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Players in the 45th annual HK's Lake of the Ozarks Open will enjoy tee gifts; on-course beverages; tickets to the HK's Benefit Party; and opportunities to meet the Kansas City Chiefs Ambassadors and professional long-range driver "Long Way" Bobby Ray.

Sunday, May 19 at The Cove Golf Course
4-person scramble

10 a.m. - Brunch
11 a.m. -  18 holes of golf
6 p.m. -   HK's Benefit Party

Monday, May 20 at The Club at Porto Cima
4-person scramble

8 a.m. - Breakfast
10 a.m. - 18 holes of golf
3 p.m. - Awards Reception


6 p.m. Sunday, May 19
Granada Ballroom at The Lodge of Four Seasons

All are invited to support local heart care at the HK's Benefit Party. Meet the Kansas City Chiefs Ambassadors, including honorary chair Christian Okoye, while dining on local signature appetizers and bidding on unique auction items.

Also, be captivated as local artist Garrett "Sixone" Jackson live paints a one-of-a-kind piece inspired by the Kansas City Chiefs to be auctioned off.


$25 ticket fee includes:

  • Meet the Kansas City Chiefs Ambassadors and KC Wolf
  • Live entertainment by The James Clay Trio sponsored by Stifel
  • Local chef signature appetizer stations
  • Silent auction with virtual bidding
  • Live auction hosted by Reed Low, former St. Louis Blues player from '00-'04

 Purchase Benefit Party Tickets Here


Benefiting Local Heart Care

As a Level II STEMI Center, Lake Regional Health System provides an essential service to mid-Missouri: ensuring 180,000 residents and millions of visitors have 24/7 access to lifesaving treatment for heart attacks. And because time is muscle, Lake Regional is proud to be a national leader in heart attack treatment time, delivering care faster than 9 out of 10 hospitals nationwide.*

The Lake Regional heart care team uses specialized X-ray equipment in the Cardiac Catheterization Lab to diagnose and treat patients with heart attacks, as well as heart and blood vessel disease, and to implant pacemakers, performing nearly 2,000 procedures annually.

To ensure Lake of the Ozarks-area residents and visitors continue to have access to the latest heart care technology, all proceeds from the HK's Lake of the Ozarks Open tournament will support heart care at Lake Regional Health System, including technology such as the Philips Azurion 7 Series. This industry-leading imaging equipment provides enhanced visualization for finding and treating blockages in the heart and vessels while delivering the lowest possible dose of radiation, improving safety for patients and physicians.

 Learn more about the emergency heart care services at Lake Regional at lakeregional.com/HeartCare.

 *According to the American College of Cardiology's CathPCI Registry

Our History
In the early 1970s, a group of community-minded, lake-area residents realized the need for medical services to treat existing homeowners and the growing second homeowner, retiree and tourist populations. Then, the closest hospital was 50 miles away. Many people who suffered trauma, heart attacks or other serious health conditions did not survive because medical assistance was not immediately available.

Harold Koplar, founder of The Lodge of Four Seasons, was one of the visionaries who believed the area needed a hospital. To help provide funding, the HK's Annual Hospital Benefit Golf Tournament (named for Koplar) was established. In January 1978, Lake of the Ozarks General Hospital, later renamed Lake Regional Hospital, opened its doors.

History cont.

Our Growth
Each year, the nonprofit hospital grew, investing income over expenses and charitable contributions into providing more health care services for the lake region. Because of generous contributions and sound fiscal management, the hospital now is a regional health system, providing trauma services, surgery and complete cardiac, cancer and orthopedic care.



Honorary Chair

This year's honorary chair is Christian Okoye. Okoye retired in 1992 as the all-time rushing leader of the Kansas City Chiefs, having amassed 4,897 yards, 1,246 attempts, and 14 games with at least 100 yards rushing, in his six seasons. Join him and other Kansas City Chiefs Ambassadors in support of local heart care at Lake Regional Health System.


$180,000 Goal


Total Raised

 Gold & Silver Sponsors


Bronze and Flag Sponsors


Lake Regional Health System
Jennifer Bethurem, Vice President of Public Affairs


The Lodge of Four Seasons, Four Seasons Drive, Lake Ozark, MO, USA

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