Due to the close proximity of the Sevierville Golf Club in Sevierville, Tenn., the convention center has seen an increase in the number of events utilizing its 36-hole golfing neighbor.
Newly remodeled, the golf club has proved to be an attractive proposition for meeting organizers and event planners looking to mix business with leisure in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains.
During large tournaments, such as the Tennessee Boys and Girls Junior Amateur Championship July 8-10, the convention center works with the club to provide the need of extra banquet space. The golf club also provides meetings and convention attendees a convenient access to two 18-hole championship courses, first-class practice facilities and a full-service restaurant.
“Golf courses have always been and will continue to be the go-to outdoor boardrooms for business men and women,” said David Bobo, director, Sevierville Convention Center. “We’re fortunate to be located next door to a championship-caliber golf facility and to be able to offer our event attendees the opportunity to spend quality time within the shadows of the Smokies, in one of the most beautiful outdoor offices around.”
The Girls’ Junior Amateur Championship will be held at Sevierville Golf Club’s Highlands Course, winding through lush rolling hills and fresh mountain ponds. The Boys’ Junior Amateur Championship will be held on the club’s River Course, which runs alongside the historic Little Pigeon River. The Sevierville Convention Center will host a joint banquet for all participants and families prior to the start of the tournament.
For more information on the Sevierville Golf Club, visit www.seviervillegolfclub.com.