HK's Hospital Benefit Golf Tournament
JUNE 6 & 7, 2020




HK'S TOURNAMENT (2019) NETS $91,691
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Featuring players & ambassadors from the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

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.

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 Chairman, Danan Hughes

Danan Hughes made football his full-time profession after college when the Kansas City Chiefs selected him in 1993 NFL Draft. Hughes played for the Chiefs from 1993 to 1998 as a wide receiver and special teams player. Since 2008, Hughes has also served as a college football and college baseball analyst for the Big Ten Network.

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