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Lawrence Country Club
400 Country Club Terrace
Lawrence KS 66049



  • Lunch, 2 Drink Tickets, and Swag Item Provided to all Players
  • $1,500 in Team Prizes and Hole Games
  • Registration at 11 am - Shotgun start at 12:30 pm
  • 19th Hole after golf with Prizes of the Day

LBOR Charity Classic Golf Tournament

100% of the proceeds from this event are contributed to local charitable programs that help stabilize households and homes in need in Douglas County. 

The 2023 LBOR Charity Classic returns to Lawernce Country Club again this year on Monday, October 16th, Registration is limited to 100 golfers to ensure the quality of play, and make this an enjoyable experience for our players.

LCC Course Landscape 2021

Envista Credit Union - Title Sponsor
Security 1st Title - 19th Hole Sponsor
Lawyer's Title of KS - Lunch Sponsor
CEK - Beverage Sponsor
Truity Credit Union - Beverage Sponsor
Fairway Independent Mortgage - Prize Sponsor
Dale Willey Automotive - Hole-in-one Sponsor
Guardian Mortgage - Putting Green Sponsor
Meritrust Credit Union - Range Sponsor



Why the Charity Classic, and what role does the Lawrence Board of REALTORS Community Foundation fill in our Community?

100% of Proceeds from Lawrence Board of REALTORS Community Foundation events like Charity Classic are awarded right here in Lawrence & Douglas County! Yes, 100%!

Your participation in the Charity Classic makes a difference here in Lawrence & Douglas County! We are creating a better community by stabilizing households for the most vulnerable in our community.

Since its inception in 2018, the Lawrence Board of REALTORS Community Foundation has supported our community with over $180,000 in housing stabilization and disaster assistance.

  • The LBOR Community Foundation has contributed over $130,000 to area charitable organizations in support of programs that directly assist those in our community who most need help to ensure that they continue to have a safe place to call home!
  • The LBOR Community Foundation has also provided over $52,000 in disaster relief in Douglas County, for housing assistance to those who were displaced as a result of the May 2019 tornado.
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