We are still seeking sponsors for the 5th Annual Memorial Golf Tournament. We have a few options for those of you who are interested...

1. Donate Raffle Items for our silent auction/raffle. Gift baskets, gift certificates for services, etc. will be accepted until Monday, September 17th.

2. Become a Tournament Sponsor... would you like to advertise your business on each one of the golf carts that will be driven by our participants? We will have 72 carts with limited space for advertising... we are only accepting 5 Tournament Sponsors. We will have signage with your company's logo on each cart. Essentially, your company will have exposure to 144 players throughout the day. Tournament
sponsorships are $1,000, which also includes your company logo on this year's banner that will be hung at the registration table/raffle area throughout the tourney. The deadline for this opportunity is Monday, September 10th.

3. Become a Hole Sponsor... for $100 you can have your business logo or a "quote" from you, your business and/or family to be posted at one of the holes at the tournament. Last year we had 70 hole sponsors... our goal this year is 72 sponsors so that we can have 4 signs at each hole... would you like to participate and help us reach our goal? The deadline for hole sponsorship is Monday, September 10th.

If you'd like to be a sponsor of this year’s event, please contact Jeannie Johnson at (816) 853-3602 via text or phone and she'll be happy to help you. 

Thank you to all of our supporters... without you, we would not be able to continue Kori's dream of raising awareness and money for research for pediatric cancer. We truly believe that one day we will find a CURE!!! God Bless.


Mail tournament fees/sponsorship fees to:

i-ROK Foundation

111 Highland Park Avenue

Excelsior Springs, MO 64024


i-ROK Foundation

Imagine getting Rid Of Kancer

5th Annual i-ROK Golf Tournament

Saturday, Sept 22nd

Tee Time 8:30

Excelsior Springs Golf Course

1201 E Golf Hill Drive

Excelsior Springs, MO 64024

More Details?

Contact Kurt Johnson