to round out the 2024 season.

Dan Crockett will look to become the first repeat champion at the Tennessee Senior Match Play since Tim Jackson won three in a row between 2017-2019. Tom Baird will try to successfully defend his Tennessee Super Senior Match Play crown for the third consecutive year after winning in 2021, 2022 and 2023.

Registration for the Tennessee Senior & Super Senior Match Play Championships open at 9 am CT on Wednesday, May 1 at

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.