LPRF Golf Tournament

“Tee It Up Fore Parks” is a best ball scramble tournament benefiting the Liberty Parks & Rec Foundation (LPRF), by supporting youth scholarships for programs, services and community center memberships provided by Liberty Parks & Rec. The LPRF is committed to funding services for kids, families and the Liberty community.

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The 2019 tournament raised $13,000 towards the scholarship program! Since the scholarship program began in 2009, the Liberty Parks & Rec Foundation (LPRF) has been able to provide nearly $80,000 in scholarships for Liberty Community Center memberships and LPR programs assisting 1,068 individuals. Thank you for helping us ensure no child is turned away due to their inability to pay.

Thank you to our 2019 sponsors and donors:

Platinum Level - $1,000 +

Dick’s Sporting Goods
Mark & Karen Mathes

Gold Sponsors- $500

Dick & Anna Marie Martin
Ground Effects
Liberty Medical Center - Dr. Malisos
Park Lawn Northland Chapel -The Devry Family
Plato’s Closet - Liberty, MO

Silver Sponsors-$300

Blue Oak Technology Solutions
Farmers Insurance - The Watt Agency
Kanning Orthodontics
Liberty Park Dental Lab
Liberty RV

Bronze Sponsors-$100

City Electric Supply
Flintlock Dental
Hales Heating and Cooling
Hoover and Hibdon, PC
Liberty Area Chamber of Commerce
Liberty Park  Chiropractic
McKnight Eye Centers
Steve’s Auto Repair


Prize Donations

All About Tie-Dye
B&B Theatres
Brant’s Clothing
BMO Harris Bank
Catfish & Tater
Cheapo Depo II
Ci-Ci’s Pizza
Dick’s Sporting Goods
Excelsior Springs Golf Course
Gary Crossley Ford
Ginger Sue’s
Gold and More Jewelers
Hammerhand Coffee
Hot Spot Pools, Hot Tubs & BBQ
Kansas City Royals
La Costa Mexican Restaurant
Liberty Hills Golf Club
Liberty Parks & Rec
Lowe’s– Liberty, MO
Margaritaville Lake Resort
MOD Pizza
MO Sports
More Excuses
Petals & Potpourri
Pie Time
Pizza Ranch
Planet Sub
Raising Cane’s
Red Robin
Sporting KC
Wicklunds CARSTAR
Winterstone Golf Course
Tiffany Greens Golf Course


Supporting Youth Scholarships

The golf tournament helps support the LPRF youth scholarship program which has helped to pay registration fees for more than 840 kids have been awarded scholarships totaling more than $50,300 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.