Join us for the 14th Annual Kids Classic Golf Tournament for a day of golf, friends and fun!

2015 Tournament Information - Schedule of Events

Saturday, June 27, 2015
Golf Tournament

Excelsior Springs Golf Club
1201 East Golf Hill Drive
Excelsior Springs, MO 64024

11:00 - 12:45 PM - Registration, Calcutta, Lunch, Silent Auction, Range and putting (optional)

12:45 - 1:00 PM - Announcements, Hole assignments

1:00 PM - Shotgun start 18 hole scramble tournament

Scores and awards immediately following tournament

  • Silent auction will be available after golf until 7:00 PM or until 10 minutes after all scores are posted
  • On course events: Hole in one contests and closest to the pin on all par 3’s, Gambling
    hole on #4 (Par 3), Men’s long drive, Women’s long drive
  • Two flights-depending on number of teams, Prizes for 1st and 2nd place

Directions to Golf Course

From I-35 (N. or S.) to 69 Highway
Exit (Excelsior Springs) approximately 10 miles to 10 Highway exit (Ex. Springs)-
Follow through Excelsior Springs to large hill leading out of town.
Take first right at top of the hill to outer road.
Take another immediate right and follow road to course (about 1 mile).
Airport will be on your left.

From 210/10 Highway through Richmond-
Take 10 Highway past Wood Heights.
Look for brick house with columns on the right, and the airport on the left.
Take first left before going down hill into Excelsior Springs.
Take immediate right and follow road to course (about 1 mile).
Airport will be on your left.

Tournament Pictures

Thank you to all who have contributed in various ways throughout the last 12 years!  We greatly appreciate your support!

2009 Kids Classic Picture Gallery
2011 Kids Classic Picture Gallery

Enjoy -
Steve & Donna

I Can Fly Foundation

The I Can Fly Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to the improved care and quality of life for children with neuroblastoma. It is privately supported through donations from individuals and businesses that recognize the urgent need to help children and their families throughout such difficult times.

The foundation was founded with the mission to provide a dose of happiness for St. Louis area children with neuroblastoma cancer and their families during cancer treatment. The founders of the I Can Fly Foundation, Howard and Margot Malloy, were personally affected by neuroblastoma.

In 1997, their son Patrick was diagnosed with this terrible disease. He was three years old at the time of diagnosis. Patrick died in June, 2000. This horrible tragedy has made everyone involved even more dedicated. We work hard to raise money for families with seriously ill children. The foundation has several contacts throughout St. Louis associated with the cancer treatment centers in the area. It is through these contacts that the foundation is put in contact
with families who are now facing what the Malloy’s faced with Patrick. That is where the I Can Fly Foundation can help those families as the Malloy’s were helped when they needed it most.

Carter's Gift From The Heart

Carter’s Gift From The Heart foundation was started in memory of our son James Carter Grace. Carter was a very healthy, happy and active little boy. He loved to be outside playing, running,
and searching for bugs. He was truly a joy and loved by all that knew him.

On June 25, 2000 Carter died suddenly at the age of three years and eleven months. The cause of his death was found to be viral myocarditis. This inflammation of the heart was probably caused by the flu he had earlier that week. The result was an abnormal heart rhythm, which led to sudden cardiac arrest. Sudden cardiac arrest can be an unpredictable, silent killer. Carter did
not have any warning signs prior to his death. Because of our experience, we know how important it is to live in a heart safe community.

Carter’s Gift From The Heart foundation is working to place Automatic External Defibrillators in schools. AED’s provide electrical defibrillation (shock) and have been designed to be used by non-medical people outside the hospital setting. Defibrillation must occur within minutes after cardiac arrest to increase the chance for survival. Our family has been faced with an indescribable loss. We hope that because of Carter’as short life, other’s experiencing sudden cardiac arrest may have a second chance.

Thank you for supporting us in our goal -

The Grace Family