Skip to main content

Registration is open for the University of Tennessee Police Department’s annual golf tournament that benefits children of UTPD staff and retirees.

The sixth annual UTPD Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at the Three Ridges Golf Course at 12:30 p.m. Friday, May 18.

UTPD has held the event since 2007 to fund the UTPD Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship was established in honor of UTPD Officer Ben Bohanan after he was tragically killed on his way home from work. Since the inception of this fund, the name has been amended to recognize other officers who have passed. Scholarships are awarded annually to assist UTPD dependents in purchasing books and other items needed to attend UT.

The tournament, a four-person team event, is open to everyone. The registration cost is $100 per person or $400 per team. Team registrations received prior to March 15 will receive 10 percent off of the fee. For their entry fee, team members will receive greens fees with cart, a hospitality bag, golf shirt, and a catered dinner upon completion.

Additionally, sponsorship opportunities are available for hole sponsors for $250 and cart sponsors for $100 per business or $25 per individual.

For more information about the event, visit the UTPD website or contact Captain Jeff Severs at or 974-3111.