The action at the Temple Hills Country Club gets underway bright and early Monday morning at 9am...as participants check in and start their practicing and warm-up. This takes place during a 2 hour window which is followed by a 45 minute lunch break. At approximately 11:45am what amounts to a pre-game ceremony gets underway with golf cart staging, information discussed or event announcements delivered, as well as the playing of the National Anthem. This will happen during a 15 minute window and then at Noon the game itself will commence. After the charity tournament there will be the usual after-game festivities inside the clubhouse.
The golf game itself, as mentioned, will begin tomorrow and it'll take place in Franklin, Tennessee whereas the events today will take place at the CabaRay in Bellevue which is almost always referred to as West Nashville in marketing and publicity. The locale of the CabaRay is 5724 River Road and it's main access is Charlotte Pike which itself is accessed via I-40. Naturally those directions are for tourists...the locals may have their own directions in arriving at the same destination.
Even today there may be some that think the CabaRay is in downtown Nashville or within a few blocks from other tourist attractions but in reality it's in the Bellevue, Tennessee neighborhood which is grouped into a regional area referred to as West Nashville with Bellevue being roughly 13 miles southwest of Nashville...but the neighborhood is included within Nashville's jurisdiction and a result the venue has a Nashville street address and politically the neighborhood is governed by Nashville. Once again here's the information about the Ray Stevens Charity Golf Classic.