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401 E Spruce St
Garden City, Kansas 67846

Emergency Room: 24/7

37.9696779, -100.8683424

Latitude: 37.9696779, Longitude: -100.8683424

About St. Catherine Hospital

St. Catherine Hospital was founded by two pioneering physicians and the Dominican Sisters. They created and maintained the spirit that has enabled St. Catherine Hospital associates to develop a growing health care facility unlike any other in southwest Kansas. St. Catherine Hospital shares a rich, historical heritage with Garden City, Finney County and the rest of the area. Just like many families and businesses in our community, our roots run deep, 85 years of excellence and counting. As we move farther into the 21st Century, it is even more important for St. Catherine Hospital to reinforce the legacy that the Sisters began in 1931. Today, St. Catherine Hospitals is a Joint Commission accredited regional hospital and is part of Centura Health, the largest, most comprehensive health system in Colorado and western Kansas focused on connecting Kansas and Colorado to world-class care. St. Catherine Hospital is 102-bed Joint Commission-accredited regional health care center in southwest Kansas whose mission is to extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for those who are ill and by nurturing the health of the people in our communities.

Distinctive Services 

  • State-of-the-art Level III emergency department with a critical air transport base that brings advanced life-saving air service to western Kansas, eastern Colorado and the Oklahoma panhandle
  • Seven bed, Level II Newborn Intensive Care Unit
  • Ten bed Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit
  • State-of-the-art Surgery Center
  • Neurodiagnostic and Sleep Disorder Center
  • Hospice Care Services
  • Medical Clinics include the Heart Center with Cath Lab, Fertility Care Center, Wound Care Clinic, Orthopedic Center, Women's Clinic and Inpatient Physical Rehabilitation Center
  • Podiatry Center
  • Newly renovated and expanded 35,000 square foot Heartland Cancer Center with Tru Beam Linear Accelerator
  • Hospitalist and Intensivist program
  • Multi-specialty physicians providing over 20 outreach clinics throughout western Kansas
  • Inpatient Dialysis Unit
  • 24/7 cardiology, orthopedic and critical care physician coverage
  • Nationally accredited Breast Center
  • Nationally accredited Stroke Center
  • Maternal Child Center with Level III NICU & dedicated C-Section Suite

Patient and Community Resources

  • Breastfeeding Clinic
  • Support the LiveWell Finney County
  • Loved ones of patients may stay at the Benincasa House
  • The only certified and active CEU program in western Kansas
  • The Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) is a community-based team that corrdinates the response to victims of sexual assault

By the Numbers 

  • 587 associates
  • 123 bedside nurses
  • 112,836 physician/clinic visits
  • 433.9 average patients a day
  • 753 children born
  • 92,720 annual non-emergency outpatient visits
  • 17,547 annual emergency department visits

* For the calendar year that ended December 1, 2016

  • History of St. Catherine Hospital

    St. Catherine Hospital’s origin traced back to 1902

    St. Catherine Hospital’s origin can be traced back to 1902 when a two-room clinic above a clothing store on Main Street served as Garden City’s only hospital.

    In 1916, Dr. Charles Rewerts converted a rooming house into a 24-bed hospital, serving a vast territory in those pioneer days. Joined by Dr. O.W. Miner in 1929, they built Garden City’ first 45-bed modern hospital. The Dominican Sisters purchased the hospital in 1931 and re-named it St. Catherine Hospital after Saint Catherine of Siena, who lived in the 14th century and ministered to the sick of Siena, Italy.

    “Eighty-five years ago, the Dominican Sisters established St. Catherine Hospital,” said CEO and President Scott Taylor. “Their covenant of caring continues to this day as the largest hospital in western Kansas, extending the healing ministry of Christ to all the communities we serve.”

    The Dominican Sisters brought St. Catherine Hospital through many difficult times. Frequently, they took all available revenues and used the funds to provide newer, needed services to make the community healthier. At times, they were forced to stretch each dollar to its limit. To these wise and compassionate Sisters, this was the spirit of St. Catherine Hospital.

    Beginning in the 1940’s, additions were made to the hospital every 10 years including: the 2005 purchase of Garden Medical Clinic, renamed Siena Medical Clinic, which houses the largest number of primary and specialty physicians in southwest Kansas; the 2008 purchase of the Women’s Clinic and opening of the Heart Center; the 2011 completion of 64 new state-of-the-art medical and surgical patient rooms; the addition of digital mammography machines in 2013; the opening in 2014 of the Emergency Department Fast Track, which is designed to provide care for less-critical emergencies; and the opening of the Convenient Care Clinic in 2016.

    One of the hospital’s most notable additions was the cancer center, added in 1997 and then expanded in 2016 — nearly doubling the original facility’s size. The Heartland Cancer Center opened its doors in April and features state-of-the art cancer treatment technology and offers the latest in chemotherapy and radiation therapy to improve tumor control, reduce side effects due to better organ visualization, and enhance treatment techniques for optimal outcomes.

    Garden City and Finney County have experienced substantial business growth during the last thirty years. St. Catherine Hospital has helped and also benefited from this growth. As business prospered in the area, so did the hospital all while maintaining a dynamic and highly skilled health care environment.

    “Twelve years ago when I came here, we had a medical staff right at 30, and now we have well over 60 providers,” Taylor said. “We’ve grown in every way, and the future is still bright in the ministry at St. Catherine.” More than half of St. Catherine Hospital’s patients come from outside of Finney County, Taylor said, and the hospital continues to grow, he added. Now, as we move into the 21st Century, it is even more important for St. Catherine Hospital to reinforce the legacy that the Sisters began in 1931.

    A person learns a great deal about other people by discovering their origins, their beliefs and their priorities. The same is true for organizations.

    St. Catherine Hospital shares a rich, historical heritage with Garden City, Finney County and the rest of southwest Kansas.  Just like many families and businesses in our community, St. Catherine Hospital’s roots run deep.

    St. Catherine Hospital can trace its earliest beginnings to 1902 when a two-room clinic above a clothing store on Main Street served as the hospital in Garden City.

    • In 1916, Dr. Charles Rewerts converted a rooming house into a 24-bed hospital. This facility served a vast territory in those pioneer days.
    • Dr. O.W. Miner joined Dr. Rewerts and together, in 1929, they built Garden City’s first 45 bed modern hospital.  This facility served as the center of hospital activity for the next 23 years.
    • In 1931 the Dominican Sisters purchased the Rewerts-Miner Clinic. They renamed it St. Catherine Hospital after Saint Catherine of Siena who ministered untiringly to the sick, especially those who had no one to care for them.
    • By the 1940’s, America and St. Catherine Hospital were beyond the dust bowl years and into a growth phase.  This growth included a major addition to the hospital in every decade to the present.
    • 1997 saw major advancements to the patients of southwest Kansas suffering from cancer through the creation of a stand-alone, full service cancer center.
    • In 2005 St. Catherine Hospital addressed the need for specialized outpatient services available in southwest Kansas and purchased Garden Medical Clinic.  The clinic was renamed Siena Medical Clinic and today houses the largest number of primary and specialty physicians in southwest Kansas.
    • Once again, in 2008 St. Catherine Hospital increased the specialty services offered with the purchase of the Women’s Clinic and the opening of the Heart Center at St. Catherine Hospital.
    • In June of 2011 St. Catherine Hospital completed the Patient Tower Project and with the completion was able to open 64 new state of the art medical and surgical patient rooms.  St. Catherine Hospital now is home to the largest, newest and most technologically advanced patient rooms in southwest Kansas.
    • In 2013, the Garden City area community assisted in diagnostic imaging upgrade for St. Catherine Hospital’s Digital Mammography program.  Digital mammography machines were installed at both the St. Catherine Hospital campus and the Women’s Clinic campus.
    • In March of 2014, the Emergency Department Fast Track opened their doors. Fast Track is Phase I of a $6 million Critical Care Campaign renovation.
    • Convenient Care, Garden Ciyt's first clinic of its kind, opened in 2016 and the Heartland Cancer Center completed its $12 Million dollar expansion.

    Today, St. Catherine Hospital is licensed for 102 beds and is a Joint Commission accredited regional community hospital and is part of Centura Health, the regions health care leader, focused on connecting Kansas and Colorado to world-class care.

    The Dominican Sisters brought St. Catherine Hospital through many difficult times. Frequently they took all available revenues and used the funds to provide newer, needed services to make the community healthier. At times, the Sisters were forced to stretch each dollar to its limit.  To these wise and compassionate Sisters, this was the spirit of St. Catherine Hospital.

    Now, as we move into the 21st Century, it is even more important for St. Catherine Hospital to reinforce the legacy that the Sisters began in 1931. Realizing the enormity of the mission, today’s health professionals have a firm belief in the continuation of this legacy.

    Going Where the Need Is - The Story of Our Dominican Heritage

    The story of Dominican Heritage of St. Cathering Hospital in Garden City, KS.

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    Going Where the Need Is - The Story of Our Dominican Heritage

    The story of Dominican Heritage of St. Cathering Hospital in Garden City, KS.

  • St. Catherine Hospital Into the Future

    Investing in the Future

    Our mission as your hometown community hospital is to provide quality health care in a Christian environment. St. Catherine Hospital is a leader in improving the health of Garden City and southwest Kansas.

    For over eighty years, the health professionals at St. Catherine Hospital have cared for their neighbors, the citizens of Garden City, Finney County and southwest Kansas. New generations of southwest Kansans have been introduced to the world and then cared for through the many stages of life. Now St. Catherine Hospital's resources have been stretched to the limit. Whether it is the generators and boilers from the 1960s and 1970s or the outdated, campus-style patient rooms, providers have cared for patients by making do with facilities and adding services. 

    In 2003 new construction was completed for Maternity, Medical Surgical,  Intensive Care services, renovation for Surgery and Laboratory & other support services to economically meet the needs of our home town hospital today and tomorrow. This solution improved efficiency in the delivery of Inpatient Services, provided more comfortable family-friendly patient rooms, and reduced energy costs by replacing equipment that was up to fifty years old.

    This construction included a Maternal Child Center in the South Patient Tower complete with rooms that encompass Labor, Delivery, Recovery, and Post-partum into one space so mothers can stay in the same room from admission to discharge.  In addition to the patient friendly design, the floor plans are much more efficient and incorporate expanded waiting areas and prenatal testing rooms.   The Maternal Child Center at St. Catherine Hospital is also home to the Stephen Meyers Newborn Intensive Care Unit.  Caring for the smallest, most vulnerable patients at St. Catherine Hospital, the NBICU is the only facility of its kind in southwest Kansas.

    Making Each Dollar Count

    The face of Garden City today bears only a small resemblance to the Garden City of two or more decades ago. During the last twenty years the community has grown and become more diverse.  This enriches our lives and presents more economic opportunities for individuals and businesses to give back to the community.

    The last two decades have presented health-care providers with many choices and decisions. As the population has increased, so too has the need for health care services.  Available funds were used to add and enhance services in the areas of oncology, imaging, behavioral health, and outpatient treatments to name a few. Those services are provided to the community regardless of ability to pay.

    Rapid growth in Garden City and Finney County during the mid 1980s forced St. Catherine Hospital to focus on expanding services rather than replacing the aging infrastructure that has already been utilized much longer than ever imagined.  St. Catherine hospital has never asked for tax support to accomplish our mission.   We simply have made do with what we had at the time.

    During the Summer of 2011, St. Catherine  Hospital completed the 2nd and 3rd floors of the South Patient Tower. 64 new medical and surgical rooms were opened in June, 2011. The Patient Tower is a $10 million investment in the future of St. Catherine Hospital.  St. Catherine Hospital houses the largest, newest and most technologically advanced patient rooms in southwest Kansas.

    Investing in Family

    For over 80 years, St. Catherine Hospital's mission has been to serve families with quality health care in a Christian environment wherein the healing of the whole person can take place. Today, through the vision of the Dominican Sisters and the leadership of the SCH Board, four generations of proud and independent Kansans have been served and are an important and healthier part of the fabric of Garden City and its surrounding area.

    As the backbone of the family, older patients are especially important to health care providers.  With age, a person often needs more intensive services such as Invasive and Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterization Services, a thriving specialty of the Heart Center at St. Catherine Hospital.  Your family will have the comfort of knowing that as older family members age they can be cared for by the best cardiac specialists in a first-rate facility right here in Garden City.   With new services like Cardiac Catheterization, St. Catherine Hospital helps create a safety net for families facing crisis.

    Investing in Community

    St. Catherine Hospital, as well as government agencies, various businesses and individual enterprises have all grown because of our working relationship within Garden City. In return, the area has also grown and become more prosperous.

    Working together, we can replace outdated facilities and create centers of excellence like The Heart Center at St. Catherine Hospital which focuses on health services previously not available in southwest Kansas. In partnership with the Kansas Heart Hospital, the Heart Center offers comprehensive cardiology evaluation and consultation and non-invasive cardiac testing. We evaluate and treat heart problems such as coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart valve problems and heart failure.

    Investing in Business

    Garden City and Finney County have experienced substantial business growth during the last twenty years. St. Catherine Hospital has helped and also benefited from this growth. As businesses prospered, we were creating a dynamic and highly skilled health care environment that served these businesses.

    St. Catherine Hospital has been able to sustain its operations and growth without support from local tax dollars. In many communities this tax support is an integral part of insuring local access to health care.

    As any business knows, the cost to provide healthcare to employees continues to rise.  These costs have begun to create serious concerns for many businesses. One factor contributing to the rising costs health care is the "Graying of America."  Nationwide, employees are aging and experiencing more severe health problems. On occasion, employees may experience problems that cannot be treated locally and those services must be sought outside of the community. This scenario is especially true for cardiac services. The initial cost to the business can be substantial in terms of lost productivity and employee turnover.

    The Future of the Critical Care Program

    The Critical Care Program at St. Catherine Hospital will give the hospital the ability to provide more needed services locally, and to provide those services in a manner that returns employees back to work sooner and healthier.

    Let us not forget the economic benefit to local businesses from undertaking the Critical Care Program. The construction and renovation costs are projected to be $6 million dollars.  Many of those dollars will be spent locally with contractors and other businesses. 

    The Critical Care Program will continue to accrue benefits for the local businesses well into the future. New health services and new health professionals add dollars to the local economy.

    St. Catherine Hospital's Critical Care Program will include a complete renovation of the Emergency Department including the newest department, Fast Track, for patients utilizing the ED for minor emergencies and urgent care.

    In addition, the Critical Care Program will continue to provide area residents with life saving Air Ambulance Services out of St. Catherine Hospital.  With an increase in the number of critically ill patients being served by St. Catherine Hospital additional rooms will be added to the Intensive Care Unit.

    An expanded Critical Care Program at St. Catherine Hospital will ensure that area residents have advanced medical care close to home when an emergency arises.

  • Southwest Kansas Pro-Am

    Southwest Kansas Pro-AmAugust 2-6, 2017
    Garden City, Kansas

     

    Welcome to the 38th anniversary of the Southwest Kansas Pro-Am

    The Southwest Kansas Pro-Am raises thousands of dollars each year for the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St. Catherine Hospital. As the longest running professional golf tournament in Kansas, the Pro-Am offers three days of great tournament play, social events and activities, and is set on some of the finest golf courses in the state.

    About the Pro-Am

    Who We Are
    The Southwest Kansas Pro-Am is the longest running professional golf tournament in the state of Kansas. The Southwest Kansas Pro-Am began in 1979 as a traveling tournament. Each year it was held in Dodge City, Liberal, or Garden City, Kansas until it was decided the two beautiful renowned golf courses in Garden City should be the permanent home of the Pro-Am.

    What We Do
    All proceeds from the Southwest Kansas Pro-Am benefit the Stephen Meyers Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St. Catherine Hospital in Garden City, KS. The NICU is designed to help infants that need a little extra attention to give them the best possible start in life. With the NICU being right here in Garden City, KS, families and loved ones do not have to travel long distances and stay for extended periods of time far away from home. The NICU at St. Catherine Hospital is a Level II, 7 bed unit with state of the art monitoring and treatment equipment and the local center for critical infant care in western Kansas. 

    The Southwest Kansas Pro-Am attracts golfers from the U.S. and abroad, with professional golf participants from over 10 countries and across the United States. 

    Each year over 240 amateur golfers participate in the tournament.

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    Professional Entry

    The Pro-Am professional entry fee is as follows:  

    • Before June 1, 2017:  $600
    • June 1, 2017 - June 30, 2017:  $700
    • July 1, 2017 - August 1, 2017:  $800
    • Entry deadline is August 1st. All cancellations must be received no later than 7:00 pm on August 1st for full refund (no exceptions).

    Register today

    Format 
    Professionals will play a 54-hole stroke play format. The final round, for professionals only, will be held Sunday with tee times beginning at 9:00 am. The professional field will be cut to the top third and ties. Professional purse will consist of 100% of professional entry fees plus $25,000. First place prize is $15,000.The purse is subject to increase based on the number of professionals entering the field.  

    The entry fee into the Pro-Am Tournament is:

    • Before June 1, 2017:  $600
    • June 1, 2017 - June 30, 2017: $700
    • July 1, 2017 - August 1, 2017: $800

    Entry deadline is August 1st. All cancellations must be received no later than 7:00 pm on August 1st for full refund (no exceptions).

    Includes:

    • Free practice rounds prior to the tournament
    • Tickets to all social events
    • Beverages on course during tournament

    Accommodations 
    Private housing is available on a limited basis. Professionals wanting to stay in private homes in Garden City will be assigned on a first come first serve basis. To make arrangements, please call Shawna Deal at 620-805-9959.

    There are also a number of hotels available in Garden City. Just a couple are listed below. Hotel reservations are the responsibility of the professional. Due to a high demand, we recommend calling early for a reservation. 

    For a full list of hotels, please visit Finney County website.

    Pro-Am Events

    The Southwest Kansas Pro-Am is filled with many events throughout the week. Events include:

    Corporate Appreciation Party & Hall of Fame Inductee Ceremony
    On Wednesday evening, all the major, corporate, and special sponsors come together for the Corporate Appreciation ‘Pick’ Party. Each sponsor has the opportunity to pick the professional golf to play on their team. The evening begins with a social hour, hor d’ovueres, and a live band. 

    During this event is also the Hall of Fame Inductee Ceremony. Each year, an individual who has had a tremendous impact on the Pro-Am is selected and inducted in the Pro-Am Hall of Fame. 

    Jr. Golf Clinic
    On Thursday evening the Jr. Golf Clinic is held for our younger golfers at Buffalo Dunes Golf Course. The clinic is instructed by the head pros at both courses along with other professional golfers competing in the Pro-Am. This is a wonderful opportunity for junior golfers interested in golf to learn more about the techniques used by the professionals. All skill levels are welcome.

    Pro-Am Main Tournament
    More than 240 amateurs and over 90 professionals compete in the Pro-Am tournament each year. Teams of 5 amateurs and 1 professional play on two alternating golf courses. Amateurs and pros play on Friday and Saturday. Amateurs finish on Saturday while the top 1/3rd of professionals come back for the final round on Sunday. The professional winner is guaranteed 100% of professional entry fees.

    Friday Night Dinner Event
    The most popular event held at the Pro-Am is the Friday Night Dinner Party. With the Pro-Am being a one of the most anticipated events of the year in Southwest Kansas, all community members are invited to attend.  After the tournament ends each day, everyone is invited to come out and enjoy dinner. Friday night events include the popular Closest to The Pin Contest and the Helicopter Ball Drop, dinner along with a live band.

    Closest to the Pin Contest
    This crowd pleasing event begins with each corporate sponsor’s professional pick hitting a ball trying to get “closest to the pin”. All other professionals may be purchased and entered into the contest. The winner who is closest to the pin along with the sponsor/purchaser will win fantastic prizes. 

    Helicopter Ball Drop
    On Saturday night, 1000 golf balls are dropped out of a helicopter over previously marked “pins” for our Helicopter Ball Drop. Previously sold golf balls are numbered and dropped onto the fairway for a chance at prizes. With several “pins” previously set, the golf ball closest to each pin wins. Anyone can participate in the fun event. 

    Schedule of Events

    Wednesday, August 2

    • Practice Rounds 
      Southwind 620-275-4080 / Buffalo Dunes 620-276-1210
    • 6:00 pm - Corporate Appreciation Party - Clarion Inn
    • Hall of Fame Ceremony

    Thursday, August 3

    • 11:30 am - Legacy Corporate Shootout Registration - The Golf Club at Southwind 
    • 10:00 am - 6:00 pm - Amateur Player Registration - The Golf Club at Southwind 
    • Practice Round
    • 6:00 pm - Freddy’s Jr. Clinic - Buffalo Dunes

    Friday, August 4

    • 1st Round of Professional Play 
    • 1st Round of Amateur Play
    • 7:30 pm - LIFETEAM Helicopter Ball Drop
    • 8:00 pm - Friday Night Dinner Party - The Golf Club at Southwind
    • Longest Drive Contest

    Saturday, August 5

    • Final Round of Amateur Play
    • 2nd Round Professional Play (cut made) 
    • Closest to Pin Contest

    Sunday, August 6

    • 9:00 am - Final Round of Professional Play – The Golf Club at Southwind
    • Awards Ceremony - immediately following conclusion of play

    Pro-Am Sponsorships

    2017 Sponsorship Opportunities

    It is our sponsors who make the Southwest Kansas Pro-Am Golf Tournament possible year after year.  Thank you for supporting the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at St. Catherine Hospital!

    Register today to be a sponsor.

    Presenting Check Sponsor $15,000

    This exclusive sponsorship of the Pro-Am includes:

    • Twelve player positions*
    • Sponsor name/logo on professional winner's check presented at awards ceremony
    • Priority recognition of Presenting Check Sponsorship on all stationary, entry forms, flyers and advertising
    • Special tournament signage place at Buffalo Dunes Golf Course & The Golf Club at Southwind
    • Two Professional 'picks'

    *Additional player positions may be purchased for $800 each. A designee from the sponsorship is asked to sit on the Pro-Am Board of Directors. A three-year commitment is required for this sponsorship.

    Major Sponsor $13,500 

    This unique sponsorship of the Pro-Am includes:

    • Ten player positions* 
    • Two Professional 'picks' at the Corporate Appreciation Party on Wednesday Night 
    • Recognition of Major Sponsorship of the tournament on all stationary, entry forms, tickets, flyers and advertising 
    • Priority designation on all tournament signage placed at Buffalo Dunes Golf Course & The Golf Club at Southwind
    • A designee from the sponsorship is also asked to sit on the Pro-Am Committee.  
    • A three-year commitment is required for this sponsorship

    *Additional player positions may be purchased for $800 each

    Corporate Sponsor $1,900 

    The most popular sponsorship of the Pro-Am includes:

    • Two player positions*  
    • Tournament signage placed at Buffalo Dunes the week of the Pro-Am
    • One Professional 'pick'
      Each player receives - Pro-Am Polo and Hat, green fees at Buffalo Dunes & The Golf Club at Southwind for Wednesday or Thursday practice rounds, range balls, and two beverages on the course Friday and Saturday

    *Additional players may be purchased at $800 per player.  Once you exceed 5 players, another corporate sponsorship must be purchased to accommodate additional players.

    Hole Sponsor $1,000 

    This sponsorship includes:

    • One player position*  
    • Tournament signage placed at Buffalo Dunes the week of the Pro-Am
      Each player receives - Pro-Am Polo and Hat, green fees at Buffalo Dunes & The Golf Club at Southwind for Wednesday or Thursday practice rounds, range balls, and two beverages on the course Friday and Saturday

    *One additional player may be purchased at $800 per player.  Once you exceed 2 players, you must upgrade to the corporate level to accommodate additional players.

    Helicopter Ball Drop $5,500

    One of the most exciting events to watch is the Helicopter Ball Drop. On Friday evening, 1,000 pre-numbered golf balls will be dropped out of a helicopter where pre-set flags will be placed. The balls closest to these flags will win prizes.

    Sponsorship includes:

    • Four player position*
    • Two Professional 'picks' at the Corporate Appreciation Party. 
    • Name and Logo on all advertising for the Ball Drop
    • Special signage placed at the location during the Pro-Am event.

     *Additional players may be purchased at $800 per player.  Once you exceed 2 players, you must upgrade to the corporate level to accommodate additional players.

    Golf Towel Sponsorship

    • $5,000 - 4 Player positions | Max. 2 Sponsors
    • $2,500 - 2 Player positions | Max. 10 Sponsors

    This unique opportunity allows you to put your logo on the 2017 Southwest Kansas Pro-Am golf towel given to each player during the tournament. This microfiber towel is the best way to market your business during and after the event.

    Sponsor's logo will be included on the golf towel along with inclusion on all advertising and signage for the Pro-Am.

    Cart Sign Sponsorship $3,000

    All amateur golfers are provided a cart during the tournament. Cart signs will be printed with sponsors company name and logo for every Pro-Am participant to see.

    This sponsorship includes:

    • Two player position in the tournament 
    • Sponsor's logo will be displayed on all cart signs at the Golf Club at Southwind and Buffalo Dunes along with inclusion on all signage at the Pro-Am event

    Practice Range Sponsorship $2,000 

    With practice rounds available before the tournament this is an excellent opportunity to display your logo at one of the busiest locations, the driving range. Both pros and amateurs will be exposed to your name and logo throughout the tournament.

    This sponsorship includes:

    • Two player position in the tournament 
    • Sponsor's logo will be displayed at the practice range
    • Inclusion on all signage at the Pro-Am

    Scorecard and Tee Sheet Sponsorship $1,600 

    Everyone needs a scorecard. You will want your logo and name displayed where all players, visitors and fans gather to relax, refresh and watch the scores posted.

    This sponsorship includes:

    • One player position in the tournament 
    • Sponsor's logo and name displayed on the tournament scorecards and tee sheets
    • Inclusion on all signage at the Pro-Am

    Hole-in-One Sponsorship $7,000 

    One day hole-in-one event at both courses include:

    • Four player positions in the tournament 
    • Sponsor's logo will be displayed on all signage for the Hole-in-One event 
    • Inclusion on all signage at the Pro-Am

    Closest to the Pin Sponsorship $2,750

    This crowd pleasing event is held Friday evening. Sponsor's 'picked' professional will have a chance to hit Closest to the Pin.

    Sponsorship includes:

    • Two player positions
    • One Professional 'pick' at the Corporate Appreciation Party
    • Name and logo on all advertising for the Closest to the Pin Contest along with inclusion on all advetising for the Pro-Am

    Junior Clinic Sponsorship $1,750

    A favorite Pro-Am event for area youth, the Junior Clinic is instructed by a returning professional golfer. Pro-Am professionals teach kids the basics of the game of golf.

    Sponsorship includes:

    • One player position
    • Sponsor name and logo on all Junior Clinic advertising
    • Sponsors name and logo on all signage and advertising for the Pro-Am

    Corporate Shootout $7,500

    On Thursday, August 3, 2017 teams of three amateurs will tee-off with one professional competing in the Southwest Kansas Pro-Am. Lunch and awards ceremony will follow.

    Sponsorship includes:

    • Four player positions
    • Shootout naming opportunity
    • Two teams in the Corporate Shootout
    • One Professional 'pick' at the Corporate Appreciation Party
    • Sponsor's name and logo included on all signage for the Shootout event, Shootout Cart Signs
    • Inclusion on all advertising and signage for the Pro-Am

    Corporate Shootout Hole Sponsor $175

    Sponsorship includes:

    • Sponsor name and logo listed on Shootout Signage 

    Social Sponsorships

    Our newest sponsorship opportunity is the perfect sponsorship for a supporter of the Southwest Kansas Pro-Am and a great way for anyone to support and enjoy the Pro-Am social events. 

    Cocktail Sponsor $2,500

    • One player position
    • 8 tickets to each event - Wednesday and Friday Night Dinner  
    • Priority designation on all Pro-Am social event advertising
    • 4 Pro-Am Polo's, 4 Pro-Am Hats

    Social Sponsor $400

    • 4 tickets to each event -  Wednesday and Friday Night Dinner 
    • Priority designation on all Pro-Am social event advertising

    Friday Night Dinner Party

    All professional and amateur golfers, volunteers and the general public are invited to the Friday Night Dinner Party. Excellent food and drink along with a live band and the entertaining Helicopter Ball Drop and Closest to the Pin attract a large crowd to this event.

    VIP Dinner Package $5,000

    Sponsorship Includes:

    • 3 Players
    • 12 Deluxe Dinner Packages
    • 12 dinner tickets, 36 drink tickets, 6 Pro-Am Polo’s, 6 Pro-Am Hats
      • Priority designation on all advertising and signage at the Friday Night Dinner Party
      • Sponsor’s logo will be printed on all Friday Night Dinner Party tickets
      • Included on all advertising and signage for the Pro-Am

    * Additional dinner tickets may be purchased for $40 per person.

    Bogey Dinner Package $1,000

    • 4 Wednesday Night Tickets, Hall of Fame Ceremony
    • 4 Deluxe Dinner Packages
      • 4 dinner tickets, 2 Pro-Am Polo’s, 2 Pro-Am Hats
      • Included on all Dinner Party advertising

    * Additional dinner tickets may be purchased for $40 per person

    Birdie Dinner Package $2,000

    • 1 Player
    • 4 Deluxe Dinner Packages
      • 4 dinner tickets, 8 drink tickets, 2 Pro-Am Polo’s, 2 Pro-Am Hats
      • Included on all Dinner Party advertising 

    * Additional dinner tickets may be purchased for $40 per person

    Contact Us

    Southwest Kansas Pro-Am Committee

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    Questions and inquiries should be directed to:    
        
    Paige Kraus   
    Phone: 620-272-2376
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