The Story Of An Impromptu PGA Tour Champions Wedding

They know a thing or two (or three or four) about weddings on the Senior Tour Champions Tour PGA Tour Champions, and Golfweek's Adam Schupak has the proof: Scott McCarron’s impromptu wedding to Jenny Klein, organized, officiated and witnessed by some of golf’s finest over-50 golfers.

And if you ever need a harpist in Branson, Faxon is your man!

During dinner that night, Bass Pro Shops owner Johnny Morris, who also owns the Big Cedar Lodge, stopped by the couple’s table and confirmed that the chapel was available for a Saturday evening wedding. While McCarron played his Saturday round, Klein went into Branson and found a gown and bought two rings at Kohl’s.

Faxon had a friend who lived in Branson and knew a harpist. Morris provided the resort’s bagpipe player. The resort also supplied a wedding cake and hors d’oeuvres. The Stadlers pitched in with champagne and the Frosts with the wine. “Pretty soon we had a party,” McCarron said. “By the time I was on the ninth hole, the wedding was planned. It was how to plan a wedding in 24 hours.”