The 2019 Annual Tiger Club Golf Classic is set for the 2nd Monday in May, which would be the 13th. PLEASE NOTE THE DATE CHANGE THIS YEAR. Moving the tournament to May allows coaches more opportunity to attend and will accommodate recruiting schedules.
Plan now to attend this great annual event at Creekmoor Golf Club in Raymore, MO. Dig in at the generous lunch buffet, then head to the links for a round of 18 holes followed by happy hour, Butthead BBQ dinner and silent auction offering many autographed items and other special Mizzou memorabilia.
Coming to Kansas City
The Mizzou Coaches Caravan is coming to Chicken N Pickle! Day’s events include a pickleball tournament, cocktail party, VIP Dinner with coaches and updates from the coaches.
The Pickleball Tournament will begin at 2 pm, round robin style. It is $25 a person to enter the Pickleball tournament.
A VIP Dinner with the Coaches begins at 5:30pm. Dinner will be held on the rooftop and is $50 a person, tickets must be purchased to attend and coaches speech tickets are included with the dinner.
There will be a cocktail hour from 5:30-6:30pm which is open to all. Coaches speeches will follow.
Admission for the cocktail party and the speeches is free and open to all. However, to get an idea of expected attendance you are asked but not required to sign up for a free ticket.
For more information and to get your tickets, click here.
Tiger Club of Kansas City is proud to support the University of Missouri Athletic Department and Tiger fans in the Kansas City metro area.
In addition to hosting regular weekly lunches during football and basketball season, the Tiger Club hosts special events throughout the year to bring MIZZOU fans in the Kansas City metro together to celebrate being a Tiger. Our annual events include our annual Golf Tournament featuring celebrities from the MU Athletic Department and former players. Past guests include Head Coaches Barry Odom and Cuonzo Martin along with members of their staffs. In August, we host the SEC Block Party. MIZZOU alumni along with alumni groups from other SEC Schools are part of the event hosted at Chicken N Pickle in North Kansas City. We also host Power Hour Happy Hour events. A celebrity guest entertains and offers insight into MIZZOU sports. Several Power Hour events are scheduled during the year. The Tiger Club has also hosted trips to away regular season football games.
The Tiger Club is a totally volunteer organization.
2018 Luncheon Speaker Schedule
August 28 - Jim Sterk, Mizzou Athletic Director
September 4 - Brian Neuner, KOMU and Fox Sports Alum, recent contributor to powermizzou.com
September 11 - Howard Richards, Asst. AD, Community Relations and Football Analyst for Tiger Sports Network
September 18 - Dennis Dodd, National college football writer for CBSSports.com
September 25 - Alex Schiffer, Mizzou beat writer for the Kansas City Star
October 2 - Gary Barnett, former MIZZOU athlete and current color analyst for the Colorado Buffaloes
October 9 - Cuonzo Martin, Mizzou Men's Head Basketball Coach
October 16 - Mike DeCourcy, College hoops writer for Sporting News
October 23 - Robin Pingeton, Women's Basketball Head Coach
October 30 - Mizzou football through the Decades, panel of Mizzou players from 1969 to 2009
November 6 - Blair Kerkhoff, KC Star sports columnist
November 13 - Larissa Anderson, Mizzou Softball Head Coach
November 20 - Todd Leabo, Sports Radio 810 WHB
November 27 - Terez Paylor, Senior NFL writer for @YahooSports
December 4 - Steve Bieser, Mizzou Baseball Head Coach
December 11 - Brian Smith, Mizzou Wrestling Head Coach
December 18 - Jeremy Crabtree, College football recruiting specialist
2019 Luncheon Speaker Schedule
January 8 - Al Wallace, former Fox4 Sports Anchor
January 15 - Joel Goldberg, host of the Royals Live pregame and postgame shows on FOX Sports Kansas City
January 22 - Jeff Passan, MLB columnist ESPN
January 29 - Gabe DeArmond, PowerMizzou.com Publisher
February 5 - Vahe Gregorian, KC Star sports columnist
February 12 - Barry Odom, Mizzou football Head Coach
February 19 - Basketball through the Decades - A panel with Bill Flamank, Mike Sandbothe, Kareem Rush and Jarrett Sutton
February 26 - Ben Arnet, Asst. Director of Strategic Communications- Mizzou Network
March 5 - John Doolittle, KMBZ Mizzou post-game radio host
March 12 - Sam Mellinger and Blair Kerkhoff, KC Star sports columnists
March 19 - Jarrett Sutton, SECNetwork Analyst and Carrington Harrison, co-Host "The Drive" 610 Sports Radio
March 26 - Dave Matter, St. Louis Post Dispatch Mizzou beat writer
April 2 - Frank Boal, Sports Anchor emeritus
May 13 - 2019 Tiger Club Annual Golf Tournament, Creekmoor Golf Club, Raymore, MO
May 23 - MU Caravan, Chicken N Pickle, North Kansas City