Tournament FAQ

What is the Digital Ally Open?

The Digital Ally Open is a professional golf tournament that is part of the PGA TOUR’s Tour. It was added to the Tour in December 2011. 2017 will mark the 7th year the KC Crusaders will run the tournament and will feature a field of 156 players.

What are the dates of the tournament?

24-30 July 2017.

Has the tournament always been the Digital Ally Open?

Initially, the tournament was called the Midwest Classic. It became the Digital Ally Open in 2015 when Digital Ally, Inc. came on as the Title Sponsor.

What is the Tour and how is it related to the PGA TOUR?

The Tour is the official proving ground for future PGA TOUR champions. Some of the world’s best players, including Jim Furyk, Ernie Els, Jason Day, Tom Lehman, Bubba Watson, and Zach Johnson sharpened their skills on the Tour before winning major championships on the PGA TOUR.

What is the prize money for the Digital Ally Open?

The overall purse is $650,000.

What golf course is hosting the tournament in 2017 and how do I contact the tournament office?

The tournament is played at the Nicklaus Golf Club at LionsGate in Overland Park, Kansas City. Please visit the Contact Us page for tournament office information.

How do I get tickets for the event and how much do they cost?

You can buy tickets through the Tickets FORE Charity program. The rest is easy. Weekly Grounds Passes ($25) are good for the entire week of the tournament. Daily Grounds Passes ($10) are good for one day of the tournament. Free admission for kids 14 years old and under.