Beginning Tuesday, June 30th, at 5:00pm golfers at Sunflower Hills will be required to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth when in the Clubhouse. Masks are not required when eating or drinking, but you should remain socially distanced. Masks are not required playing your round on the course.
The primary purpose of a mask is to protect others. If we all wear masks, we are all helping protect one another, and especially people most vulnerable to serious illness.
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Check Sunflower’s website, Facebook, Twitter & Instagram pages for updates and information about the courses status in the coming weeks. We appreciate your understanding and willingness to cooperate.
Sunflower Hills is one of the most challenging and affordable courses in the Kansas City area. Opened in May of 1977, Sunflower Hills is an 18 hole championship golf course designed by renowned architect Roger Packard. Golfers of all skill levels will enjoy our challenging course. Measuring over 7,000 yards from the Championship tees, Sunflower Hills has five sets of tees, large rolling greens, zoysia fairways, numerous bunkers and water hazards.
Whether you play or practice Sunflower Hills has what the golfer needs. Our driving range has thirty stations to hit from with accurate targets and measurements. We also have one of the largest putting greens in the entire Midwest, providing the ability for the golfer to practice putts for all degrees of difficulty. There are also chipping and pitching greens and a practice bunker, allowing the golfer to hone their short game skills. Sunflower Hills has three teaching professionals on staff to help those in need of assistance to enhance their game.
The course is open year round, and is located adjacent to the Kansas Speedway, Village West and is just minutes from downtown Kansas City, MO.
Sign up for this individual stroke play event. This event will have low gross and low net divisions. If the course is open this event will be played regardless of the weather! Entry fee is $20.00 plus green & cart fees. Entry deadline Wednesday March 10th. (valid USGA handicap required).
Winter Rates End Today.
Sign up for this two-person total score event. Your score less handicap, plus the Saturday score of a professional competing in the Masters (you will draw your partner’s name out of a hat) Entry fee $25.00 (plus green & cart fees) and includes prizes and steak dinner with beverages following your round. Entry Deadline Wednesday April 7th. Players competing both Saturday and Sunday events will be eligible for a special two-day contest (valid USGA handicap required).