The Grove’s Annual Golf Tournament to Benefit Agape

The Grove’s annual charity golf tournament will take place in their luxury Williamson County golf community October 11-12. Teams of community leaders, businesses and golf-lovers will come together to help raise money for Agape Animal Rescue and The First Tee of Middle Tennessee. Hosts Mark and Cindy Enderle are excited to annouce The Jaeckle Center as Title sponsor who will also be joined by other vendors including our friends at Three Dog Bakery.

The 2-day golf event will kick off at 6 PM on Oct. 11 at The Grove’s Manor House with a cocktail hour, dinner and silent auction with incredible luxury items donated by Platinum Jewelers, Bistro 360, My Second Home Pet Resort and more! Cory Chisel of the award-winning folk rock band Cory Chisel and The Wandering Sons will be capping off the evening with a live concert.

The scramble golf tournament of 4-person teams will take place Oct. 12 with an 11:00 AM shotgun start, followed by an awards reception at 4:30. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

The $1600 entry fee includes 8 passes to the Sunday night welcome party, a 4-player team in the tournament with lunch and prizes, and entry to the awards reception. Individuals are welcome to play for a $500 donation or simply enjoy the dinner and concert for $100.

The Grove invites you to join them in their efforts to raise much-needed funds for Agape Animal Rescue and The First Tee of Middle Tennessee.

The Grove is located minutes from historic Franklin, Tennessee. The Grove is a 1,100-acre, private, gated community offering a distinctive club lifestyle, complete with Williamson County’s only Greg Norman Signature Golf Course and the most comprehensive amenity and recreation package of any community in the region.

The Grove features luxury, artisan-built, estate homes that have been created from a rich, thoughtful palette of classic architectural styles, each with defined characteristics and signature elements, and set into an impressive landscape dotted with streams, old farm lands and rolling, wooded hills. Homes from the low $700,000’s to over $2 million. To learn more about The Grove, visit

For questions please contact 615-368-3044 or [email protected].