LPRF Golf Tournament
“Tee It Up Fore Parks” is a best ball scramble tournament benefiting the Liberty Parks & Rec Foundation (LPRF), formerly the Liberty Parks and Recreation Charitable Fund, by supporting programs and services provided by Liberty Parks & Rec. The LPRF is committed to funding services for kids, families and the Liberty community.
- Date: July 13, 2018
- Time: 8 a.m. shotgun start
- Location: Liberty Hills Golf Club,19808 State Hwy H Map»
- Entry includes:
- Free range balls before the event
- 18 holes of golf with a cart
- Complimentary lunch
- Commemorative team photo
- Door prizes and hole prizes
- Raffle and auction items (available to purchase)
- Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in Flight A and B.
Individual prizes will be awarded for Longest Drive, Longest Putt, and Closest to the Pin.
Register as a team of four or as an individual. Golfers looking for a team should check “Individual” on the form and we will place you on a team.
Team of four: $260 | Individual: $65
- Mail or bring your team registration form and check to the Liberty Community Center, 1600 S. Withers Road, Liberty, MO 64068 Map»
Registration deadline: July 6, 2018
Registration Form »
Four different sponsorship levels offer opportunities for area businesses to stand out as Parks & Rec partners and maximize exposure throughout the tournament.
- Platinum ($1,000) - Includes 4 golfers, sponsor sign at a tee box, food or beverage sponsor recognition and your name on the tournament sponsor sign.
- Gold ($500) - Includes 4 golfers and sponsor sign at a tee box, plus your name on the tournament sponsorship sign.
- Silver ($300) - Includes 2 golfers and golfers and sponsor sign at a tee box, plus your name on the tournament sponsorship sign.
- Bronze ($100) - Includes name on tournament sponsor sign.
Sponsorship deadline: June 22, 2018
Sponsorship Form »
Supporting Community Scholarships
The golf tournament will help to support programs such as the LPRCF’s youth scholarship program, which has helped to pay registration fees for more than 160 children so they can participate in recreational leagues. When involvement in these programs builds character, teaches leadership, improves classroom performance and reduces crime, the importance of scholarships in our community becomes apparent.