Residents are beginning to experience a return to normalcy following the Tellico Village Recreation Department’s strategic plan to gradually reopen facilities.

The coronavirus pandemic has forced shutdowns across the country, but many Tellico Village residents are still finding ways to get out of the house.

The coronavirus pandemic has forced changes in the everyday lives of millions across the country, but some Tellico Village homeowners are making the best of the situation by getting outdoors and spending quality time enjoying the scenic beauty in the community.

After one year of existence, the Tellico Village Tennis Club has yielded unprecedented success by becoming one of the fastest rising organizations in the community.

For more than a decade, the Tellico Village Fishing Club has been one of the most popular clubs in the Village and Loudon County thanks to a large membership with welcoming arms.

With warmer temperatures and sunshine just around the corner, all three Tellico Village golf courses are using the month of March to work on the greens and other areas in preparation for the new golf season.

The 10-week, slow-pitch Tellico Men’s Senior Softball League is scheduled to begin spring play March 17 at Loudon Municipal Park.

Anglers and vendors from all over East Tennessee descended on Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church Saturday for the fourth annual fishing flea market.

Despite chilly temperatures and a mix of rain and snow this winter, a handful of Tellico Village residents are embracing the cold, lacing up the skates and hitting the ice.

Cold and rainy weather is not deterring Tellico Village residents from getting active this winter, which is why the Tellico Village Property Owners Association Recreation Department is making every effort to improve programs and facilities.

The Tellico Village Property Owners Association officially appointed Toqua Golf Course superintendent Chris Sykes the new director of golf operations following the departure of Jim West in December.

Tellico Village seniors are taking advantage of a fun, unique exercise class once a week at First Baptist Church of Tellico Village to help improve balance and strengthen muscles.

Tellico Village residents dealing with body aches, sore muscles and other issues can now take advantage of exclusive assessments and exercises provided by Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics.

Tellico Village residents now have the opportunity to have their voices heard and give back to enhance amenities and special projects through the recently formed Timeless Tellico Foundation.

Just when Tanasi golf professional Casey Flenniken thought he had reached the peak of his playing career, he achieved an even higher goal last month en route to being named the 2019 Tennessee Professional Golfers’ Association Omega Regular and Assistant Player of the Year.

The following golfer achieved a hole-in-one recently in Tellico Village:

The Tellico Men’s Senior Softball League concluded the 2019 season with a pizza party and John Hunter, league commissioner, recognizing the Mustangs, coached by Quentin Young, as league champions with an 8-2 record. The six-team league for men age 55-plus plays at noon Tuesdays at Loudon Mun…

Dozens of visitors and honored guests braved the cold and huddled close Friday to take part in a ceremonial ribbon cutting to officially open the new Toqua Golf Course clubhouse.

Before the sun rose Oct. 22, a handful of swimmers were splashing and racing through the Wellness Center pool to condition their bodies and set personal times as part of the newly formed Silver Tarpons swim team.

The weather was perfect Friday when Tellico Village golf professionals took to the greens for a friendly competition to benefit a worthy cause.

The following golfers achieved a hole-in-one recently in Tellico Village:

As the sun peaked Saturday morning over the Smoky Mountains, cyclists from East Tennessee got to experience the beauty of Tellico Village up close.

Dozens of walkers descended on the Wellness Center last week to take part in the second annual Step Up for the Cure to help raise awareness for the fight against cancer.

The sun glistened over the cool, calm water early morning Sept. 11 as a small group of paddleboarders and kayakers headed four miles down Tellico Lake to soak in nature and reflect on one of the most tragic days in history.

Villagers invaded the Wellness Center on Thursday to practice slow movements, deep breathing and heavy concentration in an attempt to reduce stress and become more flexible.

The summer proved busy, but memorable, for members of the Tellico Village Roadrunners RV Club.

More than 100 golfers and volunteers descended Saturday upon Toqua Golf Course to participate in the 20th annual Kiwanis Club of Tellico Village Charity Golf Outing.

More than 100 people gathered Thursday morning outside the putting greens at The Links at Kahite to witness the unveiling of a new, long-awaited community center.

The weather was perfect Saturday when golfers from greater Knoxville descended on Tanasi Golf Course for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12135 golf tournament.

The Tellico Men’s Senior Softball League is looking for men 55 and over that reside in Loudon County and surrounding communities.

Tellico Villagers are finding ways to get outdoors and enjoy various waterways around the Southeast.

Golfers from East Tennessee descended Saturday on Toqua Golf Course to compete in the fourth annual Smoky Mountain Service Dogs golf tournament.

Boys and girls took to the greens last week to participate in the annual Tellico Village Junior Golf Camp at Toqua Golf Course.

A handful of local vendors filled the Yacht Club parking lot Friday during the inaugural Summer Days event hosted by the Tellico Village Property Owners Association.

Women golfers braved gusty winds and pockets of rain Saturday to participate in the third annual Friends of the Tellico Village Library Ladies Golf Outing at Toqua Golf Course.

All three Tellico Village golf courses were booked June 12-Saturday as residents and guests participated in the annual member-guest tournament now known as the Red-Tailed Hawk Invitational.

The Tellico Men’s Senior Softball League concluded the 2019 spring season with a picnic, and John Hunter, league commissioner, recognizing the Renegades, captained by Gene Kowalski, as league champions with a 6-2 record. The five-team league for men age 55-plus plays at noon Tuesdays at Loud…

Golfers and non-golfers alike took advantage of the beautiful weather May 29 and gathered on the Tanasi Golf Course putting greens for the second Chip, Putt, Suds and Strings event.


Golfers from the Kahite community of Tellico Village and surrounding areas descended Saturday upon The Links at Kahite to participate in the annual Hopewell Volunteer Fire Department Golf Tournament.


The sun’s rays reflected over Tellico Lake as boaters lined up Saturday morning to receive blessings and prayers in the annual Blessing of the Fleet ceremony at the Yacht Club.


While golf and pickleball are the most popular sports in Tellico Village, one woman continues to pursue her passion in a different field of play.

Tellico Villagers interested in giving a new activity a try can drop in at the Wellness Center pickleball courts this month and learn the ropes.


The Tellico Village golf operations team has developed several new programs that will incorporate more competition and socialization for golfers and non-golfers.


Following weeks of cold and rainy weather, golfers took advantage of the sun and hit the greens last week at Toqua Golf Course.


A crowd of about 50, bundled in jackets and some with walking sticks in hand, met at the Wellness Center early March 13 to walk trails built by volunteers.

Golfers packed the conference room of the Tellico Village Yacht Club March 6 for the Lady Linksters’ first meeting of the year.

To help Villagers find ways to get outside and be more active as spring draws near, members of the Tellico Village Tennis Club are offering a new, free tennis program.

The sounds of laughter and conversation filled the room Thursday as residents from all over Tellico Village gathered to play Rummikub at Chota Recreation Center.


Fishermen from all over East Tennessee gathered Saturday to buy, sell and trade equipment at Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church.